ALTY launches orthopaedic hospital in Kuala Lumpur
The hospital is a joint effort between TE Asia Healthcare and a group of surgeons.
Malaysia-based ALTY Hospital has officially launched its orthopaedic hospital in Kuala Lumpur, seeking to provide musculoskeletal care to its patients, the hospital said on social media.
The hospital, a joint effort between Singapore-based TE Asia Healthcare and its founding group of orthopaedic surgeons, specialises in surgical and non-surgical treatments and provides focused care for orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions, according to its official site.
ALTY said it is equipped with facilities that aid in the functional recovery of patients. It also plans to bring Malaysia's first weight-bearing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and EOS imaging system in the future.
The hospital said it also offers comprehensive screening services under HSC Health Screening, its established screening centre, promising to provide accurate and efficient early detection and prevention of health problems.