About MHL Health
Today it is part of PPM Consult Ltd. (PPM), a privately owned UK company offering business promotion consultancy across a broad range of business sectors, of which healthcare remains the largest.
MHL Health was founded in 2006 by Phillip Stacey, Managing Director and a business partner to introduce new specialist medical treatments to doctors and patients and to promote the latest non-invasive medical technologies.
The MHL Health ethos
MHL Health provides pratical and reliable information on medical products or services and we help patients to apply to major treatment centres in Europe and the USA.
We also welcome enquiries from doctors, as this can facilitate a quick and positive response from the experts there.
MHLHealth.com features advanced medical products for diagnosis, management and treatment of acute or chronic diseases.
New medical technologies can now require the construction of dedicated centres which may cost USD 300M or more to build. Also top-level specialists need to work with a large number of patients in order to recognise and treat the rarer or more complex diseases.
Many countries may never have their own facilities at this level, so patients who want the best treatments should be prepared to travel.
Findbesttreatment.com features specialist medical treatments and the university hospitals or private treatment centres which offer them, in Europe (especially Germany, Austria and Switzerland) and in the USA.
Technical support and commissioning services are also feature, including CyberKnife radiosurgery and single room proton therapy centres.
MHLDialysis.com assists business and holiday travellers to find dialysis centres in more than 100 countries worldwide.
These include university hospitals and specialialist centres which would not otherwise be available to patients directly.
MHL Health web sites include:
MHL Health provides enquiry services for advanced medical treatments, world-leading treatment centres and non-invasive medical technologies.
This includes devices for medical research and development and laboratory analysis.
The original focus was upon non-invasive medicine, which is still favoured, but advanced devices of all kinds may be featured.