Tiong keeps eye on hospital issues
By:Neville Timothy Sanders

BINTULU: The lack of parking space at Bintulu hospital has become one of the challenges over the past few years, said Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing.

In a statement the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) Bintulu candidate pointed out that due to the location of the hospital, the authorities have not been able to add more parking spaces there.

“That being said, I have recommended that parking space be provided via a multi-storey building.

“Additional wards can be built atop the parking space,” he said.

“At the moment, we are doing early research to find a suitable land and location to build a hospital to decrease congestion at the hospital and clinic especially during the waiting process to get treatment,” he added.

He said that he will try his best to upgrade the Bintulu hospital so that it would give the best services to the people.

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