‘The facilities appear to be from the 1980s’ – M’sian spreads the word about the dire situation at the Dengkil public clinic

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Our health system can not be the bestbut he is almost fully subsidizedmaking it accessible for many Malaysians.

However, free healthcare is no excuse for poor facilities and infrastructure.

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

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

Therefore, there is many sick people who attend the clinic.

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

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In addition, “the facilities look like (they date) from the 80s”a stark contrast to the projects proposed by the government, such as IoT and 5G health.

“Not to mention our country’s boundless love for over RM20 billion in budget allocations to build more highways, Haafiz said pointing out that rural people do not even benefit from these major highways.

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However, he insisted on pointing out that “the service provided by KKM staff is very Impressive.

“The nursing service was quick. They came to our house less than an hour after check-in, which was too efficient! »

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

“(Staff) and patients deserve better facilities.

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

“They talk to mothers and patients very politely and respectfully, regardless of status.

Sadly, this is not the only clinic that is overcrowded and lacking in maintenance and upgrades.

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