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SEREMBAN: Members at the Negri Sembilan Chinese Maternity Association (NSCMA) extraordinary general meeting have unanimously passed a resolution to restructure the 88-year-old CMH Specialist Hospital set up by Chinese philanthropists then to serve the underprivileged and poor immigrants.
SEREMBAN: An 88-year-old maternity hospital set up by Chinese philanthropists to primarily serve poor immigrants will undergo a restructuring exercise to ensure it remains a sustainable venture and can continue to provide quality medical treatment to the underprivileged.
THE once debt-ridden non-profit NSCMH Medical Centre in Seremban, Negri Sembilan is on track to becoming a sustainable venture after it registered RM42.6mil in revenue over a six-month period.
Patients at NSCMH Dialysis Care (Seri Kembangan branch) in Taman Serdang Utama no longer have to resort to reusing face masks.
SEREMBAN: Five years ago, the non-profit NSCMH Medical Centre, which was already facing poor business, was slapped with a partial closure by the Health Ministry for committing several violations under the Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act.
THERE were happy faces all around at the Mawar Haemodialysis Centre (PHM) auditorium in Seremban, Negri Sembilan, as chairman Datuk Lee Tian Hock delivered his promise to pay doctors and specialists at the recently-reopened Mawar Medical Centre their dues totalling RM4.5mil.
THE new management of Seremban’s Mawar Medical Centre (MMC), which has just reopened for business after Health Ministry approved its licence application, has pledged to restore the facility to its former glory.
THE Health Ministry has granted licences to eight out of 11 dialysis centres taken over by the NSCMH Medical Centre from the Mawar Haemodialysis Centre (PHM) in June.
SEREMBAN (Bernama): Eight branches of Pusat Hemodialisis Mawar (PHM), previously owned by the Mawar Medical Centre (MMC) and since taken over by the NSCMH Medical Centre, have recently obtained their licence from the Health Ministry to resume operations.