Khairy: Dengkil needs new health clinic

PETALING JAYA: Dengkil needs a new health clinic, and the extensions to the maternity, ultrasound and biochem building are only temporary, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

"Although the service was good, the place was congested, the waiting queue was long and there was inadequate parking," said the Health Minister on Facebook after making a spot check on the clinic on Thursday (Sept 29).

"I approved the extensions immediately, and a lot of investment is needed to upgrade it to a premier health service.”

Khairy also said there would be some good news in a week or two for Cyberjaya folk.

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