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The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) says the issues faced by the healthcare industry need to be prioritised despite the current political turmoil.
This is as Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is expected to resign from his post, leaving uncertain which government will lead the country subsequently.
“The political landscape may be changing but nothing much has changed for our healthcare workers who are still struggling daily with rising cases of Covid-19, burnout, lack of manpower, beds, oxygen, and equipment.
“The longstanding issue of contract doctors also has not been resolved up to now and from the looks of things, this too may be put on hold yet again thanks to politics.
“We hope that while the nation faces yet another uncertainty in leadership, these issues will not be conveniently forgotten.
“Whoever the government of the day is, it must ensure the well-being of healthcare workers remains a high priority, especially during this time of a pandemic,” MMA president Dr Subramaniam Muniandy said in a statement today.
He added that while there was an expected downtrend in hospital admissions by the end of August, public hospitals in some states are beginning to see a spike in Covid-19 cases.
He stressed that this should not be taken lightly as the growing frustration may seriously impact the standard of care in the government healthcare system.
“Our healthcare workers seem to be taken for granted. Many feel that their services are only needed now because of the pandemic.
“The Hippocratic oath is often emphasised but our comrades are being stretched to the limits.
“Many have even perished from Covid-19 infection,” Subramaniam said.
He also claimed that despite the prime minister informing the MMA that it would be involved in healthcare policy discussions, no meetings have been held thus far.
“Regardless of the outcome in the country’s leadership, urgency is required in addressing these issues,” he said.