Sacred Hope Haemodialysis Centre aims to serve kidney patients from all walks of life

Wee (centre) together with Lo (third right), Sacred Hope Haemodialysis Centre chairman Elder Ambrose Linang (second right), Yap (second left) and others cutting a ribbon to officially open Scared Hope Haemodialysis Centre.

KUCHING, March 6: Sacred Hope Haemodialysis Centre provide effective, quality and affordable haemodialysis treatment.

Kuching South City Council (MBKS) mayor Dato Wee Hong Seng representing Deputy Premier Dato Sri Dr Sim Kui Hian, said Sacred Hope Haemodialysis Centre also pledges to provide personal and professional health awareness consultation as well as counseling services.

“What impresses me, was its inclusivity in accepting patients of all genders and races regardless of religions, beliefs, cultural and social backgrounds. This exemplary and remarkable approach must be applauded and encouraged.


“I was further told, that the centre is adamant in creating a comfortable ambiance for its patients to ease in. It is my fervent hope that such noble pledges are upheld consistently, so that they are made an example for other similar institutions to emulate,” said Dr Sim whose text-of-speech was read out by Wee during the official opening of Sacred Hope Haemodialysis Association Kuching Dialysis Centre in Batu Kawah, today.

Dr Sim noted the centre works closely with Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat (JKM), Social Security Organisation (Perkeso), KWAP (Retirement Fund Inc), Tzu-Chi Foundation, State government agencies, statutory bodies, private organisations and relevant non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in identifying relevant patients in need, and subsequently providing adequate assistance to these patients.

This particular centre can accommodate the operation of 23 haemodialysis machines at maximum capacity, which can cater to a total of 138 haemodialysis patients.

“At present time, the centre operates 12 dialysis machines with three shifts per day, accommodating 59 patients,” he said.

Currently the centre operates 12 dialysis machines with three shifts per day.

Also present were Batu Kitang assemblyman Lo Khere Chiang and Kota Sentosa assemblyman Wilfred Yap. — DayakDaily