Services & Procedures


We have a reputable team of Residents and Visiting Medical Consultants who are well qualified and experienced in their respective field.

They are strongly supported by a dedicated nursing team and paramedical staff in all the discipline of medicine to deliver personalised service.

The combined force provides specialised outpatient as well as inpatient services.

  • Anaestesiology
  • Day Surgery
  • Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)
  • General Surgery
  • General & Internal Medicine
  • Gastroscopy/Colonoscopy/ERCP
  • Immunization & Vaccination Services
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Maternity & Gynaecology Services
  • Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery
  • Obestetrics & Gynaecology Services
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Paediatric Surgery/Urology
  • Urology
  • Diet Counseling
  • Pharmacy & Laboratory Services
  • Physiotherapy, Rehabilitative & Occupational Therapy Services
Accident & Emergency

The unit is open 24-hours and 7 days a week providing care to more than 20,000 patients each year. All emergency cases will be attended by our very experienced Medical Officer specially trained to handle trauma and emergency cases and a team of highly experienced nurses.

Referral to specialist is done immediately when necessary.

The unit is also equipped with a minor operation theatre for minor surgeries and other emergency procedures.

Anaesthesiology & Intensive Care

He is a specialist who is specially trained to provide the following services:-

When patient has to undergo an operation, the anaesthesiologist visits the patient to reassure him and discuss the type of anaesthesia to be used. He also identifies any other concurrent medical conditions, which may affect the anaesthetic and takes steps to stabilize these conditions. He may also order a sedative the night before surgery to allow the patient a restful sleep.

Most patient scheduled for an operation are fearful of pain and wrought with anxiety. The anaesthesiologist's role is to ensure that a patient has no pain throughout the procedure. He may do so by the following techniques:-

-General Anaesthesia
The patient is asleep and is unaware of the operation until it's over when the anaesthesiologist will wake him up.

-Regional Anaesthesia
The patient is awake but feels no pain because the operative site, e.g. Hand or legs is made pain free. If the patient is anxious, the anaesthesiologist may make the patient calm or sleepy by the administration of appropriate drugs.

-Local Anaesthesia
The patient is also awake. This procedure is performed by inject of local anaesthetic medication to numb only a small area of nerves at the site where the surgeon plans to operate such as for cataract surgery.

After the operation, the patient may feel pain for a day or two. The anaesthesiologist can help to relief the pain by several measures. One modern method is the use of a computer-aided device, which delivers a pain killer every time the patient presses a button. The patient is therefore in full control of his own pain relief.

It is now possible to deliver a baby without labour pain. The anaesthesiologist can perform an epidural to give Pain relief throughout the entire labour and until the baby is delivered.

A seriously ill patient can suddenly stop breathing or develop a cardiac arrest. The anaesthesiologist is part of the team who will resuscitate such a patient and restore him to life. This setting can happen in the Accident & Emergency Department when a patient is just admitted and occasionally in others parts of the hospital.

Very ill patients need cardio-respiratory support in the intensive care ward. Such as patients have an unstable blood circulation and unable to breath well. Patients also have poor nutrition and need very close monitoring. Here, the anaesthesiologist acts as an intensivist and breathes for the patients with the help of a life support machine (ventilator) until the patient's condition improves

Laboratory Services

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Quality Policy

At Lablink everyone of us from both the technical and administrative sections work in harmony in pursuing and meeting QUALITY STANDARDS in laboratory practice. We shall meet the needs and expectations of the medical practitioners who are our direct clients and in doing so our service will provide maximum benefits and satisfaction to the patients.

We take every opportunity given to us by our client doctors to make their already complex job easier, by providing accurate laboratory results and correct interpretations along with appropriate advice in the quickest possible "turn around" time. We work hard towards achieving this goal and helping our doctors to keep up with the continued advances in laboratory science. In providing prompt, cordial and cost effective service, patients' welfare is uppermost on the mind of our staff.


The laboratory is equipped with the latest state-of-art facilities providing services such as

- Clinical Biochemistry
- Hematology
- Blood Transfusion Services
- Microbiology/Urinology
- Immunology
- Hispathology/Cytology

Operating hours

Sunday – Thursday :
8.30 am – 5.00 pm

Friday :
8.30 am – 12.30 pm

Laboratory is open on Sunday/Public Holiday and after office hours. Overtime charge is charged on the tests done during these hours.

Please visit our website for further information.

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Diagnostic Imaging Services

Radiology is the branch or specialty of medicine that deals with the study and application of imaging technology like x-ray and radiation to diagnosing and treating disease. Radiologists are physicians that utilize an array of imaging technologies (such as ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to diagnose or treat disease. Interventional radiology is the performance of (usually minimally invasive) medical procedures with the guidance of imaging technologies. The acquisition of medical imaging is usually carried out by the radiographer.

Facilities and services

1. Ultrasound
2. Computerised Tomography ( CT Scan)
3. Magnectic Resonance Imaging (MRI)-open system
4. General X-ray

General Radiography

A basic radiological imaging procedure on body parts upon clinician request


A technique of using ultrasound modality to produce images within the body to diagnose and high frequency of sound wave is use instead of radiation.

Utrasound Examination

Ultrasound images help in the diagnosis of a wide range of diseases and conditions, including stomach problems. During an ultrasound test, high-frequency sound waves, inaudible to the human ear, are transmitted through body tissues using an instrument called a transducer, which transmits the information to a computer that displays the information on a monitor.

It is used to create images of soft tissue structures, such as the gallbladder, liver, heart, kidneys, pancreas, bladder, thyroid gland, prostate, female reproductive organs, and even of babies in the uterus.

Ultrasound can also measure the flow of blood in the arteries to detect blockages.

Types of ultrasound examination:
- Abdomen
- Pelvic region
- Liver, gall bladder and pancreas
- Thyroid
- Breast
- Heart (echocardiogram)


Application suite

Neuro Suite
-ADC maps
-3D Myelo

Angio Suite
-Contrast enhanced MRA
-Non-Contrast MRA and Venography

Body Suite
Ortho Suite
Pediatric Suite
Scientific Suite (Radar)

Also known as magnetic resonance imaging, is a pain-free non-invasive test used to produce two dimensional images of body structures by using intense magnetic fields on to patient body.

Common MRI investigation
- Brain - Lesion , bleed or looking for early detection of infarct
- Extremities and joints.
- Spines and spinal cord
- MR angio.

How to get our service
Request for x-ray examination must be referred by consultants and general practitioner via

1. Request form
2. Appointment via phone (need referral letter upon arrival)
3. On line request (available within hospital premises)
4. Memmo instruction by authorized qualified medical personnel.

CT Scanning
Computed tomography or CT scan (previously known as CAT scan, the "A" standing for "axial") uses a high amount of ionizing radiation (in the form of X-rays) in conjunction with a computer to create images of both soft and hard tissues.

These images look as though the patient was sliced like bread (thus, "tomography"-- "tomo" means "slice"). The machine looks similar to an MRI machine, but is not related.

The exams are generally short, most lasting only as long as a breath-hold.

A CT scan can be used to study all parts of your body, such as the brain,chest, abdomen, pelvis, or an arm or leg. It can take pictures of body organs, such as the liver,pancreas, intestines, kidneys, bladder, adrenal glands, lungs, and heart. It also can study blood vessels, bones, and the spinal cord.

It combines many x-ray images with the aid of a computer to generate cross-sectional views and, if needed, three-dimensional images of the internal organs and structures of the body. A CT scan is used to define normal and abnormal structures in the body with high resolution images.

CT Scan is used to diagnose such as:
- Brain defect of bleed
- Bone defect
- Lung defect
- Bleed in other organs
- Lesion
- Vertebral defect
- CT Angiography (CTA)
- 3D reconstruction
- Dental MPR scan

What you need to do for CT examination.
- Patient must be in the department 15 minute earlier .
- Patient with medication must inform the radiographer on duty.
- Radio opaque should be removed

Note : Liquid diluted gastrografin (contrast media) to be taken orally 20-30 minutes before examination (as required).

Physiotherapy Services

KPJ Bandar Maharani Specialist Hospital provides physiotherapy care for inpatients and outpatient under trained Physiotherapists that located at second floor of the hospital premises. Consultant's referral is required for all physio-services and our experienced Physiotherapist will help patient overcome their physical problems and improve wellbeing and fitness.

Our Specialized Physiotherapy Services include:

  • Musculoskeletal pain rehabilitation
  • Sports injury rehabilitation
  • Post arthroscopic and post replacement rehabilitation
  • Back and neck rehabilitation
  • Cardiorespiratory rehabilitation
  • Neurological rehabilitation

Objective of the Services:

  • To carry out appropriate physiotherapy assessments of each client's accordingly based on their condition, problem and needs.
  • To develop and manage treatment or training program based on mutual acceptable goals for clients and therapist.
  • To educate patients/caregivers regarding self-help, home treatment programs and to involve them closely in the management of patients conditions.
  • To re-evaluate client's problems and progress throughout treatment and make appropriate changes or adaptations to treatment choices.
  • Serve as a resource centre in providing counselling/advice for prescribing appropriate rehabilitation aids based on the needs of individual clients or healthcare provider.
  • To support and provide opportunities for continuing education and training for all staff.
  • To build effective working relationship within the healthcare community.

We offer Physiotherapy Services for all range of musculoskeletal problems. Our Physiotherapists work to restore function, movement and health through assessment and treatment of the patient's medical status and movement disorder. The treatment focuses on:

  • Functional mobility training
  • Gait training
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Pain management – electrotherapy
  • Postural correction and education
  • Balance and neuromuscular re-education
  • Self-management, prevention and lifestyle modification
  • Home exercise

Other Services:

  • Home Care Physiotherapy Services
  • Sales Rehab Aids – we also educate patients how to use an ambulatory aid and other assistive devices such as orthopaedic aid, braces & corset

Hours of Operation:

Sunday to Thursday:
8.30 am – 5.00 pm

Friday :
8.30 am – 12.30 pm

Saturday & Public Holiday : Physiotherapist On Call
8.30 am – 5.00 pm (for inpatient only)

Dietary Services

Dietary Services is one of the main components of clinical support services in a hospital. The main focus of Dietary Services is to provide quality, safe, healthy and nutritious food for patients, staff and the public. It has a very important role in the prevention of food hazards, and aid the recovery of patients.

During a patient's stay in hospital it is important that all services are available to ensure a patients recover as quickly as possible and can be discharged in a well condition. The food services available to the patient during his stay have a large role to play in encouraging patient recovery and in enhancing a patient's feeling of wellbeing. The Dietary Service will therefore endeavour to provide food service of the highest quality to meet a patient's view of the overall service provided in the hospital.

The Dietary Services is located at the rear section of the 1st floor, adjacent to Purchasing Service and Diagnostic Imaginary Services.


  1. To provide suitable, safe, halal and high quality meals to all inpatients and/or outpatients in accordance to their prescribed diet and preferences.
  2. To ensure that all inpatients received correct diet within the stipulated time.
  3. To maintain adequate supply of all good quality raw materials for the preparation of inpatient meals.
  4. To provide additional food items or meal sets ordered by patients and charge accordingly.
  5. To supply dietary supplies to each individual ward for inpatients' consumption after operation hours.
  6. To maintain adequate supply of all good quality raw materials for the preparation of inpatient meals.
  7. To provide food information and professional advice to patients and family members.


Dietitian, who is the nutrition and dietetic professional will be responsible to provide dietary consultation to all patients and plan menu for patients requiring specific nutritional intervention.

Service Provided
• Diet counselling for inpatient and outpatient
• Enteral feeding assessment and regimes for inpatient and outpatient
• Design patient meal plan for patient requiring individual diet modification
• Conduct group counselling or nutritional education to patient in group

We accept appointment via :
• Phone call
• Doctor referral

Cancellation should be notified earlier for rescheduling of your appointment

Contact Dietitian
Phone: 06 9564 500

Haemodialysis Centre

Haemodialysis Centre

Welcome to KPJ Bandar Maharani Specialist Hospital Haemodialysis Centre. We are dedicated to provide excellent healthcare services to our clients. We are now expanding our facilities with upgraded capacity specially designed and run by well trained and experienced staff to meet the unique needs of patients undergoing dialysis treatment.

Our Facilities and Services

  • Dialysis Services with full medical and resuscitation support
  • Regular assessment by Consultant Nephrologists for better quality of life
  • Modern Haemodialysis & Haemodiafiltration services for patient.
  • More tolerable treatment with fully air-conditioned room, satellite television & wifi Services
  • 1 meal will be provided during treatment session for each patient
  • Hepatitis B & C Isolation Room
  • Pleasant waiting area for family members
  • Wheelchairs are available if needed and you may request for a wheelchair at the lobby

Haemodialysis Session

We perform 2 sessions of haemodialysis per day except on Saturdays.

  • First session will be at 7am
  • Second session will be at 12pm

On Public Holidays, the unit remains open for treatment as well.

We also cater for tourists who are visiting the region with prior appointment.

Upon your visit, patients are required to provide Dialysis Treatment Data for our reference.

Our Rates

Normal RM250
Catheter RM280
Normal Foreigner RM290
Catheter Foreigner RM300
Isolation Normal RM320
Isolation Catheter RM350


KPJ Bandar Maharani Specialisr Hospital
73-1, Jalan Stadium
84000 Muar

Direct Line: 606-956 4500 ext 3002
Fax: 606-956 4555/4554

Operation Hours:

Operation Hours:

Sunday to Friday
7.00 am – 6.00 pm