This page lists the major Public (Government hospitals and Teaching hospitals), particularly those with websites that you can visit for more detailed information. Note that the list is split into multiple pages.
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Bed no. 314
Bed no. 404
Hospital Tuanku Fauziah, previously known as Hospital Kangar, is a General hospital located in Kangar, Perlis, Malaysia.
Services available at Hospital Tuanku Fauziah include:
• Dietetic and Meals Department
• Department of Pharmacy
• Medical Social Work Unit
• Pathology Unit
• Occupational Rehabilitation Unit
• Health Education Unit
• Imaging and Diagnostic Unit
• Medical Records Unit
• Physiotherapy Unit
• Optometry Unit
• Administration Unit
• Information Technology Unit
• Quality Unit
• Security Unit
• Revenue Unit
Directorate of Surgery
• Department of Orthopedic
• Department of Anaestiology
• Emergency Department and Trauma
• Department of Medicine
• Haemodialysis department
Directorate of Women and Children
• Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Department of Pediatrics
Bed no. 850
Bed no. 119
Hospital tanpa pakar
UKM Medical Centre (Malay: Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) (formerly known as Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) is one of the four university hospitals in Malaysia. It is located in Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur and is administered by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
The hospital has a special ward for cancer treatment sponsored by MAKNA and Maybank.
The 1,040-bed capacity teaching hospital was completed in 1997
Bed no. 765
Sarawak General Hospital (Malay:Hospital Umum Sarawak) is the largest hospital in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is the main tertiary and referral hospital in East Malaysia. In its earlier years it was known as Kuching General Hospital.
Bed no. 504
Bed no. 89
Bed no. 224
A historical site when Leprosy was much more common in the old days.
Background information can be obtained from the National Heritage website
Bed no. 980
UNIVERSITI MALAYA (the University of Malaya), is situated amidst a lush campus in the south-west corner of Kuala Lumpur, the dynamic and bustling capital city of Malaysia.
The University of Malaya was initially set up in Singapore in 1949 as an amalgamation of the two premier institutions of higher education in colonial Malaya and Singapore, Raffles College and King Edward VII College of Medicine to serve the needs of the colony. Following independence of Malaya in 1957, two autonomous divisions of the university, one in Singapore and one in Kuala Lumpur, were established in 1959. The government of Malaya expressed a desire to change the status of the Kuala Lumpur division to a national University and following appropriate legislation, the University of Malaya was established in 1962. The Singapore Division was renamed the University of Singapore.
In 1961, the Board of Education, University Malaya had proposed that a medical institution be established to cater to the shortages of medical doctors in Malaya at that time.The first Faculty of Medicine in Malaysia was established in the University of Malaya in 1963. Instruction started in 1964 with the first batch of students.
On 5th August 1968, the spanking new University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) was officially opened by His Majesty the Yang Dipertuan Agung, Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Dipertuan Agung Tuanku Ismail Nasarudin Shah Ibni Alharmahum Sultan Zainal Abidin.
The University motto, “Ilmu Punca Kemajuan” (Knowledge is the Key to Success) and the UMMC and Faculty of Medicine continues to strive to the best of ability to live up to this ideal. University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) is one of the organisations in the Ministry of Higher Education. Main objectives of UMMC are health services, learning and research.
UMMC strive to provide the best services and treatment. Efforts that are ongoing are to provide medical services, learning and research with the best efficiency to our customer.
The Hospital itself is commonly referred to as the University Hospital.
Clinical services include:
Anaesthesia and Critical Care Services
BioMedical Imaging Services
Obstetric and Ginecology
Oncology and Radiotheraphy
Primary Care Medicine
Psychiatry Adolescent & Child Unit
Note that the The UM Specialist Centre is the Private wing of the UMMC.
External listing: MOH list of Public hospitals