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Everyone needs adequate finances to age healthy with grace and dignity. For those who are not so fortunate, then the Government is responsible to find cost-efficient and practical solutions to address the looming challenge.
PETALING JAYA: Former Health Ministry deputy director-general Datuk Seri Dr Jeyaindran Sinnadurai died early Monday (Aug 19) morning at the age of 64.
HE was a doctor and a mentor to many. More importantly, Datuk Seri Dr Jeyaindran Sinnadurai was a fellow comrade who fought for the betterment of our national healthcare until his very last breath.
PETALING JAYA: Former Health Ministry deputy director-general Datuk Seri Dr Jeyaindran Sinnadurai (pic) will be remembered for his contribution to the medical field and for being a great mentor and friend.
Hospital Kuala Lumpur has been named the Best Hospital Brand in Malaysia by a United Kingdom-based branding magazine and is set to become an even more impressive facility as it undergoes a transformation to meet international standards.
General practitioners are following in the footsteps of those in public hospitals by going ‘bundling’. They will start packaging consultation, diagnosis and treatment to standardise charges. While they are asking for higher fees, the Health Ministry assures the people that they will not have to pay more.
In our cover story last week, we focused on courses to give new doctors a headstart. In this issue, we feature experts who give their take on medical students and housemen who are unable to cope with the pressures that come with the training.
EXCLUSIVE: The days of a long wait for an ambulance will soon be over. The Health Ministry has started a new project with St John Ambulance Malaysia and the Malaysian Red Crescent Society to have the emergency vehicles waiting at toll plazas and other hotspots to rush to the aid of patients – in almost no time.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is in critical need of more organ transplant surgeons but even if there were, there is a lack of medical teams to retrieve the organs from deceased donors.
The number of dialysis patients will more than double by 2040 if chronic kidney disease is not properly addressed. As part of the remedy, the Government plans to boost organ transplants in the country.