PD hospital sets up special ward for HFMD patients

PORT DICKSON: Following the significant spike in hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) cases in the country, Hospital UCSI here has taken the initiative to provide a special ward to treat infected children.

The hospital's Medical And Paediatrics director Professor Dr Amaluddin Ahmad said Ward 3A, which started operating last Friday (May 20), can accommodate children from Negri Sembilan as well as neighbouring states.

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