The legacy of Pantai began with the establishment of the first Pantai Hospital, Pantai Medical Centre Bangsar, now known as Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur in 1974 as a 68 bedded hospital to serve the Malaysian... more community. It was the pioneer premier private hospital in Malaysia. Since then, Pantai has grown to a network of 9 hospitals across 6 states with a range of healthcare support services. Today, the group has assumed a leadership role in defining Malaysia as a regional medical hub by delivering unparalleled quality, service and value.
In line with the recent refreshed branding, the Pantai Group continues to deliver the highest standards of quality healthcare and ensures a continued dedication for the benefit of its patients and ultimately, the nation. The ‘Rebirth of Pantai’ signifies renewed strength in view of its future expansion within Malaysia and the region.
So far quite satisfied with services here. Staff was helpful, not as chatty as some, but nice. Waiting time was average, went here 2 times and entertained in less than 1 hour after appointment. Not bad... more really.
There's also few food stall, fast food restaurants on the premise. So food wasn't an issue. I just asked the staff what is the estimated time for my turn, then I went downstairs to grab food while waiting.
Very bad services. Appoinment said 12.30. But at last meet doctor 3.30. Crazy hospital. Especially on fertility consultation. Not recommended. Nurse also very bad services. What kind of appoinment is this?... more Crazy crazy crazy.
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