Hospital Tapah

Hospital Tapah
Hospital Tapah

Hospital Tapah is a government hospital located in Tapah, Sabah….

Hospital Tapah 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 Tapah, Jalan Temoh, 35000 Tapah, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.


+6 05 – 401 1333


05 – 401 2333


[email protected]




Hospital Tapah 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.

The Hospital is a 110 beds hospital and it is a non-specialist district hospital providing outpatient services and inpatient services.


Initially the establishment of this hospital was built and functioned in 1888 at the end of Jalan Raja to collide with Jalan Station. The place has now been erected with the building of the Merdeka Hall, the Public Works Department and the Territorial Army.

The existing building is the house (Kuarters) at the ‘Gate 10’ of Jalan Station and Territorial Army Building. The location was very suitable at that time as there were nearby government offices. In 1917, after the First World War, the hospital had moved to the location at Jalan Temoh, 1 km. from home.

The facilities provided were 9 ward facilities with 217 beds, Surgical Hall, Office, Draft, Mortuary and 14 kuli line built. In 1940, Punjab troops were stationed in the hospital as their camp to fight the Japanese army and the Hospital was transferred to an area within Batang Padang Estate, Pahang Road, Tapah. In 1905 part of St. Louis church Mary was taken to the hospital site now.

Upon completion of the war in 1945, the hospital was transferred back to its present location. That year was created a special ward for Leprosy patients (at that time called the Attap Ward) because the ward was made and designed by the iron and the roof of the nipah where all the tools used for the patient were burned after the leprosy patients came out or died.

Since 1962 some old buildings have been renovated. Some new buildings are also built.



We PROMISE to provide professional, safe, friendly, caring and quality services.

  1. We will prioritize critical and semi-critical cases in emergency departments and trauma with waiting times as follows:
    – All critical cases (red zone) are treated immediately.
    – All semi-critical cases (yellow zone) are treated within 15 minutes.
    – Other cases (green zone) will be seen according to the patient’s priority.
  2. Outpatient clinics and specialist clinics will be given priority by turn and / or patient condition. preference will be given to children, pregnant women, senior citizens and people with disabilities.
    – Information will be provided to customers regarding illness and care.
    – The confidentiality of personal information, illness and care provided to patients is           guaranteed.
    – Clean, comfortable and secure facilities and environment are available.



  • Be an excellent hospital by providing professional, efficient and ethical service to all patients.


  • Provide high quality, comprehensive, comprehensive and effective service to all societies.
    Create and provide a friendly, comfortable and safe environment for patients, families and hospital staff. Cooperate and commit to improving the health of the community. Use an existing source optimally in giving the best care.


Services available at Hospital Tapah included:


  • Emergency & Trauma
  • Specialist & Follow Up Clinic
  • Nursing
  • Hemodialysis
  • Infection Control

Clinical Support

  • Pathology & Blood Transfusion
  • Diagnostic ImagingXRay
  • Pharmacy &Integration Store
  • Occupational Therapy
  •  Physiotherapy
  • Kitchen & Dietetic
  •  CSSS
  • Quality Assurance
  • Records Office

Non Clinical

  • Administration &Finance
  •  Engineering
  • Information Technology