KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, The services at 353 Community Clinics all over Malaysia will be enhanced, including with the provision of doctors, pharmacies and healthcare services to the people, said Health Minister, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
He said, with improvement in the health services at Community Clinics, the government was confident that the delivery of healthcare services would be more accessible, especially for rural communities in remote areas.
“This is an improvement in the delivery system of the health services, for the B40 group and those in the rural and remote areas,” he told the Dewan Rakyat (Parliament) sitting here today.
He was replying to a supplementary question, from Shamsul Anuar Nasarah (BN-Lenggong), who wanted to know the government’s efforts, to provide access to health facilities in rural and remote areas, without private clinics.
The Community Clinics, which were previously known as the 1Malaysia Clinic, were introduced by the previous government.
Source: NAM News Network