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China Health Management Corp. [CNHC]United States

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Shell Companies. Location United States, Dallas.
At close Mon Sep 19 2022
0.012 USD 👎0.007 (-58.33%)

At close Mon Sep 19 2022

Marketcap
1,079,240 USD

Marketcap

PE:.
BETA (5y):2.224
EPS:-0.001
Profits

for 5 years

2,300%

for 3 years

471%

for 2 years

97%

for 1 year

-25%

for this year

-50%
China Health Management Corp. operates as a healthcare and management company in China. It focuses on the operation and management of hospitals. The company provides healthcare services in the areas of gynaecology and obstetrics, paediatrics, stomatology, dermatology, medical cosmetology, pathology, ophthalmology and otolaryngology, anesthesia, and haemodialysis. Its services also include surgery, emergency medicine, intensive care, preventive medicine, pharmacy, psychological consultation therapy, medical consultation, combined Chinese and Western medicine, medical examination, medical imaging, medical functions examination, commissioning hospital management, hospital management consultation, etc. The company was formerly known as Max Internet Communications, Inc. and changed its name to China Health Management Corp. in March 2006. China Health Management Corp. was incorporated in 1996 and is based in Dallas, Texas.

Healthcare management company focused on Operations and Management of hospitals in China.

China Health Management Corp.
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