MSUMC achieves two years of service as a private specialist hospital

MSUMC second anniversary celebration

Management and Science University Medical Centre (MSUMC) has celebrated its second anniversary as a private specialist hospital. The event is officiated by Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid, President and Founder of Management and Science University (MSU) and MSU group of colleges.

MSUMC second year of service is commemorated in a unique circumstance as the medical centre continued the tradition of celebrating the anniversary on a different platform, via a livestream with all the participants.

With the motto of ‘Caring, Healing, Educating’, MSU launched the private specialist hospital to be a transformative healthcare provider to the community.

Celebrating the hallmark of MSUMC’s first anniversary in his speech, he highlighted the ten key strategic priorities. Among the ten, included the collaborative services offered by the hospital like the joint operations of using traditional Chinese medicines and modern medicines.

Additionally, the hallmark for the second year of service is primarily focused on the Covid-19 outbreak. MSUMC is dedicated to address significant strategies in improving the services while adhering to the challenges of the outbreak.

“The Covid-19 outbreak has reconfigured MSUMC for the next couple of years. However, the outbreak did not halt any achievements the medical centre has made. I am grateful for all the talented and dedicated staff for all the contributions made to advance MSUMC in this trying time,” the President said.

The event features the accomplishments MSUMC has made last year;

·        Expansion of the talent, capacity and range of specialists and consultants in the medical centre.

·        Increase the number of staff in MSUMC which now has over 700 staff.

·        Provide complimentary services for the community like Covid-19 tests.

MSUMC is looking forward for the third year as the main mission now is to be part of the solution of the Covid-19 spread in Malaysia. The medical centre key priority is to support the government and community to break the chain of the outbreak.

The President ended the MSUMC second anniversary event by addressing the future initiatives of MSUMC going forward into 2021 and beyond;

·        To continue expanding the team to provide better quality of service.

·        To launch MSUMC’s mobile app.

·        To set up the Centre of Excellence (CoE) in MSU with prominent members of MSUMC.

·        To migrate from old uniforms to new ones.

“Now is the time for MSUMC to refresh all the mission and vision moving into the future of 2021,” the President concluded.

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