Perodua continues support for health services, donates equipment worth RM85k to Sarawak Hospital

In continuing its support to public hospitals, in line with the government’s mission to improve the quality of health services in Malaysia, Perodua recently donated medical diagnostic equipment worth RM84,450 to the Sarawak General Hospital.

The contribution consisted of seven Vital Sign Monitors, which is a diagnostic equipment used to monitor body temperature, pulse, respiration rate, and blood pressure. Aside from medical equipments, the company also surprised some of the hospital’s paediatric ward patients and staff with hampers.

“We thank the staff of the Sarawak General Hospital for their service to the community, we hope our contribution will further benefit the people of Kuching and Sarawak,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

“As part of our Corporate Responsibility initiative, we are always looking for opportunities to provide the best assistance to strengthen the country’s health system. As such, we are in constant communication with Ministry of Health and other relevant parties to continue our initiatives.

“This is one of our ways to thank the government and Malaysians, especially our customers, who have given us their trust and support over the years,” he added.

To date, Perodua has donated medical and health equipment to a number of public hospitals in Malaysia, including Hospital Sungai Buloh, Hospital Selayang, Sabah Women and Children’s Hospital in Likas, Hospital Shah Alam, Hospital Kuala Kubu Bharu, Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz, Hospital Ampang, Hospital Putrajaya, as well as several community clinics within Hulu Selangor.

The company also contributed over 35,000 units of self-made face shields to various organisations since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.


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