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Hospis Malaysia

Hospis Malaysia is a charitable organisation that offers professional palliative care, an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-limiting illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, organ failure or progressive neurological conditions. We are dependent almost entirely on private donations and our services are offered free-of-charge. Hospis Malaysia’s core service is its patient home care service which is supported by a multidisciplinary team of palliative care-trained doctors, nurses, a pharmacist and an occupational therapist. The Day Care service provides a setting where our patients can interact with others while participating in recreational and therapeutic activities with measurable outcomes. Over the years, Hospis Malaysia has established itself as a strong advocate for professional palliative care and is the key palliative care education and training provider in the country. We support the practice of evidence-based palliative care and continuously focus on advancing palliative care education, research and training to improve the care provided to our patients.


Address No. 2, Jalan 4/96, off Jalan Sekuci, Taman Sri Bahtera, Jalan Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur
Phone +603 9133 3936
Contact Person  Rini Vella or Caroline Christopher


Registration No 223675-X
Tax-Exempt LHDN No. LHDN.01/35/42/51/179.6.3990


The funds raised through SCKLM 2017 will be channeled towards funding our patient care services, our training and education programmes and to our developing effort to increase our reach patients and families in need, and to train others to do the same. The cost of all this is projected to exceed RM4.5 million in 2017 as we expect to treat more than 2,200 patients, train over 1,000 healthcare professionals and increase our efforts in advocacy and research.

Patient Services - Domiciliary/ Home Care

Training, Education & Research

Public Advocacy/ Awereness and Fundraising Events

Day Care Activities