New rehab centre launched


Mohammed Azman (left) and Prof Mohd Shukri at the launch of Shah Alam Perkeso Rehabilitation Centre at MSU Medical Centre.

A REHABILITATION centre was launched at Management and Science University Medical Centre (MSUMC) in Shah Alam, Selangor.

The Shah Alam Perkeso Rehabilitation Centre (PRC) was launched by Social Security Organisation (Perkeso) group chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed and Management and Science University (MSU) Group of Colleges (MSUC) president Prof Tan Sri Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid.

According to the university, the rehabilitation centre, located on the 10th floor of MSU Medical Centre (MSUMC), provides rehabilitation treatment using the latest robotic equipment, ensuring early intervention as well as intensive rehabilitation for various patient conditions.

Since its inception last July, the centre had provided rehabilitation to 151 Perkeso-insured persons.

Mohammed Azman also announced plans to expand the centre’s services by establishing a neuro-modulation programme.

The initiative aimed to further improve the quality and effectiveness of rehabilitation treatment, particularly for those with neurological disorders.

Prof Mohd Shukri said the collaboration between both organisations would further strengthen the role of the medical centre in providing health services and support to those in need, especially Perkeso members.

The event also saw a memorandum of agreement signed between MSUMC and PRC, which were respectively represented by MSUMC chief executive officer Zahri Abd Ghani and PRC executive director Datuk Dr Hafez Hussain.

The collaboration enabled both institutions to provide effective, advanced and high-quality neuro-robotic treatment and rehabilitation services in the Klang Valley for those insured by Perkeso and those in need.

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