Malaysia - Maternity Services
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2011

317Hospitals

315

2010

317

2011

+2

Net Change

1,310Deliveries Beds

1,579

2010

1,310

2011

-209

Net Change

517,081Deliveries

510,934
2010
517,081
2011
+6,147
Net Change

516,353Types of Deliveries

509,951
2010
516,353
2011
+6,420
Net Change

82,980New Born Admitted

70,501
2010
82,980
2011
+12,479
Net Change

11,743Complication

10,040

2010

11,743

2011

+1,703

Net Change

839O&G Specialists

756

2010

839

2011

+83

Net Change

Trending of Delivery Beds in Malaysia (2010 - 2011)

Number of Functioning Delivery Beds (2011)

Number of Delivery Beds in Malaysia (2010 - 2011)

No State 2010 2011
    Public Private Density Public Private Density
01. Johor 91 89 2.88 89 71 2.74
02. Kedah 58 43 2.9 51 28 2.17
03. Kelantan 66 10 2.14 72 10 2.20
04. Melaka 23 19 3.06 20 17 2.51
05. N. Sembilan 39 23 3.64 32 18 2.62
06. Pahang 70 18 3.46 52 21 2.84
07. Perak 80 35 3.16 74 35 2.85
08. Perlis 6 0 1.52 6 0 1.46
09. Pulau Pinang 46 66 4.28 33 58 3.70
10. Sabah & WP Labuan 120 29 2.63 107 9 3.01
11. Sarawak 82 26 2.66 76 23 2.34
12. Selangor & WP Selangor 103 148 2.71 85 155 2.45
13. Terengganu 37 3 1.93 35 3 1.79
14. WP. Kuala Lumpur 42 207 6.55 42 88 3.42

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.