Student Health Clinic

Student Health Clinic was established in the year 1962 under the University and College Act, Act XIV. This act was then revised effective 30th July 1977. In 2002, this act was revised again to The Regulations of University of Malaya (Student Health Service Scheme) 2002. The Student Health Clinic is a unit under the Student Affairs and Alumni Department.

Operating Hours

Monday - Thursday

8.30 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.30 pm                                                     


8.30 am - 12.15 pm
2.45 pm - 5.30 pm

The clinic is closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

Patient Registration Hours

Monday - Thursday

8.30 am - 12.30 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm


8.30 am - 11.45 am
2.45 pm - 5.00 pm

Note: Patient Registration Hour may closed earlier depending to the number of Medical Officer on duty

Service & Facilities

The Student Health Clinic provides the following services & facilities:

  •  Consultation and examination
  •  Treatment
  •  Electrocardiogram examination
  •  X-ray facility at the University of Malaya Medical Centre
  •  Reference and admission to the ward in government hospitals (except Putrajaya Hospital)  or University of Malaya Medical Centre / other IPTA Medical Centres
  •  Medical check-up for the purpose of scholarship and certain physical activities for  students only
  •  Medical report
  •  Blood screening and vaccination for Hepatitis B are also available at specified cost
Important Information

Medical Report for New Students

All new students are required to do a medical check-up including a chest x-ray and submit a complete report to the Student Health Clinic. The Clinic's staff may refuse to accept the medical report if it is incomplete or if the chest x-ray has not been done. Failure to do so will result in the student not being accepted for treatment at the Student Health Clinic.

* Please note that medical check-up for new entrants is not done in the Student Health Clinic, University of Malaya.

Guarantee Letter

Under the Student Health Scheme, all students who are admitted to government hospitals or the University of Malaya Medical Centre are to obtain a Guarantee Letter issued by the Student Health Clinic medical officer which is to be submitted to the hospital authorities concerned.

Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination

Screening for Hepatitis B at the cost of RM10.00. Vaccination for Hepatitis B is also available at a cost of RM26.00/dos (three doses required). All payments must be made at the Bursar's Office and the receipt is to be shown to the respective clinic staff.

G-6-P-D Screening

Students going for projects or activities in the jungle or in the vicinity of Orang Asli settlements are required to undergo screening for G-6-P-D at the Student Health Clinic before taking prophylactic anti-malarial drugs.

Medical Conditions That Are Not Covered By The Scheme (Following the University of Malaya Act under the Student Health Scheme, 1977) A member is not entitled the following benefits under the Scheme:

  • the costs of pregnancy test, examination of pregnancy and any complications associated with pregnancy, delivery costs, examinations for infertility, contraceptives, cosmetic treatment, coronary-by-pass, organ transplant, bone marrow transplant, kidney dialysis, treatment for AIDS, or any other illness or treatment which involves the same cost of treatment incurred by the illness or treatment mentioned;
  • the cost of any dentures, hearing aids, crutches, splints, orthopedic aid or any medical, surgical or dental appliances whatsoever;
  • any medical or dental treatment whatsoever, or hospitalization that takes place outside Malaysia, regardless whether the presence of the member outside Malaysia is at the insistence of the University or otherwise.


For further information, please contact clinic administrator.

Contact Information

Dr.S. Balaraja
Acting Head
Student Health Clinic
University of Malaya
50603 Kuala Lumpur

Tel : 03-7967 3284
Fax : 03-7967 3587

Last Update: May 17, 2017