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3 more 1Malaysia clinics to operate in N.Sembilan
SEREMBAN: Three more 1Malaysia clinics (K1M) are expected to be operational in Negri Sembilan this year.
They will be located at Taman Desa Melang, Kuala Pilah; Taman Sri Cempaka, Bahau; and, Taman Bukit Mika 1, Lobak, Seremban.
State health, science, technology and innovation action committee chairman Datuk Ismail Taib told Bernama the three clinics were currently under renovation.
He said, to date, there were six K1M operating in Negeri Sembilan, namely, at Taman Semarak 2, Nilai; and Taman Seremban Jaya and Taman Rasah Jaya, Seremban which had been operating since Jan 7, 2010.
Two others which started operations on Jan 10, 2010 are in Taman Gadong Indah, Labu and Jalan Pantai, Sikamat while one started operating on Jan 7, this year in Taman Intan Perdana, Port Dickson.
Ismail said, K1M was handled by three personnel, namely, an assistant medical officer, nurse and medical assistant who operated daily from 10am to 10pm.
"The service provided will enable residents in the town areas to get light medical treatment. In addition, it can reduce the burden on patients at the clinics of the existing urban areas," he said. Ismail said, among the scope of service was light treatments, follow-up on chronic cases, light treatment procedures and notifications on infectious diseases. -- BERNAMA