ONE-OF-A-KIND TWIN FACILITIES IN PENANG
H AMBULATORY CARE CENTRE & BEFIT WELLNESS HUB
H Ambulatory Care Centre and BeFit Wellness Hub are the twin facilities created in that direction to prioritise humancentred , affordable value care as well as early detection and proactive prompt management of human diseases and the ageing process in this system .
H Ambulatory Care Centre is neither a hospital , nor a normal outpatient clinic . It stands inbetween , and falls under the category of Ambulatory Care Center by definition . It is an excellent choice for patients whose sicknesses are too severe to be treated as outpatients in a conventional clinic and at the same time do not need a high cost , less personalised sophisticated hospital with multidisciplinary management .
Furthermore , hospital charges had escalated to a level that raises significant concern among patients , insurance companies and generous employers who pay the medical expenses of their employees . The benefits of this category of care center go beyond just cost saving . Being not too big , not too complex , and low patient volume center , H Ambulatory
From the left : Mr Lau Eng Hong , Executive Director of H Healthcare Group Second from the left : Mr Md Bipul Nazir , Founder and Managing Director of H Healthcare Group Third from the left : Dato ’ Sri Ti Lian Ker , Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports From the right : Dr Victor Ti Lian Geh , Deputy Chairman of H Healthcare Group
Care Centre is intrinsically easier to manage with smart management to ensure value care and a more personalised human care with optimal communication that can be very comforting and satisfying .
Naturally , within such set-up , clinical decisions would have to rely more on human ( doctor ' s ) decisions based on patient ' s detail history and physical findings which are often the most important pointers of the patient ' s diseases . The management of the patients would naturally be more human-based , or in other words , less mechanical . The use of expensive high-tech equipment may often be rendered irrelevant .
Patients with more severe diseases who require more prolonged , complex and multidisciplinary management shall be appropriately referred to the most relevant conventional hospitals of their own choice based on truthful information provided by H Ambulatory Care Centre doctors . The patients '