Cyberjaya Hospital: Public urged to go to nearby health facilities for non-emergency cases


PUTRAJAYA: Those seeking treatment for normal and non-emergency cases here are urged to go to other health facilities instead of the Cyberjaya Hospital to help reduce overcrowding at its emergency department.

Following an issue where the hospital allegedly refused to receive patients on Feb 10, Selangor Health Director Datuk Dr Sha'ari Ngadiman said that the Cyberjaya Hospital's emergency department gives priority to emergency and critical cases.

He said the services offered at the hospital, which started operations on Nov 11 last year, include emergency services, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, general medicine, general surgery, pathology, radiology and anaesthesiology, adding that the pharmacy department has also started providing medicines according to the services provided.

"The public can get services at Cyberjaya Hospital through the specialist clinics and emergency department," he said in a statement on Saturday (Feb 18).

Previously, a Twitter user had claimed that Cyberjaya Hospital was refusing to accept patients.

Dr Sha'ari said feedback and suggestions to improve the delivery of services at the hospital are welcome.

"The public is encouraged to submit feedback or suggestions to Cyberjaya Hospital Public Relations Unit at aduanhcj@moh.gov.my," he added. – Bernama

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