Accident & Emergency Services
Our A&E / Polyclinic Department has dedicated medical personnels that specialises in treating patients who are suffering from acute serious illness or injury that would lead to severe complications if not treated quickly. Patients requiring urgent attention will always be seen first. Treatment is based on clinical needs.
Patients are treated in order of medical urgency, not necessarily in order of arrival. Care is delivered to all patients regardless of culture, beliefs, conscientious convictions, sexual orientation or disability and privacy will be respected at all times. To ensure the sickest patients are seen first, a triage is used to categorise patients. It is performed by an experienced nurse and occurs soon after arrival.
After triage, patients wait until their names are called. Our medical officers will further examine them. We may need to order diagnostic tests or an x-ray. If admission is required, patients will be referred to our Specialists. They could be transferred to our operation rooms, wards, ICU or CCU., depending on their conditions. If admission is not required, follow up care will be discussed and medications prescribed. We also provide ambulance services.
|Contact No||06 283 5888 Ext: 5002 / 5003 and 06 281 4364|
|Working Hours||24 hours / 7 days a week|
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New Consultant On Board
- Dr. (Mr) Noorharisman Bin Ideris (Resident General Surgeon)
- Dr.Uduman Ali Mohamed Yousof (Resident Neurologist)
- Datuk Dr. Ismail Bin Sagap (Visiting General & Colorectal Surgeon)
- Dr. Prakash Mayandi (Visiting O&G)
- Dr. Sukhilmi Bin Othman (Visiting O&G)
- Dr. Nurul Dayana Bt Nordin (Visiting Radiologist)
- Dr. Krishna Kumar S. Katheraveloo (Visiting General & Vascular Surgeon)