The Occupational Health Clinic was designed to offer a unique service that enables workers and employers to maintain a high quality of health and safety in their workplace.
Occupational health is about the effect of work on your health and about making sure that you are fit and healthy for the work that you do. Going to work carries a risk of injury or ill-health. Besides accidents, people work with chemicals or are exposed to dust that can cause asthma and dermatitis, and working with the wrong posture or technique can bring about joint and muscle aches.
Much of this is preventable by cooperation between workers, employers and Occupational Health professionals. If you think you have a condition that is due to your workplace you can consult your panel doctors and discuss the condition with them.
The Occupational Health Clinic in University Malaya Medical Centre is a referral clinic available at the following time:
|Ground Floor, Menara Utama,
University Malaya Medical Centre,
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Call for an appointment at 03-7949 3730
The clinic is conducted by medical officers from the Occupational Safety Health and Environmental Unit, UMMC and lecturers and public health postgraduate students from the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine. The clinic is the first occupational health referral clinic in a hospital in Malaysia.
- Occupational Diseases Management
- Impairment Assessment
- Medical Surveillance
- Special Medical Examination