Student Health Clinic

Services

Services

  1. Benefits under this scheme include consultation and examination, treatment, electrocardiogram investigation, x-ray facilities in the University of Malaya Medical Centre, referral and admission to wards in Government or IPTA hospitals (with the exception of Putrajaya Hospital), medical evaluation for physical activities and medical reports.
  2. Referral to specialist and special investigation for example MRI, brain-scan and ultrasound only can be referred to University of Malaya Medical Centre if necessary by the Medical Officer.
  3. Health Examination Reports (PD1)

    • All new students are required to do a medical check-up including a chest x-ray and submit a complete report to the Student Health Clinic. The Clinic's staff may refuse to accept the medical report if it is incomplete or if the Chest x-ray has not been done. Failure to do so will result in the student being not eligible for any facility under the scheme.
    • All students are also required to submit all laboratory reports that has been done during the medical check-up
    • The medical check-up for new entrants can also be done in the Student Health Clinic, University of Malaya.

 Location

The Student Health Clinic is situated at Ground floor of Siswarama Faculty of Arts & Social Science. For the address, kindly click here

Clinic Hours

 Academic Week
Monday - Thursday
Friday
8.00 am - 7.00 pm
8.00am - 1.15 pm

2.45 pm - 7.00 pm
 Semester Break
Monday - Thursday
Friday
8.00 am - 5.00 pm
8.00am - 1.15 pm

2.45 pm - 5.00 pm

Registration Hours


Academic Week
Monday - Thursday
Friday
8.00 am - 6.30 pm
8.00am - 12.45 pm

2.45 pm - 6.30 pm
Semester Break
Monday - Thursday
Friday
8.00 am - 4.30 pm
8.00am - 1.15 pm

2.45 pm - 4.30 pm
 
Objectives

Main Objectives

The objectives are:

• To determine health status for new university entrants by screening their medical reports and calling up those with health problems for further investigation and management.

• To ensure continuous good health among university students through the "Primary Health Care Concept". 

• Under this concept, student will be able to achieve academic success and attain personal development.

• To provide health education for students so that they inculcate a positive attitude towards health and practice a healthy lifestyle.

Operational Objectives

1. To screen the medical report of every new student that has been handed in to ensure that the health status is satisfactory. Additionally, to re-examine the student if necessary and to report to the academic authorities about problems which need to be addressed or issue a referral to the specialist at the University of Malaya Medical Centre.

2. To offer a comprehensive and effective medical and health service including specialist services at the University of Malaya Medical centre and government hospitals.

3. To keep the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs Division informed of situations that could affect the health of students from the aspect of contagious diseases and food.

Guarantee Letter

1. Under the Student Health Scheme, all students who are admitted to Government or IPTA Hospital are to obtain Guarantee Letter issued by the Student Health Clinic's Medical Officer for submission to the hospital authorities concerned.

2. Student also need to obtain the Guarantee Letter before going for any follow-up in any Government or IPTA Hospital.

3. During an emergency, student can seek treatment at any Government or IPTA Hospital. Any payment made can be reimbursed by submitting the original receipt / invoice to the Student Health Clinic within 14 days from the date of issuance of this receipt / invoice.

4. Any payment made for non-emergency cases or cold cases during Student Health Clinic's working hours are not claimable or reimbursable.

5. Expenses will not be made or reimbursed by the Student Health Clinic if the student fails to obtain the Guarantee Letter before proceeding for any treatment.

6. Purchase of Prostethic Devices, Surgical Implants, Dentures, Special Drugs are not covered under this scheme.

7. This scheme does not cover the costs of Hospitalisation and In-patient treatment of International students

Others

Medical Condition And Facilities NOT PAYABLE Under The Scheme 

A member is not entitled to the following under the Scheme;

• Cost for pregnancy test, pregnancy and its complications, delivery, investigation of infertility, family planning, cosmetic treatment, coronary-by-pass, organ transplant, bone marrow transplant, kidney dialysis, treatment for AIDS, or any other illness or treatment which involves the same cost of treatment incurred by the illness or treatment mentioned;

• The cost of any dentures, hearing aids, crutches, splints, orthopedic aids, or any other medical surgical or dental appliances whatsoever; Or

• Any medical or dental treatment whatsoever or hospitalisation that takes place outside Malaysia, regardless whether the presence of the member outside Malaysia is at the insistence of the University of otherwise.

• Cost for special drugs.
  
Hepatitis B Screening And Vaccination 

Screening for Hepatitis B at the cost of RM20.00. Vaccination for Hepatitis B is also available at a cost of RM26.00/dose. All payment must be made at the Student Health Clinic.

Contact

Address:

Student Health Clinic
Ground Floor
Bangunan Siswarama
Faculty of Arts & Social Science
University of Malaya
50603 Kuala Lumpur

Phone Number: 03-79676445
E-mail: kkpum@um.edu.my
Last Update: October 30, 2017