Subang MP to Seek Detailed Schedule for Construction of Klinik Kesihatan in USJ1

SUBANG Member of Parliament Wong Chen is hot on the heels of the Ministry of Health and the Selangor State Health Department to seek a detailed schedule for the construction of Subang Jaya’s Klinik Kesihatan in USJ1.

Work on the RM50mil much-needed facility is scheduled to begin in the last quarter of this year and is expected to be fully completed by 2028.

“We have noticed land-clearing at the site of the Klinik Kesihatan in USJ1. But we have not received any updates on the detailed schedule for the construction. I have written to the Ministry of Health, Selangor Health Department, Selangor Public Works Department, Selangor Lands and Mines Department and the Subang Jaya City Council to request for a thorough briefing and update session on the construction plans.”

“I have asked for a timeline for the ground-breaking ceremony, the schedule of construction as well as when construction will be completed. I have also asked for when the klinik will be operational,” he said.

Wong Chen said he will also table the questions in Parliament during the June-July Sitting.

The Klinik Kesihatan will be built on a 4.238-acre (17,140 sq m) land in USJ1, approximately the size of two football fields. Once operational, it will have the capacity to attend to 500-800 patients at any given time.

The facility will offer a range of services, including outpatient and emergency departments, a pharmacy with a drive-thru facility, imaging services, maternal and child health care, pathology, dental services, and rehabilitation departments.