Whoever said that fun and healthcare don’t mix has not heard of Parkway Pantai’s Dr Little Club in Malaysia. This exclusive programme for children aged 12 and below provides family-friendly healthcare through benefits and educational activities.
While perks may vary slightly at the 15 Parkway Pantai hospitals across the country, Dr Little Club members enjoy privileges such as special rates at the Emergency department, medical and dental packages, deals with programme partners and access to a host of interactive activities to learn about health and wellness.
As part of its launch programme for Dr Little Club, Pantai Hospital Ipoh hosted a family event on 25 November 2018. One of the highlights was Doctor for a Day – an interactive learning experience designed for children to role play as a doctor and gain health knowledge. Graduation certificates were presented to 180 children who participated.
Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur and Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh also organised Doctor for a Day events in December as one of their Dr Little Club activities. While the children were having fun, their parents were treated to health talks and presentations by hospital doctors and staff.
At Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur, parents were given complimentary screenings and consultations by the Diet, Rehabilitation and Diabetic Care teams.
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