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  • Amenities Near Clover Care Centre – by car

    (i) Hospitals Hospital Sultan Aminah – 20 to 25min Hospital Sultan Aminah – 20 to 25min The Sultanah Aminah Hospital is a government-funded multi-specialty hospital located in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. It is the largest hospital in Johor and the main referral and tertiary health centre for the state. Hospital Permai – 20min Hospital Permai […]

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  • Shingles and Unrelenting Pain after Recovery

    Shingles is caused by the varicella zoster virus – the same virus that also causes chicken pox. Anyone who has had chicken pox in the past may develop shingles and this is particularly pronounced as you get older. The virus does not go completely after you have had chickenpox. Some virus particles remain latent in […]

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  • Excessive cholesterol lowering drugs degenerates the brain

    Cholesterol is a molecule that was first discovered in 1769. Unfortunately, in the 250 years since, it has become the number one misunderstood nutrient in the body. As it was found to be a major component of arterial plague, cholesterol was instantly deemed harmful for the human body. Overnight, western medical publications released articles mentioning […]

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  • Happy Lunar New Year 2016

    Selamat Tahun Baru Cina – Clover Care Centre wishes everyone a happy, prosperous and healthy Happy New Year!

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  • 冬至 Winter Solstice

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  • 家康医疗保健中心

    联络号码: 07-513-0034 家康医疗保健中心是由我们的董事长戴华中医生所创办的。毕业与新加坡国立大学的医学系,他是位专业合格的医生。毕业的头几年,他是在新马两国的政府医院里勤奋学习与吸取宝贵的经验。过后,他在笨珍开办了自己的诊所,至今还是为他的病人服务。创办家康医疗保健中心的宗旨是因为目前在市场上没有很多新山疗养院能给予老年人良好的护理。家康保健中心的每一位员工必定尽全力确保居住家康医疗中心老年人的身子和精神都会收到无微不至的照顾。我们希望这个“家外之家”能给予老年人一个能活着有尊严以及充满互相尊重的家。 安老院中心内部采用的是清新怡人的格调,目的是要为中心营造温馨舒适的气氛。建筑设计时也以安全便利为前提。我们特别采用了不滑地砖,确保室内光线充足,以及安装了电梯协助行动不方便的老年人。每张床位旁也装置了护士传呼以随时回应住户的需求。每个住房的床位旁都安装了橱柜和台桌,电视机和冷气设备以方便住户使用。 住院护理 - 24小时医疗服务 - 长期护理 - 短期护理 - 日间护理 - 失智护理 - 老年护理 亚急性护理 - 气管术后护理 - 伤口护理 - 褥疮防治 - 糖尿病护理 - 中风后遗护理 - 跌到防范 康复服务 - 中风 - 老年科 - 呼吸系统 - 骨科 - 失禁

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  • Merry X’mas

    Merry X’mas everyone. We wish everyone good health and happiness for this coming Christmas!

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  • Read this if you have an elderly at home – Stroke(s) can be fatal!

    An episode of stroke occurs when there is a sudden and life-threatening loss of blood flow to a part of the brain that results in damage or death of brain cells. The stroke may lead to irreversible damage and disability or for fortunate cases, the patient may still be able to recover all or most […]

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  • Bedridden Patients: Sponge/Bed Bath vs Actual Bath

    Hi, if you are a caregiver who is looking after someone who has difficulty bathing himself/herself, you should read this article below. Unless there is enough manpower(such as a nursing home), sponge baths or bed baths are used to bath people who are bedridden or unable to bath on their own due to health reasons. […]

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  • Nursing Care for Alzheimer’s

    Caregiving for a next of kin with Alzheimer’s can be extremely stressful as the disease deteriorates. Suggestions for successful communication with sufferers of Alzheimer’s: - cut down on distractions, noise and other things that will impede communication. This will enable the caregiver to understand what the individual with Alzheimer’s is saying and vice versa. - […]

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  • Does your Next of Kin have Alzheimer’s Disease?

    Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disease and the most common form of dementia. This disease was first discovered by Dr. Alois Alzheimer in 1906 after an autopsy on a female patient. Dr Alzheimer discovered that the brain cells in the cerebral cortex of the patient were very different from normal brain cells. The cerebral […]

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  • Increasingly Impaired Abilities of Seniors

    Most people who live with and/or care for an older person would understand that with ageing comes an increased risk of the older person experiencing key difficulties. Such difficulties are usually the normal everyday tasks such as managing daily finances, performing routine household chores and errands, preparing meals or even getting on or off the […]

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  • Photo of Nursing Home

    We are located in a quaint 2-storey bungalow with elderly friendly features. Our beds are all 3-crank with safety side rails to ensure adherence to high safety standards. Toilet facilities are suitably equipped with grab bars and shower seats. Nurse call systems are also in place to render aid and support when needed. Furthermore, a […]

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  • Nursing Home – Open for Registration

    Dear cherished patrons and sponsors, please take note that we are already open and would be able to take in residents for both long term, respite and day care. Please give us a call at +6012 7137157, 07-513 0034, +60127919261. Thanks.

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  • Pending Ministry of Health inspection & approval

    We are currently awaiting the arrival of the Ministry of Health officials for final inspection and approval. We are sure the old adage “Good things are worth the wait” is true. We aspire to be fully compliant and adhere to high standards of nursing care for all our residents. Please check back soon for updates. […]

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  • Clover Care Centre slated to open in 2nd/3rd Quarter 2014

    Clover Care Centre is currently undergoing intensive addition and alteration works to be fully compliant with the requirements as per the Ministry of Health regulations. We looked long and hard and finally settled on a bungalow that could be refurbished to suit the needs of a care centre that our residents can call home. Besides […]

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  • Longevity

    Longevity Increasing numbers of people are living significantly longer lives than ever before. Although this is a good thing, there are certain areas which we need to be mindful of. Some of the elderly often carry severe physical, mental and emotional health issues and other needs that should not be ignored by others. Longevity Issues […]

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  • Our mission

    Clover Care Centre and its staff are committed to ensuring that the best possible care is given to our residents. We yearn to ensure that the mental and physical well-being of the residents would be catered for in a professional and safe environment. We endeavour to promote dignity, respect and independence in a place that […]

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