(Left back) Dr. Nick Low, (Centre) and Madam Tan Suet Guan with some of the staff receiving their relief cheques and provisions.

The recent devastating floods in the Klang Valley and several states in the country has caused much damage and despair to the community. The management of Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre (SKSMC) is very sympathetic to all Malaysians who have been impacted by the recent floods that have taken the nation by storm. “I was at home when the flood hit my place, Klang. I managed to save some important documents and some electrical goods. I am feeling very grateful to receive the flood relief fund from my employer”, said Muhammad Afiq Bin Abdul Rahman, a 23 years old staff nurse based at the Accident & Emergency Department of SKSMC. In the aftermath of the flood, Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre in partnership with sister company Southern Realty (M) Sdn Bhd joined hands to support, and contribute to the relief and reclamation of its employees who have been affected in the floods. The hospital management set up a flood relief fund of RM60,000.00 to aid 76 employees who had been impacted by the recent floods, while the generous provisions were donated by Southern Realty (M) Sdn Bhd. On Saturday, 15th January 2022, Dr Nick Low, Chairman of Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre and Managing Director of Southern Acids Berhad, together with Madam Tan Suet Guan, Hospital Director of Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre presented the relief assistance cheques, and distributed the provisions to the affected victims at the hospital premise. Each employee affected will receive between RM400 to RM2,600 depending on the severity of the flood damage to assist set them on the road to recovery and to rebuild their lives. “We hope the assistance provided to our staff will ease the burden experienced following the shattering floods,” said Madam Tan. Nurulaini Bt Mat Hassan, a 37-year-old front office assistant of SKSMC, shared that she wasn’t at home when the incident happened. “My family was upset and shaken about the state of our house filled with water and mud. However, we had to be resilient and hopeful during the distressing situation. I am very thankful to my management for the assistance received today,” she said.

Madam Tan presenting the cheque to Nurulaini Bt Mat Hassan, witnessed by Dr. Low (left).

In a statement by the management of SKSMC, it was made clear that the management of SKSMC is always looking out for the welfare of its SKSMC family. For further information on Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre, please surf to https://www.srikotamedical.com/ -end-


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