Hospital treats frontliners, gives essentials to charity homes

(From left) Loh with Penang Hospital’s Dr Chow Ting Soo and Dr Wong Peng Shyan, Gleneagles’ senior dietitian Lim Wern Ying and public relations and marketing senior manager Foo Ai Leen at the handover of packaged meals and yee sang to frontliners.

CHINESE New Year is a time to give and receive blessings, to share in happiness, and to prevail in kindness.

Honouring this festive season, Gleneagles Hospital Penang distributed nasi lemak and sets of yee sang to frontliners stationed at Penang Hospital.

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