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Updated on 13-2-2011 SUN 12:56PM
|Flying Doctor Service
The Health Ministry has awarded State
Government-owned Sabah Air Aviation Sdn Bhd a Flying Doctor Service
contract for the next four years 2012 to 2016.
Flying Doctor Service, under the State Health Department, has served Sabah's rural population for over 37 years, making it a pioneer in this region.
The Health Ministry has been
working with the State Health Department for many years now to
ensure that the Primary Health Care Programme in rural regions is
executed in a seamless manner.
The service available today, and what most of us take for granted, is the result of years of fine-tuning and development by the health authorities and air service providers such as Sabah Air.
There is a growing
requirement to ensure rapid transfers between hospitals for critical
care patients, human organs to transplants and even transferring ill
and injured personnel of oil and gas offshore facilities to the
nearest appropriate hospitals.
Check list for expecting mother
List For Hospital Bag before Going To Hospital :
Nightdress / Nightgown (2 Sets) - Ideally loose fitting with buttons
to the front for easy breastfeeding.
¨ Dress / Robe (1-2 Sets) - For receiving visitors or when checking on baby in the nursery room.
¨ Warm Socks (2 Pairs) - To wear in the delivery room.
¨ Nursing Bras (2 Pairs) - For breastfeeding.
¨ Breast / Nursing Pads (A Few Pairs) - For breastfeeding.
¨ Disposable Underwear / Panties (4-5 Sets).
¨ Sanitary / Maternity Pads (1 Pack) - Most hospital will provide only one pack and will charge if you get more.
¨ Slippers (1 Set) - Preferably one with non-slip sole.
¨ Audio CD & Player / Books & Magazines - For relaxation.
¨ Breast Pump - Helps to stimulate milk production as babies tend to be sleepy during the first few days after birth.
¨ Nursing Pillow / Support - Assists in positioning of babies during breastfeeding especially for c-section mothers.
¨ Toiletries - Mild fragrance-free soap, shampoo and deodorant
¨ Toothbrush, Toothpaste & Floss
¨ Glasses or Contact Lenses
¨ Cosmetics & Make Up
¨ Comb / Hair Brush
¨ Hand phone & Charger
|¨ Camera, Batteries / Camcorder &
¨ Address Book / Phone Number List - To call to announce the birth of baby.
¨ Money - Preferably coins for vending machines or pay phone.
¨ Admission Form - Shall bring this form everywhere you go after 36 weeks gestation as you might deliver anytime.
¨ Infant Carrier / Moses Basket
|Going Back Home :|
|¨ Dress For Mother - Preferably a
loose fitting and comfortable outfits.
¨ Clothes For Baby.
¨ Mittens & Booties For Baby
¨ Receiving Blanket For Baby.
¨ Disposable Diapers For Baby.
þ Feeding Bottles & Teats
þ Teat & Bottle Brush
þ Pacifier & Pacifier Holder
þ Bottle Cleanser / Detergent
þ Bottle Tongs
þ Breast milk Storage Containers/Bags
þ Electric Bottle & Food Warmer
þ Nursing Tops
þ Nursing Bras
þ Breast/Nursing pads
þ Nursing Pillows/Supports
þ Nipple Cream
þ Cooler Bag & Cooling Aids
Formula Milk Container/Dispenser
þ Thermos Flask
þ Warmer Bag
þ Playpen / Playard (Optional)
þ Mattress - Latex / Fiber / Foam
þ Mattress Protector / Waterproof Pads
þ Bedding Co-ordinates (Cot Bumpers, Fitted Sheets, Comforters, Pillow & Bolsters)
þ Chest Of Drawers
Tops & Pants / Rompers / Sleep Suits
þ Mittens & Booties
þ Receiving Blankets / Thermal Blankets/Swaddling Blankets
Bathing & Grooming :
þ Bath Seat / Bath Bed / Bath Net
þ Wash Cloths / Sponges
þ Toiletries (Baby Bath, Baby Oil/Lotion, Baby Powder etc)
þ Bath Towels
þ Cotton Wool Balls / Swabs
þ Cotton Buds
þ Baby Comb & Brush
þ Baby Nail Clipper / Scissors
þ Bath Thermometer (Optional)
þ Tummy Binders
þ Nasal Aspirator / Cleaner
Changing & Diapering :
Changing Table & Changing Mat
þ Baby Wipes
þ Disposable Diapers / Nappies & Nappy Liners
þ Diaper Rash Cream / Barrier Cream
þ Safety Pins / Nappy Fasteners
Traveling Necessities :
þ Car Seat
þ Baby Carrier
þ Nursery Bag With Foldable Changing Mat
þ Sunshades (Optional)
Safety & Monitoring :
þ Baby Thermometer
Nappy / Clothes Detergent
þ Nappy / Clothes Softeners
þ Clothes Hangers
þ Laundry Basket (Optional)
Black & White Soft Toys / Flash Cards
þ Play Gym
þ Musical Mobiles / Rattling Toys
þ Baby care Books
Influenza H1N1 in
|WHAT TO DO... ?|
|1||Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze.|
|2||Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective.|
|3||Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.|
|4||Try to avoid close contact with sick people.|
|5||If you are sick with a flu-like illness, stay home for 7 days after your symptoms begin or until you have been symptom-free for 24 hours, whichever is longer, except to seek medical care or for other necessities.|
|6||Keep away from other household members as much as possible. This is to keep you from infecting others and spreading the virus further.|
|7||If you are sick and sharing a common space, wear a facemask.|
|8||Follow public health advice regarding school closures, avoiding crowds, and other social distancing measures.|
|9||If you don’t have one yet, consider developing a family emergency plan as a precaution. This should include storing a supply of extra food, medicines, and other essential supplies.|
MEMBINA DAN MENYIAPKAN SATU (1) BLOK WAS 3 - 6 TINGKAT DI HOSPITAL TAWAU
|Architect :||Arkitek Ilihani|
|Consultant :||CMC Kosultant|
|Contractor :||Prokosman Konsultant|
|Electrical :||Sistem Konsultan Sdn. Bhd.|
|Tawau Hospital doctor shortage
should be addressed promptly
Read more: Tawau Hospital doctor shortage should be addressed promptly - Latest - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/tawau-hospital-doctor-shortage-should-be-addressed-promptly-1.34441#ixzz1neYHbpjV
|General Hospital Tawau 1924
- A small public hospital close to the
shore with no medical officer.
A medical doctor Ernst Sternfeld was sent from Sandakan to Tawau between 1939-1940 for only a few months.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kota Kinabalu
Queen Elizabeth Hospital - the largest hospital in Sabah. Opened on 14th
September 1957. The hospital is one kilometer from the KK city centre with an
area of 42 acres. Capacity to accommodate up to 745 beds.
The hospital provides the following in-house services:
1- Internal medicine,
3- General Surgery,
4- Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
7- Oral Surgery,
12- Paediatric Surgery,
13- Urology and Vascular surgery.
The hospital also provides visiting specialist services in Neurosurgery, Neurology and Haematology.
May 16, 2012 10:47:18 AM