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KPJ Healthcare Berhad

A leader in Malaysia's challenging healthcare services industry

KPJ Healthcare Berhad (KPJ), a healthcare division of Johor Corporation (JCorp), continues to strive towards service excellence to maintain its position as a leader in Malaysia's challenging healthcare service industry.

Since the establishment of its first hospital in 1981, KPJ has grown to become the country's largest healthcare provider focusing on hospital management and offering a comprehensive range of medical services.

As the first healthcare provider listed on the Main Board of the then Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange in 1994, KPJ has progressed rapidly, including achieving more than RM1.0 billion revenue since 2007. It now stands among Malaysia's Top 100 Companies, having achieved a market cap of more than RM1.3 billion as at December 2009. By end-2010, KPJ's market capitalization topped RM2.0 billion.

Standing firmly behind its corporate vision, "The Preferred Healthcare Provider", KPJ continuously expands its presence to new territories and explores opportunities to stay ahead of its competitors.

KPJ's achievements and commendable performance are largely the result of its firm corporate philosophy of inspiring excellence, harnessing strategic synergy and instilling high integrity and entrepreneurial spirit to be at the forefront of national and international healthcare delivery and development.

This commitment is further strengthened through its corporate mission, "Deliver Quality Healthcare Services" to our customers, in line with its five core values of Safety, Courtesy, Integrity, Professionalism and Continuous Improvement.

KPJ's extensive network now includes more than 20 private specialist hospitals in Malaysia and 2 in Indonesia. It has more than 760 medical consultants and a total of 8,369 staff members (including nursing, allied health personnel and support staff) who serve more than 2 million patients annually.

The Group also reached out to more than 660,000 needy patients through 15 charity clinics and a charity hospital under the Waqaf An-Nur initiative.