Hospital Sibu is a government hospital located in Sibu, Sarawak….
Hospital Sibu provides medical services to all communities in the state and surrounding areas to ensure the health of the community is enhanced and the delivery of information is channeled more effectively.
This is in line with its objective of this hospital as an excellent health care center.
Hospital Sibu, Batu 5 1/2, Jalan Ulu Oya, 96000 Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia.
+6 084 – 343 333
084 – 337 354
Hospital Sibu set up for help an individual achieve and maintain a health standard to enable him to carry out productive economic and social life
This can be achieved by providing efficient, effective and effective treatment, rehabilitation, treatment and rehabilitation services with emphasis on underprivileged groups.
Hospital Sibu is the second largest hospital in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia. This hospital is the secondary referral centre for eight district hospitals located in the central region of Sarawak, namely Kanowit, Kapit, Mukah, Dalat, Daro, Sarikei, Saratok, and Betong. Furthermore, urgent cases from Bintulu hospital are also referred to this hospital.
Before Hospital Sibu started operation, medical needs of Sibu town was previously served by the Lau King Howe Hospital located in the downtown area. In order to accommodate the growing medical needs of the Sibu population, the Malaysian government has constructed Sibu hospital in 1994.
In 2014, a new pathology complex was completed with a pathologist stationed at the hospital. Sibu hospital is accredited by the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH).
Services available at Hospital Sibu included:
• Dietetic and Meals Department
• Department of Pharmacy
• Dentistry Unit
• Medical Social Work Unit
• Pathology Unit
• Occupational Rehabilitation Unit
• Health Education Unit
• Imaging and Diagnostic Unit
• Medical Records Unit
• Physiotherapy Unit
• Optometry Unit
• Administration Unit
• Information Technology Unit
• Quality Unit
• Security Unit
• Revenue Unit
Directorate of Surgery
• Department of Orthopedic
• Department of Anaestiology
• Emergency Department and Trauma
• Department of Medicine
• Haemodialysis Department
Directorate of Women and Children
• Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Department of Pediatrics