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Joy Club for Senior Citizen

Attention all senior citizens young at heart! We take this time to thank you for all that you have done for the community. In our appreciation, we are giving exclusive privileges in appreciation of senior citizens, aged 55 years old and above. Join us to enjoy all these privileges.

Appointment App

Introducing the "Bagan Specialist Centre Appointment App"! Easily book & manage your appointment directly from your phone. Making an appointment with doctor is simpler than ever. More features coming soon. Get it now on the Google Play!

Multi-storey Carpark is Now OPEN

We are glad to announce that our multi-storey car park (with up to 400 parking lots) is now open for your convenience. Do you notice for the friendly parking spaces? These lots are reserve exclusively for "Women or Elderly" and "Moms & Kids". Enjoy these privileges and more to come as we strive to serve you better with a heart.

Bagan Specialist Centre Launches ‘Wholesome Wholegrain and Slash the Salt’ Project

Bagan Specialist Centre has recently introduced wholegrains and dishes prepared with lower sodium salt in regular patient meals as part of its ongoing healthy eating initiative in collaboration with food industries. ‘Wholesome Wholegrain and Slash the Salt’ is a year-long project with a twofold aim: to encourage the consumption of wholegrains, and to lower sodium intake among the hospital’s patients, visitors, and staff.

 ‘Wholegrain’ is a term used to describe an intact grain that contains all three parts – the germ (which is abundant in essential fatty acids), endosperm (which consists mainly of carbohydrates and protein), and bran (the outer layer which is rich in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients). Grains are considered to be ‘refined’ if the bran and germ layers are removed, leaving only the endosperm, which means that ‘refined’ grains contain much less fibre, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Examples of common wholegrains include barley, oats, buckwheat, millet, brown rice, red rice, black rice, wild rice, rye, and wheat.

In line with the Malaysian Dietary Guidelines recommendations, Bagan Specialist Centre is committed to help its patients, staff, and visitors to make at least half of their grains whole grains. To achieve this, the hospital has started serving brown rice in place of white rice as part of regular patient meals. The project also involves providing ongoing education on the health benefits of consuming wholegrains such as improving digestive health and reducing risks of developing Type 2 diabetes, bowel cancer, and heart disease.

Excess sodium is linked to adverse health outcomes including increased risks of hypertension (high blood pressure). Most people consume too much sodium, often without knowing it. The most recent data suggests that the average Malaysian consumes 8.7 grams of salt per day, which is above the World Health Organisation’s recommendation of less than 5 grams per day. As part of the ‘Wholesome Wholegrain and Slash the Salt’ project, Bagan Specialist Centre is taking steps to reduce the sodium content in patient meals and to increase awareness of the health risks associated with excess sodium.

Experience the unexpected improvements in health with the small changes, let’s start eat well today.



Jalan Bagan 1, 13400 Butterworth.

Tel : +604 - 371 0000
Fax : +604 - 331 2806

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