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Old April 7th, 2008, 05:44 AM   #101
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JLand plans RM250m specialist hospital
By Vasantha Ganesan Published: 2008/04/07
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JOHOR Land Bhd (JLand) will build a 250-bed specialist hospital within Bandar Dato Onn, Johor, that will be managed by sister company KPJ Healthcare Bhd.

To be ready in 2010, the hospital is estimated to cost RM250 million to build and equip. It is positioned to offer the latest facility and be very patient-friendly.

"The hospital will be hassle-free. It is designed that way," JLand's managing director Shafiqul Hafiz told Business Times.

It will be leased to KPJ when ready in 2010.

Shafiqul said that JLand and a yet-to-be-finalised investor will finance the project.

Together with the hospital, a nursing college called Puteri Nursing College and a retirement home will be built in the township.

Both JLand and KPJ Healthcare are majority-owned by Johor Corp. JLand, incorporated in 1972, was listed on Bursa Malaysia in 1996.

Today, JLand has some 1,215ha for development in Johor. In collaboration with Johor Corp, it has delivered over 24,000 residential and 1,300 commercial units.

JLand is also broadening its revenue base with a barter trade terminal project in Sabah.

It is buying 51 per cent of Windsor Trade Holdings Sdn Bhd (WTH), which has an 80 per cent subsidiary, Windsor Trade Sdn Bhd. Windsor Trade has been granted a 30-year concession to operate Sandakan Integrated Trade Exchange Terminal.

"The acquisition will be completed in the second quarter of 2008. It will start to contribute (to the group) in early 2011," he said.

WTH will develop an integrated barter trade terminal complete with various facilities on a 13.6ha area at Batu Sapi, Sandakan. The terminal will cater to traders from Asean countries.

The development cost of the terminal is estimated at RM315 million including land, pre-development cost, construction of infrastructure and buildings and equipment.
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St Jude Medical to build RM100mil medical plant in Penang
By DAVID TAN

PENANG: World-renowned cardiovascular medical devices manufacturer St Jude Medical Inc from the US is planning to invest in Penang.

Sources said the group planned to invest an initial RM100mil to set up Asia’s first pacemaker manufacturing facility.


StarBiz learnt that St Jude Medical sent a team to Penang in the third quarter of 2007 to negotiate with the state government, then led by former chief minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.

St Jude Medical would most probably establish its facility on the 10-acre site currently occupied by Inventec Electronics, the Taiwanese manufacturer of consumer electronic products, in the Bayan Lepas Industrial Estate. Inventec is in the process of being relocated.

Sources said St Jude Medical was in the advanced stages of negotiation with Inventec and the state government.

“The St Jude Medical manufacturing facility would create about 500 high-end job opportunities,” the sources said.

It is learnt that the group had earlier attempted to set up a similar manufacturing plant in China but it did not work out.

Listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the Minnesota-based group also manufactures implantable cardioverter defibrillators, cardiac resynchronisation therapy devices, electrophysiology catheters, mapping and visualisation systems, vascular closure devices, heart valve replacement and repair products neurostimulation devices.

The company has more than 20 principal operations and manufacturing facilities worldwide, with products sold in more than 100 countries.

St Jude Medical, with net sales of US$3.8bil in 2007, employs about 12,000 staff worldwide.

Another US group that is making its way to Penang is Honeywell Aerospace.

StarBiz last month reported that the company was shifting a substantial portion of its activities to the Prai Industrial Estate this year.

Recently, Samsung Electronics Co was also said to be keen on setting up a RM3.5bil plant to manufacture memory chips in Batu Kawan, Seberang Prai.
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KYM forms consortium to bid for Malacca health administration centre
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KUALA LUMPUR: KYM Holdings Bhd has formed a consortium with Konsortium YKIP Bersatu Sdn Bhd (KYKIP) and Idaman Ikhlas Sdn Bhd (IISB) for the purpose of submitting a proposal to the Ministry of Health (MOH) on the design and building of a health administration centre in Malacca.

In an announcement to Bursa yesterday, KYM said the proposal included the task of undertaking the design and building of the health administration centre, comprising the state health administration centre, a nursing institute and a public health laboratory. It didn't disclose the cost of constructing the heath administration centre.

The company said in the event that the proposal was accepted by the MOH, the proportion of all profits derived by the project that KYM, KYKIP and IISB would receive would be 51%, 30% and 19% respectively.

KYM said the formation of the consortium would not affect its share capital, earning per share, net tangible assets per share nor its substantial shareholders’ shareholding for fiscal year ending January 31, 2009.

However, the company expected the project to contribute positively to its future earnings if the proposal were accepted by the MOH.
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KUALA LUMPUR: KYM Holdings Bhd has formed a consortium with Konsortium YKIP Bersatu Sdn Bhd (KYKIP) and Idaman Ikhlas Sdn Bhd (IISB) for the purpose of submitting a proposal to the Ministry of Health (MOH) on the design and building of a health administration centre in Malacca.

In an announcement to Bursa yesterday, KYM said the proposal included the task of undertaking the design and building of the health administration centre, comprising the state health administration centre, a nursing institute and a public health laboratory. It didn't disclose the cost of constructing the heath administration centre.

The company said in the event that the proposal was accepted by the MOH, the proportion of all profits derived by the project that KYM, KYKIP and IISB would receive would be 51%, 30% and 19% respectively.

KYM said the formation of the consortium would not affect its share capital, earning per share, net tangible assets per share nor its substantial shareholders’ shareholding for fiscal year ending January 31, 2009.

However, the company expected the project to contribute positively to its future earnings if the proposal were accepted by the MOH.
Is this the project in klebang? or another new one??
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Old April 29th, 2008, 10:32 AM   #108
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NMPSB, Columbia Asia meterai perjanjian beli tanah

KUALA LUMPUR 27 April - UEM Land Berhad mengumumkan anak syarikatnya Nusajaya Medical Park Sdn. Bhd. (NMPSB) telah memeterai perjanjian pembelian tanah bernilai RM4.8 juta dengan Columbia Asia Sdn. Bhd.

UEM dalam kenyataan di sini berkata, perjanjian itu akan membolehkan Columbia Asia yang merupakan syarikat penyedia kemudahan kesihatan, membeli tanah seluas 1.08 hektar di Nusajaya daripada NMPSB.

Perjanjian tersebut ditandatangani oleh Pengarah Urusan UEM Land, Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim dan Pengerusi Columbia Asia Group of Companies, Rick Evans pertengahan bulan ini.

Pembelian tanah tersebut bertujuan untuk membangunkan hospital yang dilengkapi dengan 70 katil di Nusajaya, yang telah dijenamakan sebagai 'Afiat Healthpark', kata kenyataan itu.

"Apabila siap pada tahun 2010, hospital seluas 70,000 kaki persegi itu akan dilengkapi makmal dan perkhidmatan diagnostik, rawatan pesakit luar dan dalam, serta kemudahan lain," katanya.
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Old May 6th, 2008, 07:59 AM   #111
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JOHOR BARU: A private hospital will be built at Afiat Healthpark in Nusajaya, which is within Iskandar Malaysia.

The 70-bed hospital is expected to begin operations in 2010.

It will be equipped with laboratory and diagnostic services, outpatient and inpatient services, and ample parking facilities.

The project is a joint venture between Nusajaya Medical Park (NMPSB) – a subsidiary of UEM Land – and Columbia Asia.

A sale and purchase agreement was signed on April 14 between UEM Land managing director Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim and Columbia Asia Group of Companies chairman Rick Evans.


Pact sealed: Wan Abdullah (left) exchanging documents with Evans after signing the sale and purchase agreement in Johor Baru recently.

Under the terms, Columbia Asia shall purchase more than 1ha from NMPSB for a total consideration if RM4.818mil.

Wan Abdullah said the project was to be carried out in view of the tremendous potential and growth prospects of Iskandar Malaysia (formerly known as Iskandar Development Region).

“Afiat Healthpark is intended to meet the under-served healthcare needs of the community in Nusajaya.

“We are confident that the hospital will cater to demand for better healthcare services and facilities,” he said.

The hospital will be part of the first phase of Afiat Healthpark, which will include a private specialist clinic and health-screening centre.

The second phase will comprise a dialysis and rehabilitation centre, a nursing college and a traditional and complementary medicine academy.


Afiat Healthpark is located on the northern part of Nusajaya, which houses Johor's new administrative centre.

Other developments in the area are Puteri Harbour (a waterfront precinct), an education city, an international destination resort with theme parks, and residential and commercial blocks.
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KT hospital to have annexes costing RM185m


KUALA TERENGGANU: Two complexes will be constructed as annexes to Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital (HSNZ) to address the perennial issue of congested wards.

State Health, Unity and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Dr A. Rahman Mokthar said the complexes would reduce overcrowding at the main building when completed by the end of August.

He said the complexes costing RM185mil would house the maternity and neuroscience departments.

“We are in the process of awarding tenders for the complexes and this will take about three months,” he said here on Monday.

Dr A. Rahman said that HSNZ could accommodate only 821 patients at a time and required additional facilities to handle the increasing number of cases.

He said the maternity section was designed to have seven floors with 324 beds while the four-storey neuroscience department would have 150 beds.

In a related development, Dr A. Rahman said the state was awaiting the delivery of 18 new for distribution to all hospitals and clinics in the state.

“This is to enhance the ambulance service and expand coverage in rural areas,” he said.

He added that HSNZ was acquiring a CT scan machine for use by specialists.

He noted that the current machine at the hospital had malfunctioned and patients were referred to a private hospital here for scanning, and this was cumbersome.
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RM200mil nursing college to take shape in Bandar Sri Sendayan
Monday May 26, 2008
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PROPERTY developer BSS Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd, expects anchor investor International University College of Nursing (IUCN) to boost the economic development in its new township, Bandar Sri Sendayan in Seremban.

Today, state government agency Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan will sign a deal to sell 200 acres in Bandar Sri Sendayan to Run Education Sdn Bhd, the owner and manager of IUCN.

Run Education will invest about RM200mil to build IUCN, Malaysia's first international nursing school.

BSS, in a joint venture with Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan, is developing the 5,235-acre Bandar Sri Sendayan, which has a gross development value of RM3bil.

“We believe that the new IUCN campus will accelerate the growth of Bandar Sri Sendayan as well as stir up the local economic activities in Seremban,” Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Hasiah Mohd told StarBiz.

He said Menteri Besar Inc is confident of attracting students from neighbouring countries, as IUCN would have a competitive advantage in terms of location, being only 20km from the KL International Airport.

IUCN had a target of 60:40 ratio between international and local students, he added.

BSS managing director Datuk Lee Tian Hock said IUCN expected the first intake of 5,000 students in September next year and hoped to accommodate 20,000 students by 2011.

“We hope IUCN would attract foreign and local students to pursue nursing qualifications in Seremban as the cost of living is relatively lower than the Kuala Lumpur city centre,” he said.

Located in the middle of Bandar Sri Sendayan, the IUCN campus would be developed in two phases and construction was scheduled to start next month, said Lee.

According to him, Bandar Sri Sendayan is expected to have a population of 60,000 when it is fully developed in 15 years.

Meanwhile, BSS and the Negri Sembilan state government agency are currently in talks with a foreign party to sell 1,000 acres for over US$1bil for an integrated tourism-related project.

The deal was expected to be finalised next month, said Mohd Hasiah.
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IJN College to offer new courses
By : Annie Freeda Cruez


KUALA LUMPUR: IJN College will soon provide specialised courses for cardio-thoracic medical care providers and those working in the Intensive Care and Coronary Care Units.

The courses, ranging from cardiovascular and thoracic sciences, mentoring and assessing, to coronary critical care nursing (CCCN) will be introduced in stages this year.

The National Heart Institute (IJN) has also designed its own clinical programme in four critical areas -- profusion technology, cardiovascular technology/ultrasonography, cardiovascular imaging and peri-operative nursing.

IJN College is the only college in the country offering these programmes, which have been approved by the Malaysian Qualification Agency.

IJN College general manager Dr Sharifah Salwiyah Salim said two of the courses are offered in collaboration with institutions of higher learning abroad.

The 18-month diploma programme in cardiovascular and thoracic sciences is jointly offered by IJN College and Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in Britain, while the six-month professional certificate in CCCN is offered with the University of South Australia.

Dr Sharifah said 20 IJN nurses, dieticians, perfusionists, and medical laboratory technologists started the 18-month programme in February last year.

The next intake in January will be open to those working in public and private hospitals.

Potential participants for the specialised programme include pharmacists, physiotherapists, healthcare educators and professionals.

Dr Sharifah said the CCCN programme, scheduled to start next month, provides specialised training in caring for critically-ill cardiac patients. The mentoring and assessing module is for health professionals.

In IJN's one-year intensive programme starting in July, participants will receive practical training during the week and attend lectures on weekends.

IJN College can accommodate about 200 professionals for these programmes.

Those interested in these courses, can call 03-26178279 or 26178285.

You can also e-mail [email protected] or [email protected].
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Facelift for hospital
By LIM CHIA YING


An old charity hospital has been given a new lease of life.

DATUK Dr Nellie Tan may be 60 but she’s brimming with ideas, and her excellent fundraising skills have helped to save the Negri Sembilan Chinese Maternity Medical Centre (NSCMH) from debt.

When it was founded, the NSCMH was known as the Negri Sembilan Chinese Maternity Hospital in 1932. It started with one block offering maternity service, and has grown to three blocks providing a host of medical treatments and services.

The NSCMH is one of a few remaining charity hospitals in the country that has managed to remain relevant to today’s medical needs, and weathered the storm when certain quarters wanted to demolish the place.

At one time, it almost succumbed to circumstances when it ran at an accumulated deficit of RM6mil. The ambulance was old and shaky, and the building looked run down.

Four other charity Chinese maternity hospitals in the country – in Penang, Klang, Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur – all ceased operating.

When Tan took over the post of hospital president in November 2006, she also “inherited” the huge debt.

“Only when I took over, did I realise the extent of the task ahead,” says Tan. “Staff morale was low and public impression was not favourable. The NSCMH faced six years of ‘drought’ due to the emergence of two brand new, modern hospitals in the state.

“Bed occupancy went down by 20%. We used to have 100% bed occupancy when this hospital was the only one in the state,” she adds.


Datuk Dr Nellie Tan with an artist’s impression of the new facade of the NSCMH.

“Since the hospital had served the poor and people of all races for close to eight decades, I had to make sure that it didn’t close shop. It would have been a real shame if it did.”

Sited on a hilltop, the hospital comprises three separate whitewashed blocks. Its breezy corridors, spanking clean floors and surrounding greenery make the place almost “inviting”, unlike the cold clinical feeling you get at most hospitals.

The hospital is set to undergo major renovations and extensions as part of the big plan to upgrade its image.

Tan managed to raise the needed funds within a short span of time and is hopeful that her bid to re-develop the hospital will see the light of day.

“I’ve allotted an initial sum of RM20mil to help the hospital be self-reliant. From that total, RM15mil will be used to upgrade the place while the rest will be for new equipment,” she explains.

So far, RM14.3mil has been raised through public donations and fund-raising campaigns.

“Datuk Nellie is keen for the hospital to have a new look, and this will be seen once the new Block B (now the main hospital building) is up,” says hospital supervisor K. Kanahendran.

“It’ll be a one-stop centre for all medical treatments so that patients and old folks need not have to walk from one block to the other to get their prescriptions or see a doctor.”

The current Block A (where the lab and pharmacy are located) will be converted into a nursing academy while Block C (which presently houses the specialists) will be turned into a nursing hostel.

She formed the NSCMH Youth Support Group to encourage young people to be involved in health programmes and receive free home-nursing training at the hospital. Singer Suki, winner of the One in A Million show, was recently appointed NSCMH’s goodwill ambassador.

One of Tan’s most notable efforts includes securing the sole franchise monopoly rights in Negri Sembilan to run the Documentation-based-Care (DBC) clinic with technology from Finland to treat neck, spine, and shoulder ailments.

Kanahendran says the hospital prides itself in handling 30 to 40 deliveries per month, adding that some babies who were previously delivered at the hospital many years ago have returned to serve.

The charges for outpatient treatment are modest while children with mental and physical impairment are given free outpatient treatment.

“Because of NSCMH’s non-profit status, all donations are tax-exempted. We are still scouring for an ambulance to replace the old one,” she says.

For donations and enquiries, call 06-762 2104 / 06-762 2511.
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Prince Court offers medical care in a five-star setting
Published: 2008/06/12




Vasantha Ganesan finds out what is it that makes Prince Court Medical Centre stand out and its expansion plans.



IF IMITATION is the best form of flattery, the chief of Kuala Lumpur's Prince Court Medical Centre, is probably blushing.

[b]The hospital is only eight months old, not fully operational or officially launched, but requests are already coming in to replicate its model abroad.

Prince Court, which boasts services that one would find in a five-star hotel, has also started treating quite a number of medical tourists from as far as Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

Located on Jalan Kia Peng, the hospital did a soft-opening in October 2007 and it will only be fully operational next month.
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Prince Court is owned by state-owned oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) and managed by Vamed Healthcare Services Sdn Bhd and its partner the Medical University of Vienna International Hospital Operations GmbH.

"We have had a hospital in the Middle East which wants to replicate this model. We have had Thais, Cambodians and Mogolians come to see our facility," chief executive officer Stuart D. Rowley said.

Rowley said that the hospital which had planned to establish itself in Malaysia, then regionally before being recognised globally, was pleasantly surprised to see its current level of foreign patients touch 30 per cent.

A total of 710 inpatients and 8,000 outpatients have thus far, sought treatment at the hospital.

Based on the response so far, Rowley may achieve his goal to make the hospital "the best in Asia" within the next five years sooner than anticipated.

Prince Court is named so, given its location where historically, a number of royalty lived including the current monarch.

Built at a substantial cost, including land and equipment, the hospital expects to be operationally profitable by the end of the second year and achieve net profit in eight years.

"By the end of year two, our cash flow will be positive," Rowley said.

"By July 1 2008, we will be fully operational and all our services will be offered from then," he said, adding that it has 53 clinics and 60 doctors/specialists.

"We provide every possible clinical specialty with the exception of in-patient psychiatry," he said.

The hospital opened its doors last October operating 12 beds. Today, it has 48 beds and all 300 beds will be available in October or November this year.

It will also have 800 nurses by then, up from 200 today.

The medical centre, which has six floors, and another three floors of parking space, measure some one million sq ft.

Its pull factors include it being the only private hospital offering a surgical robot for treatment in men's health, and later for gynaecology and cardiac surgery.

Its 10 operating theatres are said to be among the cleanest in the world with Laminar Flow ventilation which produces almost particle-free air at the operating table, thereby reducing significantly the risk of infection.

The hospital's emphasis on infection control is so stringent that it has 3,730 hand basins and 3,900 hands-free hygiene automatic dispensers and a full-time professor of microbiology heading the infection control programme.

Rowley said that the hospital will soon have the country's first bladeless excimer/ laser for Lasik (eye) surgery.

Other services in the hospital include valet parking, in-room check-in and check-out, 24-hour ala-carte dining service - basically anything one would find in a five-star hotel.

Its suites, which go for around RM1,000 a night, come with a separate bedroom for the family, two televisions, and two bathrooms, including toiletries.
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International university for nursing in Sedayan


Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan (third from left) being briefed by International University College of Nursing executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy after the singing of the sale and purchase agreement in Bandar Sri Sedayan, Seremban, recently. At right is Run Education director Tunku Nadzaruddin Tuanku Ja’afar.

SEREMBAN: Bandar Seri Sendayan is set to house the first international university dedicated to nursing education following the signing of a sale and purchase (S&P) agreement recently.

The S&P was signed between Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI) and the International University College of Nursing (IUCN) for a 80ha plot for the construction of the college, which will be the first and one of its kind in the world.

The S&P was signed by Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan and state Financial Officer Datuk Abdul Radzak Abdul Rahman, while the IUCN was represented by its executive chairman, Summugam Ramasamy, and Run Education director Tunku Nadzaruddin Tuanku Ja'afar.

IUCN is wholly-owned and managed by Run Education Sdn Bhd.


"I am really gratified with IUCN for building their campus here as it promises much benefit for the people in the state.

"The college will help create more employment benefits and a more buoyant economy for the state and country," said Mohamad.

He said the development of projects like IUCN would make Sendayan, Mantin and Nilai the new education hub in the area.

IUCN will be built in two phases. Phase one will see the construction of the campus, the amenities and hostels.

It is expected to be ready in July next year.

"This highly demanding profession sees a world shortage and IUCN will contribute towards increasing the number of nurses, locally and internationally.

"According to the World Health Organisation, the ideal ratio of nurses and patients in this country is 1:200.

"However, in Malaysia, it is currently 1:645.

"At least 130,000 nurses must be trained by 2020 to meet the demands."

Bandar Seri Sendayan is a 2,000ha township comprising residential, commercial, institutional and industrial properties all valued at about RM3 billion.

It is dubbed the Southern Growth Corridor of the Greater Klang Valley Conurbation.

Mohamad said Bandar Seri Sendayan was set to enhance the landscape of Negri Sembilan as the area would be transformed into a comprehensive township project by MBI and BSS Development Sdn Bhd.

It will take 15 years to complete the project.

MBI will work closely with BSS Development to ensure all projects run smoothly and meet the objectives of the Negri Sembilan government to deliver a project that enhances the viability and sustainability of the state.

"Bandar Seri Sendayan will be modelled as the most modern development in the state, where the density is low and covered with lush greenery and verdant parks."

The comprehensive development will also boast its own town centre, recreational park, golf course, nature reserve, a landscaped lake, library and many institutional areas.

The new township also opens up great investment opportunities for local and foreign investors.

IUCN will invest RM200 million on the campus and facilities. Construction of the campus is planned to start soon and the college is targeting 5,000 students when it opens for registration in September next year.

The faculty members will be from the international institutions, including Australia, India, Canada, Indonesia and China.
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