SJMC and BTMC Sign MoU with Klang Hokkien Association to Promote Community Health

The team from SJMC, BTMC and Klang Hokkien Association at the MoU signing ceremony.

"520" is not just a homophone for "I love you" in Chinese, but it also carries significant meaning as "I love health." In order to increase its members' health awareness, the Klang Hokkien Association has designated May 20th as "520 Health Day" and signed a memorandum of understanding with Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care Group's Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) and Bukit Tinggi Medical Centre (BTMC). This collaboration aims to provide discounted healthcare services to its members and promote effective health management.

During his speech at the opening ceremony, President Datuk Goh Ah Lek of the Klang Hokkien Association emphasized that the 520 Health Day event not only offers free medical health check-ups to the public but, more importantly, aims to inspire individuals to prioritize their health. This includes maintaining good dietary habits, engaging in regular exercise, and actively sharing healthcare information with family and friends.

Group of guests taking photos after the ceremony.

Datin Sri Kristine Williams, Head of Corporate Marketing & Centre of Excellence at SJMC, highlighted the hospital's commitment towards women's health. In collaboration with Rose Foundation, SJMC also provided free HPV screenings to the first 100 women from the local community, raising awareness about cervical cancer.

Jasmine Lau, CEO of BTMC, emphasized that the partnership aims to provide healthcare benefits and discounts to Klang Hokkien Association members. The initiative encourages everyone to proactively undergo health checks to improve the well-being and health of the community.

The event was attended by various guests from the Klang Hokkien Association, SJMC, BTMC, and CitySpec Optical.

SJMC also provided free HPV screenings to the first 100 women from the local community to raise awareness about cervical cancer.

1. Sin Chew Daily
2. China Press