Soon – floating mobile clinics to serve riverine folk


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  • Friday, 14 Jan 2011

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s rural health care is set to receive a boost with the state government’s plan to introduce a floating clinic along the Kinabatangan river.

Sabah health director Dr Mohd Yusof Ibrahim said the plan was to introduce riverine mobile clinics and utilise ambulances which have been modified to meet local dirt roads to provide effective health services to rural people.

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