When the Late YAB Tun Hussein Onn was the Chairman of Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) (1975 - 1990), he realized the necessity to have a dedicated Eye Hospital which will provide state-of-the-art Eye care to the Malaysians to prevent unnecessary blinding disorders. As funds were limited in MAB, he worked relentlessly in procuring funds through public donations. Through his leadership and untiring work MAB managed to raise the funds and the building started to take shape. A 5-storey building was put up in Lorong Utara B in the land belonging to MAB. Many equipments were donated by well-wishers such as JICA. On 22nd March, 1986, a soft launch of the hospital services was officiated by the late YAB Tun Hussein Onn. It was a unique ceremony where all religious Heads blessed the Hospital and the eye hospital in the country was ready to receive its first patient.
<p>A 240 bedded private medical centre situated in the heart of Georgetown, Penang. Island Hospital’s modern design is a landmark in hospital architecture, with its emphasis on uncluttered open spaces and friendly integrated units whose concept is in itself therapeutic for patients. It offers a wide range of medical, surgical and emergency services 24 hours a day. We are committed to providing an optimal healthcare service through our dedicated professional workforce, and state-of-the-art medical facilities.</p>
Twenty-five years ago, a group of prominent businessmen in the State of Penang conceived the idea of establishing the island's first private hospital.
The businessmen - Tan Sri Dato' Loh Boon Siew, Dato' Tan Kim Yeow, Choong Eng Kim, Dato' Yeap Hock Hoe, Tuan Hajee Mayen Abubacker and Dr R.N. Pannikar had at some time or other, been under the care of several senior consultants at the Penang General Hospital.
Loh Guan Lye Specialist Centre established in 1975, is a 250-bedded private hospital.
It is located in the heart of Georgetown,Penang, about 30 minutes from the Penang International Airport and 20 minutes from the pristine beaches of Batu Ferringhi.
<p>Penang Adventist Hospital is a Malaysian owned and controlled company. It is part of an international network of some 400 not-for-profit hospitals, clinics and dispensaries worldwide operating under the Adventist Health Network. The hospital was established in 1924 by Dr J. Earl Gardner. From its humble beginnings, it continuously operates and has grown to become a tertiary healthcare institution providing global healthcare for the Malaysian and International community. The hospital is supported by a dedicated medical team, nursing and healthcare professionals and employing up-to-date medical equipment to provide quality healthcare and treatment outcomes.</p>
<p>Adventist Hospital Penang has been awarded with JCI accreditation for an initial 3 years (2008-2010) by meeting international safety & quality healthcare standards. </p>
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<div style="color: rgb(110, 107, 107); font-family: Verdana, 'Myriad Pro', Myriad, Arial; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16px; text-align: justify;">Drawing on Penang’s established reputation as a hub for medical tourism, Pantai Hospital Penang offers a
The Group's flagship hospital, Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, has a proud history of serving the Malaysian public for over 30 years. Established in 1974, Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur initially had 68 beds and 20 medical specialists.
Today, the hospital has 332 beds and has a medical staff of more than 140 specialists. It is strategically located close to the city centre and within the cosy residential neighbourhood of Bangsar.
Pantai Hospital Cheras is a 200-bedded private hospital and is strategically located in Taman Cheras Makmur, Cheras. It is well connected to other developing residential and commercial townships north and south of the Klang Valley by the Middle Ring Road (MRR) and the Cheras Highway.
Pantai Hospital Cheras was commissioned in June 1994 and provides various in and outpatient services. With over 41 Consultants and 4 full time Medical Officers, the Hospital provides accessible and affordable quality medical care for the people. Our Specialist Doctors' services range from General Medicine to Urology. Our focus will continue to be geared towards providing quality customer services and our aim is to achieve 100 % customer satisfaction.
Pantai Hospital Klang, has been well known for the past 27 years as a quality and affordable healthcare services provider to the Klang community. The centre was first established in January 1, 1981 by 9 specialist consultants. In 1996 Pantai Group acquired the hospital (formerly known as Klang Specialist Medical Centre) and now it has more than 20 specialist consultants in various discipline as well as a group of well trained and qualified nurses, paramedics and management staff.
Pantai Hospital Ipoh, first opened its doors in April 1996. Starting with only 76 beds in April 1996, Pantai Hospital Ipoh now has 180 beds with plans for expansion. Part of the Pantai Hospital Group, Pantai Hospital Ipoh is a general acute care private hospital strategically located and easily accessible within 10 minutes drive from the North-South Plus Highway interchange and the Ipoh City centre. The Hospital also serves the local communities of surrounding established residential areas such as Ipoh Garden, Canning Garden, Gunung Rapat, Tambun and the up-coming Ipoh Sunway City, including the townships in Perak.
Pantai Hospital Ampang (PHA) is the 7th hospital in the Pantai Group of Hospitals. Located in the heart of Pandan Indah township just 10 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur, the hospital is easily accessible through major highways and public transportation. This 180-bedded hospital was opened in January 2003 with a comprehensive range of facilities and services to cater for today’s patients.
Established in 1986, Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh has provided unwavering healthcare commitment to the Melaka comminuty for over two decades. Since moving to its present premises in Ayer Keroh in August 1995, the hospital has grown in many facets.
Today, Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh, or PHAK, located 5 km from the Ayer Keroh toll interchange is on a firm footing with 250 beds under its wing. Supported by a team of more than 60 specialists, the hospital presented its new wing, a project completed in late 2001.
Pantai Hospital Batu Pahat is the 8th division under Pantai Holdings Berhad. It is also the 1st branch in the state of Johor, the 5th largest state in Malaysia.
Established in September 2005, the 130-bedded hospital is envisaged as a feeder for complex tertiary medical cases to Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh.
Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital was set up in 1976 by the Sisters of Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM). It is located in a serene setting, inviting patients and all those who come here to experience peace and serenity of mind and body. Mount Miriam is a 40 bedded hospital for the treatment and continuing care of patients with cancer.
As a not-for profit organization, our mission is to offer respectful, compassionate and integrated healthcare which will include the use of modern technology, in such a way that all who come to us will experience themselves as being infinitely valued by a compassionate God.
We are a modern and fully equipped medical centre in Penang, Malaysia providing a full range of medical and hospital services. Our dedicated medical team is well trained and ever ready to serve – to ensure a pleasant experience, comfortable stay and speedy recovery for our patients. Our motto conveys our principal objective: to ensure that our patients are cared for with the highest standard at affordable rates.
Kedah Medical Centre (KMC) is a premier one-stop private specialist hospital offering a comprehensive healthcare services including the first Heart Centre in Kedah and Perlis. The hospital started its operation in 1987 and more facilities are now provided since the opening of its 10 storey building extension in March 2004. It is well equipped with comprehensive state-of-the-art facilities to facilitate its multi-disciplinary medical specialties.
UM Specialist Centre (UMSC) was officially opened in June 2000. Apart from providing a wide range of modern facilities using the expertise of many specialists, UMSC is staffed with many warm and friendly personnel who are committed to provide personalised attention to patients. This establishment gives the specialist a chance to participate in the private medical care business. The aim of this establishment is to provide high quality patient care service to customers who desire to have a choice in their doctor and in the type of hospital accommodation and facilities.
IJN was part of the Kuala Lumpur General Hospital until 1st August 1992 when we were corporatised and established as a separate and specialist entity committed to delivering the most advanced standards in cardiovascular and thoracic medicine for adult and paediatric heart patients. We have earned our reputation as a centre of excellence for cardiac care from having treated well over a million patients; helping save many lives in the process.
IJN has since gained wider recognition as the leading Cardiovascular and Thoracic Health Centre in the region as the rising number of referrals for complicated and demanding cases and visits from foreign cardiologists so eloquently testifies. Our expansion has been so remarkable; we achieved our goal of being financially self-sustaining within a year of operations.
The Kuala Lumpur Hospital or commonly known as HKL (Hospital Kuala Lumpur) has 49 different departments and units. These include the administration & finance department, the pharmaceutical department, training and research, 27 clinical departments and 12 clinical support services.
Hospital Kuala Lumpur is now the largest hospital under the Ministry of health of Malaysia and is considered to be one of the biggest in Asia. It is a government tertiary referral hospital, located on 150 acres of prime land with 83 wards and 2302 beds.