Sibu Hospital is the second largest hospital in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is the main tertiary and referral hospital for the Central Region of Sarawak, Malaysia. It serves as referral hospital for the District Hospitals along the Rejang basin and also Mukah, Saratok and Bintulu. In August 2014, the Ministry of Health announced that RM 15 million will be allocated to upgrade the hospital's facilities and equipment to turn the hospital into tertiary referral hospital in central region of Sarawak.
Hospital Sibu started operations in 1994. Previously, the medical needs of Sibu town was served by the Lau King Howe Hospital in downtown area. However, the old hospital soon grew too small for the growing population of the town. In view of this as well as the need for a more equipped hospital that could serve as referral centre for the Central Region of Sarawak, the federal governmentstarted construction on the present hospital.
Sibu Hospital has the capacity for 750 beds but currently the official bed count is 534. It is a referral hospital for the District Hospitals along the Rejang basin and also Mukah, Saratok and Bintulu Hospital. It provides basic speciality and a few sub speciality inpatient services. There are a wide range of outpatient specialist services. A number of sub speciality services are provided by visiting specialists from Kuching such as Nephrology, Cardiology and Neurosurgery.
In-patients Visiting Hours in Hospital Sibu:
Monday - Friday
12.30pm-2.00pm @ 4.30pm-7.30pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays
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