SJMC gives back to Subang Jaya community for its 37th anniversary

SUBANG Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) celebrates its 37 years of service by giving back to the community of Subang Jaya, Selangor.

SJMC CEO Bryan Lin (second from left) presented a mock cheque for 37 complimentary 3D mammogram screenings to Subang Jaya state assemblyman Michelle Ng and another mock cheque to Kelvin Chew of Persatuan Bantuan Kecemasaan dan Bomba Komuniti Subang Jaya in support of the Subang Jaya community ambulance. 

Lin also presented long-service awards to 33 doctors and staff members who have served for 31 years and more in conjunction with SJMC’s anniversary.

“At the heart of our celebration is people. As I look around this room, I honour the rich legacy of SJMC to those who have laid strong foundations through their expertise, unwavering passion and dedication throughout the past 37 years,” he said in a recent statement.

“Today, we continue to build from strength to strength, locally and regionally. One of our strong local supporters has been the people of Subang Jaya. Many babies of Subang were born here and went on to build families.

“So, on this special occasion, it gives me great joy to give back to the community of Subang Jaya,” he added.

SJMC has been at the forefront of the Malaysian private healthcare industry, having opened its doors in 1985. 

The hospital is known for pioneering many firsts and is a recognised name for medical tourism. Named as the Best Hospital of the Year 2022 by Frost and Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Award for a second consecutive year, the hospital continues to ride the wave of innovation for medical excellence.

The flagship hospital under the Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care group, SJMC is accredited by the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health and Joint Commission International, a globally recognised accreditation for medical services. SJMC’s laboratory is also an internationally recognised MS ISO 15189 accredited since 2009. — TMR / pic courtesy of SJMC