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post Nov 6 2019, 03:59 PM

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QUOTE(acsl_jc @ Nov 6 2019, 03:36 PM)
If you are taking FPP, you will get to choose the doctor you want. It is like in a specialist treatment but in a government hospital. Your point 5 and 6 is only applicable to non FPP patient.
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post Nov 19 2019, 06:18 PM

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QUOTE(pino88 @ Sep 5 2019, 04:54 PM)
Hello, want to ask you if we were to opt in for executive room, does the medical fee or any other fee will be executive price also? or normal price medical fee and only executive room is more expensive.

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You'll pay the standard medical fee/operation fee. The room is charged accordingly. Single/Double Executive would be RM300/night. Single First class would be RM 160. Double First class would be RM130. Four bedded 1st class would be RM80. Govt employee would be given priority for the first class rooms if i am not mistaken.


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post Nov 25 2019, 10:18 PM

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Do I need to walk in to book a slot at Putrajaya as FFP?

Have gotten the pink book last week. Now at 4 months. EDD 5-7 May 2020. Any good specialists to recommend for delivery?
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post Jan 3 2020, 03:58 PM

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QUOTE(gooroojee @ Nov 25 2019, 10:18 PM)
Do I need to walk in to book a slot at Putrajaya as FFP?

Have gotten the pink book last week. Now at 4 months. EDD 5-7 May 2020. Any good specialists to recommend for delivery?
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You can read more here : http://www.hpj.gov.my/portalv11/index.php/en/fpp-bi

I trying to call hosp to do booking but no one answer, in the web, they say can walk in.
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post Jan 13 2020, 05:43 PM

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QUOTE(deathTh3Cannon @ Jan 3 2020, 03:58 PM)
You can read more here : http://www.hpj.gov.my/portalv11/index.php/en/fpp-bi

I trying to call hosp to do booking but no one answer, in the web, they say can walk in.
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Try to call below number for Hospital Putrajaya FPP Scheme. I did that few weeks ago and the nurse gave me an appointment to go for briefing and fill up form. Today went for the briefing, then nurse checked my pink book and scheduled my first appointment with the chosen doctor.
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post Jan 13 2020, 06:33 PM

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QUOTE(95397 @ Jan 13 2020, 05:43 PM)
Try to call below number for Hospital Putrajaya FPP Scheme. I did that few weeks ago and the nurse gave me an appointment to go for briefing and fill up form. Today went for the briefing, then nurse checked my pink book and scheduled my first appointment with the chosen doctor.
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When did you call? I wasn't aware today got briefing.. and I called a month ago.. my briefing is later this month.. hmm
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post Jan 20 2020, 04:43 PM

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Went for briefing. Their policy changed d. Cannot book room you want in advance. Just when check in during labor, see which room is available. Additional doctor consultation fees every time you see your chosen specialist which would cost you additional 200 or so each time.

I repeat, cannot book your choice of room
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post Jan 24 2020, 03:50 PM

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Planning to deliver at hosp sg buloh.
Any Dr recommend? Seems like everyone chose Dr Thow.
How many weeks should I go for booking? Anyone have the whatsapp number?
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post Feb 7 2020, 12:32 PM

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QUOTE(gooroojee @ Jan 20 2020, 04:43 PM)
Went for briefing. Their policy changed d. Cannot book room you want in advance. Just when check in during labor, see which room is available. Additional doctor consultation fees every time you see your chosen specialist which would cost you additional 200 or so each time.

I repeat, cannot book your choice of room
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Thanks for latest update. How about the charge for normal and c-sec? Did they revised the price as well?
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post Feb 7 2020, 12:45 PM

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QUOTE(eVelyn kOng @ Feb 7 2020, 12:32 PM)
Thanks for latest update. How about the charge for normal and c-sec? Did they revised the price as well?
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Price remains completely free for walk in. Else FPP prices are as shared earlier. Only difference with FPP is you get to choose a doctor to deliver your baby, and can consult this doctor prior to delivery (which is subject to fees and the same long government hospital queues).

Problem is.. the doctor might be on call or unavailable on your due date, then they'll find someone else anyway.. also, your preferred doctor (out of 5) is usually fully booked 6 months into the future already...
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post Feb 7 2020, 01:30 PM

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QUOTE(gooroojee @ Feb 7 2020, 12:45 PM)
Price remains completely free for walk in. Else FPP prices are as shared earlier. Only difference with FPP is you get to choose a doctor to deliver your baby, and can consult this doctor prior to delivery (which is subject to fees and the same long government hospital queues).

Problem is.. the doctor might be on call or unavailable on your due date, then they'll find someone else anyway.. also, your preferred doctor (out of 5) is usually fully booked 6 months into the future already...
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Okies..Will take into consideration. Thank you.
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post Feb 27 2020, 01:58 PM

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My baby daughter was given a due date on 21/02/2020 +6 days to induce labour if the baby still doesn't want to come out.

The policy now is to walk in to pymt counter, register yourself, wait for available room (hospital will call u), then only pay deposit and admission.

My wife is under the scheme FPP
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post Feb 27 2020, 02:34 PM

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QUOTE(num123 @ Feb 27 2020, 01:58 PM)
The policy now is to walk in to pymt counter, register yourself, wait for available room (hospital will call u), then only pay deposit and admission.
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Congrats! Btw, this means -any- available room, right? not any room of your choice... sadly.
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QUOTE(gooroojee @ Feb 27 2020, 02:34 PM)
Congrats! Btw, this means -any- available room, right? not any room of your choice... sadly.
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yes, usually they will just give u wad obstetrik 2D (no penjaga allowed)

then if wad eksekutif 5A is available they will ask if you want to be transferred there. (penjaga allowed so husband can stay over)

in my case, my wife is given wad obstetrik 2D, twin sharing, no penjaga allowed, then on the next day we were asked if we want to upgrade to twin sharing wad eksekutif 5A in which we agreed to.

i find that wad eksekutif 5A is older than wad obstetrik 2D in terms of the building age, and there were no sofa chair for penjaga to stay overnight. end up i requested 2 blankets from the nurse and slept for the night.

my wife and baby has both been discharged as i write and we settled down in a confinement center.

total bill amounting to about 3.3k

-emergency c section, spinal anesthetic, pharmacy & etc
*baby phototherapy is free of charge

i am truly grateful for the helpfulness of the nurses. very professional and patient.
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post Apr 25 2020, 07:37 PM

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Note the charges for operation and there will be separate charges for the bed.
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post May 15 2020, 12:11 AM

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My wife still hesitating to choose putrajaya walk in (FPP cancel due to Covid-19 and hospital informed us to just walk in later on).. currently visiting Sunway velocity medical centre, putrajaya hospital so far any issue ?
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post May 22 2020, 02:11 PM

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QUOTE(Seng89 @ May 15 2020, 12:11 AM)
My wife still hesitating to choose putrajaya walk in (FPP cancel due to Covid-19 and hospital informed us to just walk in later on).. currently visiting Sunway velocity medical centre, putrajaya hospital so far any issue ?
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When is ur wife due date? I'm also facing the same issue & went to sunway velocity. The funny part is, yesterday putrajaya called n tell me fpp is now open & asked us whether we're still interested?
So pening now 😅
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post May 22 2020, 08:18 PM

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QUOTE(itv_mark5 @ May 22 2020, 02:11 PM)
When is ur wife due date? I'm also facing the same issue & went to sunway velocity. The funny part is, yesterday putrajaya called n tell me fpp is now open & asked us whether we're still interested?
So pening now 😅
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Weird.. didn't call me. Her due date is 7 July.. maybe I should call to putrajaya and ask..

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