Chief Secretary Tan Sri Mohd Zuki Ali visited the construction site of the upcoming Seri Iskandar Hospital yesterday to have a closer look at the federal project under the allocation from the Development Expenditure (DE).
Expected to be completed by the end of 2024, the upcoming Seri Iskandar Hospital will have a capacity of 4 wards with 76 beds.
The 18.9-acre facility worth RM145.7 million is set to provide medical and health accessibility to over 95,000 residents at Seri Iskandar and its vicinity.
It is aimed to meet the increasing need for treatment services in the area.
A briefing on the latest progress of the project was presented by Dato’ Ir Roslan Ismail, Director of Construction.
“I am satisfied with the development of the project which is ahead of schedule,” Mohd Zuki said via a recent statement on his official Facebook page.
“I hope all parties involved in the implementation of the project will maintain this momentum and cooperation in fulfilling expectations for the wellbeing of the people as well as in line with the aspiration of the Malaysian Family.
Present were Datuk Harjeet Singh, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Health, Dato’ Ahmad Suaidi Abdul Rahim, State Secretary and Dato’ Sollehuddin Alyubi Zakaria, Senior Deputy Secretary-General of the Prime Minister’s Department.
by Tan Mei Kuan