ASPOA Member Associations

Malaysian Ostomy Association (MOsA)
Mr. Sritharan
President

Nor Azizah Ismail
Honorary Secretary
Ketua Jururawat U32
Perkembangan Kejururawatan
Jabatan Kejururawatan
Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya
03-79492401/0196692747
Norazizahi@ummc.edu.my

Thailand Ostomy Foundation
Mr Akariya Sillapabunleang
c/o National Cancer Institute, 268.1 Rama VI Road,
Thoong Phayathai Rajthevi,
BANGKOK 10400
Tel: 0066-2-354 7064
ostomythai@hotmail.com

Taiwan Ostomy Association
Ms Paula Yu Po-Jui
No.1, Jen-Ai Road, Section 1, Taipeh, Taiwan
pojuiyu@ntu.edu.tw

Ostomy Association of Vietnam
Dr. NGUYEN HUU THINH, MD., PhD
Manager of Training & Scientific Research Department
Address: University Medical Center
215 Hong Bang Street, Ward 11, District 5
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Postal code: 700000
Email: thinh.nh@umc.edu.vn
Mobile number: +84 918 089 282


Hong Kong Stoma Association
HONG KONG, CHINA
Ms. Jacky Lam - Executive Secretary
14-15 Ground Fl., Lung Fook House
Lower Wong Tai Sin Estate
Kowloon Hong Kong, China
Tel: 852 2834 6096
Fax: 852 2838 3873
hksa@stoma.org.hk

Indonesian Ostomy Association
Ms Kemala Yasin
c/o Indonesia Cancer Foundation
jL Dr Sam Ratulangi 35
Jakarta 10350, Indonesia
kemalayasin@yahoo.com

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