Malaysia 2011 - 2013
* In NHEWS Hospital prior to 2012, public sector refers to Ministry of Health and University hospitals.
* In NHEWS Hospital 2012-2013, public sector refers to Ministry of Health, University, and Ministry of Defence hospitals.
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Facilities

351Hospitals

341

2011

345

2012

351

2013

54,236Inpatient Beds

50,914

2011

51,457

2012

54,236

2013
Activities

3,542,997Admission

3.29 mil
2011
3.45 mil
2012
3.54 mil
2013

67.65BOR (%)

67.12

2011

66.59

2012

67.65

2013

3.52 ALOS (Days)

3.53

2011

3.48

2012

3.52

2013

1.68TOI (Days)

1.73

2011

1.74

2012

1.68

2013

7,481,747General Outpatient

7.28 mil
2012
7.48 mil
2013

16,090,011Specialist Clinic

15.83 mil
2012
16.09 mil
2013
Workforce

19,927Doctors

14,905

2011

16,654

2012

19,927

2013

68,123Nurses

55,448

2011

63,625

2012

68,123

2013

6,568AMO

6,066

2011

6,311

2012

6,568

2013

2,956Pharmacists

2,453

2010

2,955

2011

389Dietitian

379

2010

389

2011

686OT

564

2010

686

2011

767MRO

294

2010

767

2011

236MSO

222

2010

236

2011

3,258Radiographers

3,087

2012

3,258

2013
Medical Device

143CT Scan

145

2010

143

2011

105MRI

107

2010

105

2011

8PET

8

2010

8

2011

150Mammogram

146

2012

150

2013

Number of Inpatient Beds in Malaysia (2009 - 2013)

Number of Inpatient Beds in Malaysia by State and Sector (2011-2013)

Number of Inpatient Beds in Acute Curative Hospitals in Malaysia by State (2011 - 2013)

No State 2011 2012 2013
01. Perlis 404 404 404
02. Kedah 2932 2933 2963
03. Pulau Pinang 3867 3943 3984
04. Perak 4440 4747 4747
05. WP. Kuala Lumpur 7666 7838 7952
06. Selangor & WP. Putrajaya 8310 8426 8694
07. N. Sembilan 2044 2110 2122
08. Melaka 1819 1987 2064
09. Johor 4696 4860 5066
10. Pahang 2370 2278 2328
11. Terengganu 1375 1375 1375
12. Kelantan 2561 2651 2661
13. Sarawak 3928 3806 3824
14. Sabah & WP Labuan 4502 4100 4252

 

 

INFORMATION: *NHSI data was collected based on the key-user needs for local health service research. Other users should understand that the inclusion and exclusion criteria, service and data definition used may differ from other sources. Therefore, interpretation and comparison should be made with caution. The Health Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health Malaysia is the official source of Malaysia health data. Harmonization of health data for the purpose of International exercise must be obtained from this official source.