Malaysians getting medical attention. “The mobile clinic service will be able to reach rural areas
and even indigenous communities who often have difficulty accessing clinics and hospitals,” said
The bariatric ambulance was also donated earlier by Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai. “I’ve always paid
attention to healthcare provision and medical issues in the country. I often visit institutions such as
orphanages, old folks home and NGOs to truly understand what are the pressing issues faced by
the nation,” said Lai.
“This mobile clinic is crucial in furthering the aim and core purpose of SJAM: to encourage and
promote all works of humanity for the relief of persons in sickness and distress without any
distinction of race, class, colour or creed,” said an attendant at the launch.
Group photo with local celebrities.