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Health talk on stroke, chest pain and LASIK surgery

28th July, 2018

SANDAKAN: Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Hospital will be organising a health talk on stroke, chest pain and LASIK surgery in collaboration with the National Association of Malaysian Life Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAMLIFA), Sandakan Tourism Association and Sandakan Government Pensioners’ Association.

The health talk will be held at Sabah Hotel from 12pm to 4pm on August 4 and will be officiated by State Health and People’s Wellbeing Minister Stephen Wong, Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Hospital Chief Executive Officer Noel Cheah said here on Friday.

“On hand to deliver the topics for the day will be the hospital’s team of resident consultants. Neurologist Dr Chris Chong, cardiologist Dr. Ahmad Ashraf and ophthalmologist Dr Sim Pek Eng,” Cheah said.

According to Cheah, the three resident consultants will deliver an educational talk on stroke, chest pain and the LASIK, a surgical procedure that uses laser to correct near-sightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, respectively.

Cheah said admission is free and the organisers are targeting 200 participants. Those who attend the health talk also stand to win prizes in the lucky draw.

There is also a free LASIK screening during the event. Participants can make enquiries to the doctors at the end of the session, he added.

“Our mission is to deliver safe and quality healthcare through our dedicated team of professionals with patients at the centre of our care,” Cheah said.

At Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Hospital, we aim to be the leading international healthcare provider in Sabah and the hospital of choice for patients and healthcare professionals, Cheah said.

Among those present at the media conference were Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Sales and Marketing Manager Jacqueline Chin, NAMLIFA president Pang Jyn Yenn, Sandakan Tourism Association president Johnny Lim and Sandakan Government Pensioners’ Association vice president Chin Vui Ming. – By James Leong

   
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