Bandar Tun Razak residents want a health clinic


CHERAS: The average elderly population in Tun Razak’s town expressed their hope to see another health clinic in this area as the existing clinic is already overcrowded and makes it difficult for outpatients.

Based on the survey Utusan Malaysia, For now, the area has two health clinics, the Bandar Tun Razak Health Clinic and the Cheras Health Clinic, but the density of local residents causes them to wait up to five hours before it’s their turn to see a doctor.

The complaint was voiced by Abdul Razak Salleh, one of the residents in Taman Mulia who also voiced his wish that a new health clinic be built but in its own area and not in the shop lot area to provide comfort to the elderly while waiting for their turn.

“We seniors here have to wait at least four or five hours before we get our turn. Usually my wife and I will arrive at the clinic at 8 am but at 12 or 1 pm we are called into the doctor’s room.

“If you follow, the two health clinics here are never quiet, because there are too many people. Even while waiting, we usually didn’t have time to eat breakfast because we were afraid of missing our turn.

“At this Bandar Tun Razak Health Clinic, the clinic is in the last lot shop area. We usually wait outside the building, under a tent set up in front of the clinic. That’s why if possible, let there be another clinic so that the elderly can wait inside the building and be comfortable, not hot and not exposed to the rain,” he said.

In a different development, Abdul Razak, 65, who works as a small-scale hawker in the area near Taman Mulia also expressed his regret at retail shop traders for selling daily necessities more expensively than supermarkets such as 99 Speedmart and KK Mart.

He said that the price difference of up to RM3 for dishwashers is seen as putting pressure on consumers and he hopes that the responsible party will take appropriate action against the shop owners.

“There are some items such as dishwashing detergent, flour… if you go to a normal supermarket, new dishwashing soap costs RM3.50 but in normal shops it can go up to RM6. To me, that price is a bit extreme because as buyers, we don’t care if the difference is just a few tens of cents or a penny. But the price they put is expensive,” he said. – MESSENGER





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