Large private hospitals ready for Covid-19 patients if situation worsens


KUALA LUMPUR: Large-capacity private hospitals that are members of the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) are ready to receive Covid-19 patients with the Health Ministry anticipating Covid-19 cases will likely peak in mid-April.

APHM president Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh (pic) said infectious diseases physicians and specialists in bigger private hospitals are currently undergoing webinar sessions with the ministry to prepare to assist the government should their services be needed.

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