KOTA KINABALU: Gleneagles Hospital Kota Kinabalu is offering the best medical service to all its patients.
The hospital also contributes to domestic economy development especially in the state by providing job opportunities and expanding the medical profession.
IHH Healthcare Chief Executive Officer and Management Director, Dr. Tan See Leng, said 20 percent of Sabah-born doctors and nurses working outside the state have returned to give their services at their beloved homeland.
Gleneagles KK Chief Executive Officer, Jean Francois Naa, said various efforts have been done to make the hospital as the main reference point for local and foreign patients to get the best medical services.
One of the hospital’s newest services includes its new dialysis centre which has been operating since two months ago, and a urology centre which will be opened soon to enable patients to receive a thorough treatment.
For the less fortunate, Gleneagles Hospital also provide free medical assistance to them, where currently there have been 4,000 patients including 550 foreigners who have benefitted from the initiative since the hospital started its operation five months ago.
The hospital also made a contribution in the form of medical aid to 20 earthquake victims in Ranau in June, and it plans to add 200 additional beds to accommodate the increasing number of patients by the year 2017. -SayangSabah