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Department of Statistics Malaysia
The Department of Statistics was established in 1949 under the provisions of the Statistics Ordinance 1949 and was then known as the Bureau of Statistics. The statistics produced at that time were limited to external trade and estate agriculture. In 1965, the name of Bureau of Statistics was changed to the Department of Statistics, Malaysia and operated under the provisions of the Statistics Act 1965 (Revised 1989). At the same time, the statistical offices in Sabah and Sarawak became branches of the Department of Statistics headquartered in Kuala Lumpur. In Peninsular Malaysia, state offices were established in stages from 1971 to 1982. In the government organisational structure, the Department of Statistics, Malaysia is placed under the Prime Minister's Department.
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Selayang Hospital
Selayang Hospital is a hospital with 960 inpatient beds and 20 clinical disciplines located in Selayang in the Gombak District, Selangor. This hospital provides secondary and selected national tertiary care services.

In the planning and implementation of Selayang Hospital, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has taken cognisance of the objective of Vision 2020 whereby Malaysia shall reach the status of a developed country by 2020, and of the MOH vision. This implies that Selayang Hospital is designed and equipped to meet world class standards.
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IOI Corporation Ltd.
Vision IOI represents the omnipotent backbone of the IOI Group, as well as the foundation of the Group's Code of Business Conduct. In a nutshell it epitomizes the strategic intent of the Group to lead and excel in all its core business areas by embracing an all-encompassing organizational concept known as the Purpose-Driven Organization. Under the Vision IOI framework, all operating divisions within the Group are clearly and steadfastly aligned to a common corporate platform and driven by commonly shared goals and core values, guided and supported by strategies, operating principles, action plans, controls and monitoring systems that focus on enhancing stakeholders’ value and returns on a long term, consistent and sustainable basis.
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Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre

Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, comprises a 330-bed tertiary care hospital and a separate Medical Office Building (MOB) accommodating consultants of various specialties and sub-specialties for outpatient services.

The MOB comprises 110 specialists consulting suites, a 180-seat auditorium on the top floor with a retail pharmacy, a bank and a cafe on the ground floor. Specialists practicing in the MOB are independent practitioners.
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Pantai Premier Pathology Pte. Ltd.
Pantai Premier Pathology Pte. Ltd.,(PPPSB) formerly known as Premier Carrier Sdn. Bhd, was incorporated in July 1997 as a wholly owned subsidiary company of Pantai Support Services Sdn. Bhd. which in turn is wholly owned by Pantai Holdings Berhad. Pantai Premier Pathology Sdn Bhd (PPPSB), is a registered company in Malaysia (Company registration :438067-X). PPPSB provides a diverse range of quality diagnostic and analytical laboratory testing services to referring medical practitioners. Referrals are received from a broad serving base of general practitioners and specialist doctors, from medical clinics, medical centres to large tertiary hospitals in Malaysia.
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National Heart Centre
From the humble beginnings as a government hospital in July 1992, IJN was corporatised in September of the same year. This was the beginning of an era of sophisticated and computerised cardiovascular medicine in Malaysia.

IJN is dedicated to serving the needs of heart patients by providing cardiology, paediatric cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery services for both adult and paediatric cases. Today, IJN has highly competent team of cardiologists, paediatric cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiac anaesthetists, support staff and the most up-to-date equipment to handle emergencies and even the most complicated cases.
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Fuzhou General Hospital
Fuzhou General Hospital (FGH) has been providing high quality, patient-focused care since the 1950’s. With revenue of 340 million Renminbi (RMB) in 2003 and 1200 beds, FGH is one of leading hospitalsin the Province of Fujian, People’s Republic of China. FGH began automating its systems in 1998, and has since become one of the most “high tech” hospitals in China with 1042 workstations, 22 separate systems and 95 subsystems, including integrated HIS, PACS, and LIS. After visiting this military hospital, Mr. Shuzhong Bai, Minister of the Department of Military Healthcare, said: "Generally, the IT standard of Chinese military hospitals is high compared with others in the country, and FGH is the best of the Chinese military hospitals."
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Saudi Arabia
Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City (The Largest Rehabilitation Hospital in the WORLD)
As a one of a kind rehabilitation center, the Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City provides much needed rehabilitation services for the disabled and injured who can benefit from rehabilitation.

The Humanitarian City focuses on meeting the unique needs of various disabilities and illnesses with the goal of returning the patient to community at their highest functional level.