This program targets underprivileged families, urban poor families, and old folks home residents living around the Teluk Pulai and Klang area. With each session able to accommodate 12 beneficiaries seeking treatment, the physical wellbeing of up to 1,248 beneficiaries can be taken care of annually through this program. As this community is living within the vicinity of our community centre, it falls within our target service area. By being able to take care of the physical wellbeing of this community would also mean that they could continue to be employed and stay productive, which will then contribute back to the society and economy in the long run.
Dr Yong Kai Jian
Dr Yong graduated with first class honours at the Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from Inti International University, Malaysia and completed his internship at the First Affiliated Hospital of Shandong University of TCM, Jinan, China. He is a member of the Malaysian Chinese Medical Association (MCMA). Dr Yong serves as the Chinese physician for the program for every Tuesday. Dr Soh Shao Qi Dr Soh graduated with a Medical Degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Xiamen University, China in 2005, and has been a Chinese physician at his own clinic located at Taman Sentosa, Klang. He is a member of the Federation of Chinese Physicians and Medicine Dealers Associations of Malaysia (FCPMDAM). Dr Soh serves as the Chinese physician for the program every Wednesday.
Cost for project as below:
|Allowance for TCM Medical Practitioners (RM920 per month x 12 months)
|Medical Equipment and Medicine (RM500 per month x 12 months)
|Administrative Cost (RM300 per month x 12 months)
This project is run on Wednesday and Friday, with a target of a minimum 72 sessions within a 12 months’ period, serving a minimum of 500 beneficiaries seeking free medical treatment through the program.