The Penang Adventist Hospital (PAH) is part of an International Adventist Network of some 600 not-for-profit hospitals, clinics and dispensaries worldwide.
The hospital was established in 1924 by Dr... more J. Earl Gardner. From its humble beginnings, PAH has continuously grown to become a tertiary healthcare centre for the Malaysian community and International visitors.
The hospital is supported by dedicated physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals, and employs modern medical equipment to provide quality healthcare.
We look forward to not only providing quality healthcare services but also educating the community to make informed choices about their general well-being.
The staffs and nurses are friendly but the admission procedure took too long, I know they undergo some new system but seeing the clerk typing a patient name into system is so slow (one hand holding the... more I.C card, one FINGER typing the keyboard). This is unacceptable as we are not taking our vacation, we trying to get treatment here, my hotel check in clerk can do better than them (I know this gonna sound bad, I think putting a KIOSK machine is BETTER than THEM, we talking life and death here, the procedure should be fast and short, I think the hospital really need to improvise in this matter). In another case I saw some patients really patiently waiting for a doctor. They registered as early as 11am and the DOCTOR is still NOT in the OFFICE at 3PM. I feel so pity on them, especially the elderly sitting there for few hours, enduring the pain. SIGH.
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