Docs shy away from service at govt hospitals

  • Nation Premium
  • Friday, 13 Jun 2008

IPOH: The Health Ministry has received dismal response from private doctors after its call for them to volunteer their services at government medical facilities, said minister Datuk Liow Tiong Lai.

Disappointed, Liow said only one doctor from the private sector had come forward since he made the call a month ago, making it just eight since the move was introduced half a year ago.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Nation

PBM will support GPS during Sarawak polls, says Larry Sng Premium
Covid-19 infection in schools under control, says Radzi Premium
Body of drowned three-year-old recovered from Johor river Premium
Sabah govt backs amendment to Federal Constitution for MA63 compliance Premium
China to contribute another two million Covid-19 vaccine doses to Malaysia Premium
Dr Wee has fruitful meet with Sarawak transport minister Premium
Sabah Fisheries Dept now empowered to issue deep-sea fishing licence, says Kiandee Premium
Mukah Airport will be a catalyst for local growth, says Transport Minister Premium
More MASwings flights to Mukah soon, says PM Premium
Domestic Trade Ministry warns Johor traders against profiteering Premium

Others Also Read