The Taylor’s University Clinical School will focus on teaching students to deliver the highest level of care to patients
As part of its commitment to groom young talents to become highly skilled and knowledgeable medical doctors, Taylor’s University recently launched its clinical school in Sungai Buloh, Selangor. Located near the Sungai Buloh Hospital where Taylor’s medical students are placed for their clinical studies, the establishment of the dedicated clinical school is an extension of Taylor’s University commitment in providing quality education to its students. It also marks the culmination of a standing collaboration between the Taylor’s University, School of Medicine (TUSOM) and Hospital Sungai Buloh to ensure that learning opportunities for medical students are relevant and comprehensive.
In his address, Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Said, Vice-Chancellor & President of Taylor’s University said that the institution aspires to produce future doctors who are well-rounded with good professional values and the core for patient care.
“In a commitment to help students with the skills they need to succeed, the School of Medicine has provided customised, well-equipped and industry-standard laboratories that are designed to integrate teaching with practical application the medical sciences. These values and ethical practice are woven into the very heart of our learning at School of Medicine, and strengthened through early clinical exposure and clinical training.”
Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Said (middle), Vice-Chancellor & President of Taylor’s University with Dr. Haji Khalid bin Ibrahim (right), Director of Hospital Sungai Buloh and Dr. Pradeep Nair (left), Deputy Vice-Chancellor Taylor’s University officially launching the Taylor’s Clinical School at Sungai Buloh
Professor Hassan also thanked the Ministry of Health, in particular Hospital Sungai Buloh, for allowing Taylor’s University, School of Medicine (TUSOM) students to undergo their clinical training at the hospital.
At the launching ceremony, Dr. Haji Khalid bin Ibrahim, Director of Hospital Sungai Buloh assured that he is happy to accept TUSOM in making HSB as the clinical teaching base.
“I am still grateful to be a part of the collaboration with Taylor’s University – the medical students have demonstrated exemplary efforts and display of compassion and dedication to become competent and safe doctors. The partnership has proven to be fruitful and we hope to continue further,” said Dr. Haji Khalid.
Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Said (left), Vice-Chancellor & President of Taylor’s University holding a baby doll after a simulated demonstration
Dean, School of Medicine at Taylor’s University, Professor Dr. Abdul Rahman Noor highlighted the university’s connections with Hospital Sungai Buloh will continue to enhance stronger collaboration between academia and clinical practice in the areas of learning and teaching, practice and research.
”Hospital Sungai Buloh is one of our best and strongest partners in Malaysia and provides quality clinical practice experience with our medical students. It is our hope that this partnership and collaboration will consolidate the training for our students in preparing them to be good doctors.”
The Taylor’s School of Medicine has customised, well-equipped and industry standard facilities that are designed to integrate teaching with the practical application of medical sciences. The facilities are on par with the standards set by the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) and the Ministry of Education, thus ensuring that our students are exposed to the most up-to-date teaching facilities.
A group snapshot with Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Said (front row, middle), Vice-Chancellor & President of Taylor’s University during the launch of the Taylor’s Clinical School