KUALA LUMPUR, 19 December: What was supposed to be a soft launch of KPJ HealthcareBerhad (“KPJ Healthcare” of the “Company”)
new KPJ Ambulatory Care Centre (“KPJ ACC”) inBandarKinrarabecameanaidmissiontoassistfloodvictimsresidinginPuchongatthePuchongIndahMultipurposeHall.
After days of heavy monsoon causing landslides,
destruction on buildings and many housingareas,KPJHealthcarehadpooleditsresourcestohelpfloodvictimsinneed.AteamofvolunteersfromheadquartersandKPJACCKinraracameforwardandofferedassistanceto63familiesandover 500 people who left
their homes to take shelter at the Puchong Indah Multipurpose Hall, asearlyas2:00a.m.
The team had provided medical assistance to those in
need at the shelter, as well as distributedspecial
aid kits filled with basic medical necessities such as saliva test kits, dry
food, genericmedicines,vitaminC supplements,facemasksand
“There are four shelters in Puchong area. Let’s hope
that more help to start coming in for all. Myteam and I will continue to monitor the situation. We are ready to
mobilise more assets to assist,shouldtheneedarise,”said ArieszaNoor,ChiefCorporateOfficer ofKPJ HealthcareBerhad.
“At the moment, we are providing refreshments and temporary
shelter at the lobbies of KPJSelangor
Specialist Hospital and KPJ Klang Specialist Hospital, and this is not
chargeable. OurMedical Officers are
available at our Accident & Emergency department (“A&E”) if they