Where people come first
Whilst focusing on the reason for coming to the hospital we must empathize with their individual needs
Our staffs are trained to consider the physical psychological and social well-being of each individual who seeks our advice for their health care needs.
Doctors and nurses as well as non-clinical staffs have been trained to respect confidentiality and be sensitive to patients’ needs irrespective of their social and educational status.
We take pride in endeavoring to provide quality health care in the wholesome manner to patients’ who come to us. We do have provision for any suggestions or complaints to be taken seriously by the management, discussed and address the issues.
MCH Subfertility Centre
Conceiving a Baby is a happy occasion that many couples look forward to and it is best gift anyone could receive, and as humans, we are part of the miracle of giving life to another human as we propagate.
Appeal to Well Wishers
To establish a Centre of Excellence for Diabetic care sponsored by donors. During the last three decades of conflict U.K charities such as Ratnam Foundation and MIOT U.K have supported these clinics including medicines for patients.
Moolai Co-operative Hospital (MCH), was founded by Dr Kanagarayar who returned after serving in Malaysia (then known as Malaya), to provide much needed quality health care for the local community.