Mr. Rex Hancock has over 20 years’ experience in the healthcare industry in Asia, mainly in Hong Kong, China and Thailand. In 2002 he established and operated the International Patient Center at Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok Thailand, a 500 bed busy medical tourism hospital. Currently Bumrungrad annually receives over 120,000 medical tourists from the Middle East (3,500 admissions), over 57,000 medical tourists from Myanmar (2,100 admissions), and averages 1.5 evacuations per day. Mr. Hancock also spent 7 years at Bangkok Hospital, another busy medical tourism hospital which recently had over 100,000 medical tourists. From 2003 to 2008 Mr. Hancock served as Group COO for the United Family Hospital group in China, a NASDAQ listed company. In 2012 the group asked him back to head their new hospital in Qingdao China, as General Manager. Mr. Hancock is a graduate of Columbia Southern University with an MBA in Healthcare Management, and he has a BA degree in Chinese studies and Graduate Diploma in Management from Massey University, New Zealand. He is currently studying for a Doctorate in Business Administration with dissertation planning on measuring hospital efficiency.