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Full Paying Patient Scheme (FPP) @ Selayang Hospital

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I'm in 19 wks pregnancy and this is my second child. I've decided to go for Selayang hospital this time but I opted for FPP (so called private wing). I've choosed Dr. Yu as my gynea - he is the only chinese gynea available at FPP I think. 1st visit + registration is RM110 including consultation, ultrascan and folid. RM60 for subsequent visits. I was the only patient at FPP during my 1st visit so it only took me about 30 mins for the whole process - faster than the private hospital I visited before. I was given a detail list of delivery charges under FPP - natural birth is about 2K - 3K, caesarean is about 3K - 5K.

Anyone mind to share their experience with Selayang Hospital.

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Hi. May I know that how did you register as FPP in Selayang Hospital? Do we need to reference letter from any clinic or specialist doctor? What is their working time? Thanks.

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QUOTE (evelyn82 @ Oct 20 2011, 06:48 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi. May I know that how did you register as FPP in Selayang Hospital? Do we need to reference letter from any clinic or specialist doctor? What is their working time? Thanks.


Hi evelyn82,

For FPP registration, you do not need to provide doctor reference letter or pink/yellow book from government clinic. You just need to call their general line to ask for FPP. The FPP staff will fix appointment after checking availability of the gynea that you choosed. There are only few gynea available at FPP - Dr. Yu, Dr. Param and 2 - 3 malay doctors (can't recall their names). The appointment only fix between Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm.

Are you considering Selayang hospital?

Anyone has delivery experience (especially c-section) under FPP @ Selayang hospital. Please share with me.

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I think there was another thread in this forum where someone shared their experience delivering at selayang hospital. But not sure if she was under FPP scheme or not.

But overall I've heard of good comments for Selayang Hospital. But I've also read from another forum (if I remember correctly) that even with FPP sometimes you cannot get a private room because it is very full. So better check with you doc.

Why you want to know specifically for FPP c-sec? You have already decided u want c-sec? Have you discussed with your doctor? I'm not sure if govt hospital will allow you to choose c-sec even though you are under FPP scheme? But maybe they do allow lah.. I don't know

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finally, I've gave birth to a baby boy at h. selayang last week under FPP scheme. it was an unforgettable elective ceasarean experience to me.

it's true that u may encounter shortage of single room although you are FPP patient. there are only 4 single rooms available on first come first serve basic. Even you have fixed date for elective ceasarean, you may still have to wait for availability of the operation theater room as they give priority to those emergency ceasarean cases.

i was very satisfied with services rendered by my gynae dr. yu kok kin from monthly check up till delivery time. the anaesthestic who gave spinal jab was good, didn't feel pain. generally, the nurses are are nice and polite. the single room comes with tv, visitor chairs and toilet and it's spacious. your hubby or parent allow to stay in to help u to take care baby but they have to get ready lazy chair. nurse will bath your baby in the morning then send to you for breastfeed. they will attend when u have breastfeeding problem. my only complaint is to the houseman who gave drip successfully after 5 attempt! my 4 days bill was MYR3,080. overall, kudos to the selayang hospital.

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[quote name='spk' timestamp='1331099002' post='393632']
finally, I've gave birth to a baby boy at h. selayang last week under FPP scheme. it was an unforgettable elective ceasarean experience to me.

it's true that u may encounter shortage of single room although you are FPP patient. there are only 4 single rooms available on first come first serve basic. Even you have fixed date for elective ceasarean, you may still have to wait for availability of the operation theater room as they give priority to those emergency ceasarean cases.

i was very satisfied with services rendered by my gynae dr. yu kok kin from monthly check up till delivery time. the anaesthestic who gave spinal jab was good, didn't feel pain. generally, the nurses are are nice and polite. the single room comes with tv, visitor chairs and toilet and it's spacious. your hubby or parent allow to stay in to help u to take care baby but they have to get ready lazy chair. nurse will bath your baby in the morning then send to you for breastfeed. they will attend when u have breastfeeding problem. my only complaint is to the houseman who gave drip successfully after 5 attempt! my 4 days bill was MYR3,080. overall, kudos to the selayang hospital.
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Hi spk,

First of all I would like to congrats u on ur newborn bb boy. Can u share with me ur experience with Dr. Yu? Escpecially how's his skill on the stitch? I only get to know about this FPP scheme in Hospital Selayang right after my delivery. :( If I got to know this earlier, I think I might going for a try. So for now I would like to know more hopefully can try for second baby. :)

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The payment is paid after you delivered or you need to give full payment when registered since you said this is a full paying patient? thanks.

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