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“Facilities look like they’re from the 80s” – M’sian Spreads Word On Dire Situation Of Public Clinic In Dengkil


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Our healthcare system may not be the best, but it is nearly fully subsidised, making it accessible for many Malaysians.

Nonetheless, free healthcare is not an excuse for poor facilities and infrastructure.

Twitter user, Haafiz Nordin, took to his account yesterday (August 8) to highlight the dire condition of the public health clinic (KK) in Dengkil.

The clinic, also a Mother and Child Healthcare Clinic (KKIA), serves the populations of Dengkil, Cyberjaya and Sepang.



Therefore, there are a lot of patients who frequent the clinic.

However, the clinic sits on top of a hill and has limited parking. This makes the clinic difficult to access physically, especially for pregnant women and the elderly.



Additionally, “the facilities look like (they’re from) the 80s”, a stark contrast to the government’s proposed projects, such as IoT and 5G healthcare.

“Not to mention our country’s endless love for over RM20bn budget allocations to build more highways,” Haafiz said as he pointed out how rural populations don’t even benefit from these major highways.



Amazing staff

He was, however, keen to emphasise that “the service provided by the KKM staff is very impressive.”

“The nurses’ service was fast. They came to our house within an hour of registration, which was too efficient!”

That is why he was surprised by the building’s location, size and maintenance.

“(The staff) and the patients deserve better facilities.”

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This sentiment was echoed by one netizen who claims that the staff are the most polite she has ever met, compared to other public health clinics with more updated and modern facilities.

“They speak to the mothers and patients very politely and respectfully, no matter the status.”


The sad thing is that this is not the only clinic that is overcrowded and lacking in maintenance and upgrades.


Also read: Gov’t To Impose Cashless System At Public Hospitals, M’sians Are Worried

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