The Miri Hospital is a moderately sized hospital located in the Sarawak province of Malaysia and opened in 1995. The hospital is located in the ‘Morning Light’ suburb of Miri and provides a range of specialist services, including; opthalmology, orthopedics, anesthesiology and radiology. The hospital design was based on the nucleus hospital concept that has had prevalence in the design of hospitals in the UK. The hospital serves a large urban population and also runs a large blood bank.
In 2011 the hospital had funds allocated for four development projects, including the construction of two new operating theatres, a new infectious diseases ward, upgrading the current pathology lab and creating a new medical laboratory. The funds for this came from the Ninth Malaysia Plan. Additionally, the government provided fund to help transfer patients to larger hospitals when required and provide a transport service to assist the hospital’s rural catchment.
The hospital has 17 specialists, but is earmarked for an increase in the number of specialists located at the hospital.
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