Prince Court Medical Centre is a rather nice medical centre located just off Jalan Tun Razak in Ampang. The last time I checked-in into a hospital was a couple of months back in August when Janice was admitted at Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre. Unfortunately, I found myself spending the night again at another hospital last night, where Janice was slotted for a minor operation this morning. Waiting for her procedure to complete, I took the chance to walk around snapping some photos to share here.
|Prince Court Medical Centre|
39 Jalan Kia Peng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysian Hotline: 1-800-88-PCMC
International Hotline: +603 2160 0000
|The lobby of Prince Court Medical Centre|
|Some photos around the lobby where it was rather classy|
"Prince Court Medical Centre is a 300-bed private healthcare facility located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our aim is to be the leading healthcare provider in Asia, offering comprehensive medical care to the highest international standards through world-class facilities, innovative technology & excellent customer services."
|Prince Court Medical Facilities (http://www.princecourt.com/medical-facilities.php)|
|Coffee Bean at Prince Court Medical Centre's lobby|
|Floor Map of the whole building|
Now I find Prince Court Medical Centre way nicer than Gleneagles, in terms of the decor, as well as the nurses' attention and care. They really attend to you the moment the bell is pressed. However, the reason may be because Prince Court has less crowd than Gleneagles. I could actually walk around the hospital grounds without bumping into anybody, or probably because it's still early in the morning.
|The view of KL City from the hospital room|
|The rather scary operating theater entrance where I was not allowed to enter|
|So here I wait until Janice comes out|
Well, that should be my update for now. Janice should be out soon from the operating theater, my next writeup on Prince Court Medical Centre might be on their Coffee Bean's breakfast set which I plan to get in awhile. As for now, let's all pray for Janice's safety and that all will end well.