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SEREMBAN: First, it was the Negri Sembilan Chinese Maternity Hospital (NSCMH). Now Datuk Lee Tian Hock has once again come forward to help save two other health facilities in the state – the Mawar Haemodialysis Centre (MHC), once reputed to be the country’s largest, and the Mawar Medical Centre (MMC) – whose operating licenses were revoked by the Health Ministry earlier this year.
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SEREMBAN: The NSCMH Medical Centre, which only a decade ago faced near closure due to lack of business and high debts, has now emerged as a saviour for some 400 dialysis patients.
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SEREMBAN: Some 400 dialysis patients can now heave a sigh of relief after a medical centre decided to take over 11 Mawar Haemodialysis Centres which were in danger of ceasing operations.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has denied allegations that it neglected the welfare of patients and staff of Mawar Medical Centre and only focused on the legal aspects following the closure of the pre...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 17 — The Health Ministry today clarified that it decided to close the Mawar Medical Centre (MMC), a dialysis centre in Seremban, to protect patients after its management said it co...
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SEREMBAN: The Health Ministry decided to seal the premises that houses both the Mawar Medical Centre (MMC) and the Mawar Haemodialysis Centre (MHC) on Thursday (Feb 14) only because the management had informed its dialysis patients that the facility would be closed from that date.
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SEREMBAN: A subcommittee consisting of 11 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) has been formed to help the troubled Mawar Haemodialysis Centre get its licence to operate back.
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SEREMBAN (Jan 31): The Mawar Medical Centre (MMC)-owned Mawar Hemodialysis Centre (MHC) is likely to discontinue its operations throughout the country due to the lack of licences and serious lack of f...
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SEREMBAN: Mawar Haemodialysis Centre (MHC), which ranks among the country’s largest non-profit private dialysis centres, will be forced to stop treating its patients in two weeks as it does not have the funds to operate.