SEPANG: Property developer Sunsuria Bhd launched the first project under its community welfare initiative, Sunsuria Care, providing basic medical services and support to its community.
The company is looking to expand the Sunsuria Care Hub into a medical clinic by the end of the year, as well as roll out more Care Hubs in both its upcoming and existing developments.
Sunsuria Care Hub targets the township’s multigenerational residents. It is open daily, as well as being accessible face-to-face, phone call and WhatsApp.
"Making wellbeing accessible extends to designing communal amenities and spaces with the considerations of everyone in the community in mind,” Executive Chairman Ter Leong Yap said.
Ter shared that the company will continue investing in the healthcare business as it could enhance the social well-being of the community and serve as a catalyst for the creation of recurring income streams.
Services include complementary vital signs assessment, first aid assistance, and home nursing services. Residents will also be able to rent medical equipment from the centre at a minimal fee. For an all-ages experience, health talks, chiropractic demonstrations, and first-aid workshops will be organised.
“With longer life expectancy and multigenerational living as the norm in Malaysia, the Care Hub is timely and relevant. With convenient and accessible home-based healthcare services, residents can care for their family’s well-being amid hectic work schedules and achieve work-life balance,” Healthcare Chief Executive Officer Audrey Ooi said.
"It is quite difficult for someone to focus on their family at home due to the hectic work schedule. By bringing healthcare services closer to homes, I believe Sunsuria residents can feel relieved that their loved ones have direct access to professional emergency medical assistance when they are not at home," she added.
Sunsuria Care Hub Director Diana Tan was also present at the launching ceremony.