Dr Wee full of praise for medical personnel following hospital discharge

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has been discharged from the Putrajaya Hospital after undergoing surgery on Nov 10.

“On Wednesday evening, I was allowed to be ‘discharged’ from Wad 5A Hospital Putrajaya eight days after undergoing surgery on my spine, ” the Transport Minister posted on his Facebook page on Friday (Nov 20).

The Transport Minister expressed his gratitude to doctors, nurses and staff of the Putrajaya Hospital who had cared for him during his time at the hospital.

“Infinite thanks to the team of orthopedic specialists, medical officers and nurses who took good care of me during my time in the ward.

“The best service provided cannot be repaid except thank you, thank you, thank you!” he said.

Dr Wee said he would obey the doctor's advice to ensure his full recovery in the near future.

“Your services will always be remembered for a lifetime.

“The quality of health services and the quality of surgery at this government hospital is truly world-class, ” he added.

Dr Wee said those who chose to work in government hospitals should be highly praised for their sacrifices for the people.

“Congratulations and well done to the Health Ministry!” he said.

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