Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan Pahang

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan Pahang
Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan Pahang

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan Pahang (HTAA) is a government hospital located in Kuantan, Pahang…

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Kuantan Pahang (HTAA) 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 HTAA as an excellent health care center


Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan Pahang, Jalan Tanah Putih, 25100 Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia.


+6 09-557 2222 / 513 3333 / 513 3334 / 513 3335 513 1881


09-514 2712


[email protected]




Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan 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 851 beds state general hospital with specialist services available to outpatient and inpatient. Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan also a teaching hospital for International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).


Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA) has existed as a District Hospital around 1904 on 40.1 acres of land at the center of Kuantan City. Nipah-roofed wood-based structured building marks wards. Stronger roofing buildings have begun to be built in line with the growing needs. At that time, medical disciplines, wards and services were very limited.

The founder of the hospital is believed to have been pioneered by the British who have laid the foundations of modern medical services in the country. Until the Second World War, the medical officer in charge of the hospital was made up of British people, including Dr. Frazer.

During the Japanese rule, Kuantan District Hospitah was administered by a Malay doctor named Doctor Mohamad Said. Although the country was in the battlefield, the operation of the hospital remained smooth in the provision of treatment and services to patients comprising civilians and war victims. After the conquest of Malaya by the British army in 1945, the hospital was reappointed by the British.

When the country became independent, the government realized that medical services needed to be developed in tandem with the socio-economic development of its populations. When independence was achieved in 1957, the Pahang Capital had been transferred from Kuala Lipis to Kuantan.

In line with the transfer of state administrative center, Kuantan District Hospital has also been upgraded to General Hospital. Rock structure buildings have started to add to the existing wooden buildings with new services and treatment developments.

From this moment on, the development of the Kuantan Hospital has continued to grow rapidly until the establishment of a beautiful new beauty with complete equipment.

On 3 November 1995, Majesty the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Ahmad Shah agreed to officially open the new Kuantan Hospital building and named Kuantan Hospital as Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA).



  • Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA) will strive to provide efficient, equitable and equitable healthcare services to all communities through the use of appropriate technology and meet the environmental requirements and customer needs; with emphasis on quality, innovation, health promotion and respect for self-esteem and promoting individual responsibility and community participation towards quality life, to achieve Malaysia’s vision as a nation with individuals, families and societies.


  • Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA), Kuantan is determined to be an excellent health care center.


  • To achieve the vision, the Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA) will perform its services in accordance with the spirit of Professionalism, Care and Teamwork as recommended by the Ministry of Health Malaysia.


Services available at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan included:

Clinical Services

• 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

Non-Clinical Support

• Administration Unit
• Information Technology Unit
• Quality Unit
• Security Unit
• Revenue Unit

Directorate of Surgery

• Department of Orthopedic
• Department of Anaestiology
• Emergency Department and Trauma

Medical Directorate

• Department of Medicine
• Haemodialysis Department

Directorate of Women and Children

• Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Department of Pediatrics