Our doctors at Premier Clinic believes in helping the needy and doing their part for the community.
We at Premier Clinic would be happy to contribute our time and energy to a good cause in regardless of race and religion.
Our drs and staff have volunteered their expertise in attending to the homeless and refugees at soup kitchens and mobile clinics organised by Pertubuhan Wanita Islam (PERTIWI) for the homeless, refugees, drug addicts and sex workers.
Last Christmas, Dr Chen Tai Ho invited orphans of all races to enjoy a sumptuous buffet spread at a 5 star restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. The children was happy to be entertained by Santa Claus, magicians, clowns and band singers.
Our doctors also visited orphanages and old folks homes during Chinese New Year and Deepavali season. We spent time talking to the elderly folk and brought them lunch. Our doctors’ friends entertained them by singing songs, playing the guitar and having games.
This time around, Universiti Institut Teknologi Mara (UITM) students had to come up with their final year project whereby they had to organise a charity project of their choice.
They chose to promote better Islamic understanding to new Muslim converts for their final year project, whereby they organised buses from all over peninsular Malaysia to go UITM for a session of talks by well-known Muslim leaders and imams on 28 November 2014. After that, they had one-to-one sessions with the UITM students to discuss about their experiences and challenges as new Muslim converts.
UITM approached our clinic for sponsorship to cover the cost of chartering a fleet of buses from all the states in Peninsular Malaysia, speaker fees and meals for the participants during the event. We were glad to have helped.
Our doctors may not be Muslims but we believe in helping fellow Malaysians and contributing to a good cause irregardless of race, religion or sexuality.