China Health Management Corp.

China Health Management Corp.

March 26, 2008 09:15 ET

China Health Management Corp.: Australian Consulate General of Guangzhou, China Appoints Richland International Hospital as Medical Provider for National Soccer Team

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - March 26, 2008) - China Health Management Corp. (Nevada Company) (PINK SHEETS:CNHC) is pleased to announce that its Richland International Hospital (RIH) has been appointed as the Medical Provider by the Australian Consulate General of Guangzhou, China for a soccer match between China and Australia's national soccer team which is being held in Kunming City, China on March 26, 2008.

On February 20, 2008, Officers from the Australian Consulate-General of Guangzhou, China visited RIH to determine whether the facilities at the hospital were qualified to serve as the medical provider for the soccer game. RIH is responsible for the care of Australia's National Soccer Team and the many fans that are expected to arrive from Australia to Kunming City, China for the match.

Officers from the Australian Consulate met with the medical staff at RIH and reviewed medical equipment and the hospital procedures which follow the standards of the Joint Commission International (JCI). Officers from the Australian Consulate left the facility fully confident in RIH and its ability to provide medical treatment to its soccer players and fans. Officers also commented that Richland International Hospital is one the best private hospital facilities in China.

The Australian Consulate General therefore has appointed the Richland International Hospital as the medical provider for the soccer match. Furthermore, the Australian Consulate General will officially make an announcement recommending to all Australians who are presently working or traveling in the Yunnan Province of China to seek medical services at Richland International Hospital.

Kunming's Tuodong Stadium has been selected as the site of the March 26, 2008 World Cup qualifying match between China and Australia's national soccer teams as they fight to advance through what has been dubbed the "group of death" - a qualifying group that also includes powerhouses Iraq and Qatar. Only the group winner and runner-up will advance to the World Cup. China's pressure to qualify for the World Cup is immense as it has only managed to qualify for the global soccer tournament once in 2002 by beating Oman in the freezing wintery weather of Shenyang, China.

About China Health Management Corp.

China Health Management Corp. is a healthcare management company focused on Operations and Management of hospitals in China. The company's first target is to become the leader in the high-end healthcare and medical services industry in Kunming city, Yunnan Province, China.

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