Jaya to have its own health clinic
RM8mil to be
allocated under Ninth Malaysia Plan
government health clinic will soon be built in Subang Jaya under the
Ninth Malaysia Plan.
To be located in USJ, the clinic, once completed, will be able to treat
between 500 to 800 patients daily, according to Kelana Jaya MP, Loh Seng
“A day clinic will be built to treat patients. However, no inpatient
facilities will be available at this clinic.”
“In the meantime, we will be identifying a suitable site to build a
proper government hospital,” he told reporters after giving out
schoolbags and other accessories to students at the Educare programme
held at the Subang Jaya Buddhist Association last month.
More than 500 students from all races received the aid.
“We have well established hospitals in Subang Jaya but these are all
“What we want is to have a government facility to serve the more than
300,000 residents in this municipality,” he said, adding that the
emphasis would be to address the health of the lower income community
who would not be able to afford private medical care.
SJ Echo 06 January 2008