Doctors Pledge RM1 Million In Donation To CVSKL Foundation

CVSKL chalked up another milestone by launching CVSKL Foundation, the hospital’s first foundation to improve a better healthcare system for Malaysian underprivileged patients, especially for those who are seeking complex medical care. 

CVSKL Foundation, a charitable, non-profit organization is founded by the team of doctors at CVSKL and is governed by a Board of Trustees who are industry leaders in various sectors. The objectives of the Foundation are to support medical advancement and research initiatives, increase awareness of cardiac and vascular diseases, and provide financial support for the low-income group through the management of funds received and raised. 

CVSKL Foundation was officially launched by its’ Patron, Yang Di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Tuanku Muhriz ibni Almarhum Tuanku Munawir together with its Board of Trustees. Chairman, Tan Sri Datuk Seri Rashpal Singh highlighted today’s launch came together at the most opportune time when the government is shifting its priority from the management of Covid-19 to restarting the nation’s economy and recovery from the impact. He added, “The high utilisation of public healthcare services has led to overcrowded facilities resulting in longer wait and initiatives such as medical research funding and reducing the burden in public hospitals can be looked into. We are ready to work with the Ministry of Health to complement the government’s hard work in improving the social wellbeing and health quality of fellow Malaysians.”

Datuk Dr. Rosli, consultant cardiologist at CVSKL also handed over a cheque for RM 1 million ringgit in a donation to CVSKL Foundation. 

Datuk Dr. Rosli, shared, “The establishment of CVSKL Foundation is an essential piece of the puzzle that will amplify CVSKL as a Centre of Excellence. In 2021 alone, our CSR efforts totalled up to RM4.15 million which benefitted 545 patients. With CVSKL Foundation unifying and intensifying this, I am certain we are able to help more people.”

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