Welcome To Our Hospital
Amanjaya Specialist Centre is an ecofriendly Green Hospital located in Sungai Petani, Kedah. Founded in 2005, this newly opened; resort- like hospital has 108 beds and offers a full range of specialist services.It is equipped with the latest diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities. The hospital aims to provide Affordable Specialist Care to all.
To provide affordable specialist health care in an ecofriendly environment
Aspires to be the preferred Specialist Health Care Provider in the Region
"Affordable Specialist Care"
Amanjaya Specialist Centre has been in operation since 2005.It started as a 19 bedded Women, Maternity and Child Specialist Centre located in Bandar Amanjaya.As the patient loads increased over the years and the demand for other services increased, there was a need for the Centre to expand the operations.
Follow this scenario, the Centre concluded to build a new multidiscipline hospital in Bandar Laguna Merbok, Sungai Petani, Kedah.
The NEW Amanjaya Specialist Centre is the first GBI certified Green Hospital in Malaysia.It has started operation since Sept 2014.This iconic project has adopted green technology throughout its construction and operation.With the expected reduction in operating and maintenance costs, the 108-bed multi-disciplinary specialist hospital aims to provide affordable specialist care and promote medical tourism aggressively into the northern region of the country.
The hospital is fully equipped with the latest medical equipments , offering a broad range of specialist services conducted in a resort- like hospital environment.
Our Green Hospital Features
CERTIFIED As The First Green Hospital in Malaysia
The journey to obtain a green building began from the construction of its building. Materials and resources in forming the structures of the building are sustainable ones. Some of the energy efficiency features of the hospital are the installation of ECO GLASS for the overall building to reduce the Overall Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV) and the incorporation of double brick wall at the western façade to further minimize heat gain into the building. As part of the hospital’s effort to harvest energy from the sun, the hospital also installed a Solar Photovoltaic System to reduce up to 2% of the total building energy consumption. To assist in monitoring and analyzing the hospital’s energy consumption pattern, the building has been installed with a comprehensive Energy Management System (EMS). As for the indoor environment quality, low volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) materials are used for surface finishes on all walls, floors and ceilings.