Penang Adventist Hospital has been actively involved in charity work since its inception in 1924. This mission has thrived and remainded as one of our core mission since then. As a not-for-profit healthcare facility in the northern region of Malaysia, Penang Adventist Hospital has been able to mend hearts and change lives because corporate citizens as well as individual donors have shown that they care and made a lifetime of difference in the lives of the less fortunate.
Medical Charity Funds available for those in need of medical assistance are:
Dr. J. Earl Gardner FundProvides free or subsidised medical treatment to needy patients suffering from chronic illness in areas of tumour, cleft palate repair, scoliosis, stroke and major surgeries. The fund disbursed RM 481,767 and assisted 24 patients in 2021.
Patient Heart FundProvides free or subsidised medical treatment to needy patients suffering from heart ailments. The fund disbursed RM 1,123,871 and assisted 34 patients in 2021.
Cancer FundProvides free or subsidised medical treatment to needy cancer patients to undergo cancer related treatment. The fund disbursed RM 409,871 and assisted 19 patients in 2021.
Welfare FundIncome received by the Hospital during Sabbath (sunset Friday to sunset Saturday) are channeled towards this fund which provides free or subsidized medical treatment to assist needy patients in dialysis, cataract surgeries, admission bills and minor surgeries. The fund disbursed RM 313,552 and assisted 53 patients in 2021.
General FundProvides financial aid to support the development & expansion of the Hospital, upgrading of the facilities, training of staff and sponsorship of nursing students. The fund disbursed RM 840,000 and sponsored 20 nursing students in 2021.
Medical Charity Funds application is open for
- All religions
- All ages
- All kinds of diseases
Medical Charity Funds Application Process
- Get the application form from a medical welfare officer
- Submit the completed application form together with the required documents
- Verification & home visitation to ensure that information provided is true and accurate
- The Charity Fund Committee reserves the right to approve or reject the application
Dissemination of Funds
Funds are disbursed without any bias, but applicants must meet certain criterion to qualify. Amounts disbursed may vary, based on the financial situation and need of each applicant.
To ensure that the fund is not misused or abused, background checks are carried out on each applicants by our Medical Welfare Officer. Background checks are performed to carefully investigate and fully understand the needs of each applicants.
Applicants who provide false information to qualify for the charity funds will have their rights forfeited and lose all funding privileges and support.