Monday November 26, 2012
By CHRISTINA TAN
Abdul Ghani(centre)signing the plaque at the ground-breaking ceremony looking on were Tan Beng Tong(right)and Dr Lee (left).
SEGAMAT: A haemodialysis centre here will receive RM1mil from the Johor government to fund a portion of its expansion project to build a new building with 100 dialysis units.
Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman announced the allocation for Wisma Pertubuhan Hemodialysis Muhibbah Segamat Monday at the groundbreaking ceremony for the project at Bandar Putra.
The RM8mil project, consiststing of a six-storey building, is expected to be completed by end of next year.
The new facility will be able to receive up to 300 patients per day compared with 150 patients currently, said the centre chairman Tan Sri Tan Beng Tong.
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