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Warm welcome for Malaysian government representatives

15 July 2011

Be assured it is not only Britain that faces radical changes in its health service.

Representatives from the Engineering Services Division of the Government of Malaysia were visiting Eastwood Park this month as part of a fact-finding mission while they too look at reforms of their health service across Malaysia. Eastwood Park organised a series of in-depth briefings and visits across the UK and Europe to provide the group with as much information as possible as they develop their thinking on the restructuring of the Malaysian health system.

From left to right: Eastwood Park's Training Managers, Steve Dickson and Carol Holloway; Mr Md Jala Bongkik, Senior Deputy Director; Ms Noor Baizura Mohd Tahir, Deputy Director; Ms Jamilah Mahmood, Senior Principal Assistant Director all from the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Top row l to r: Steve Goodchild, training consultant; John Thatcher, CEO and Training Director, Eastwood Park and Mr Tauran Zaidi Ahmad Zaidi, Deputy Director, Ministry of Health Malaysia.

Eastwood Park Training is renowned worldwide for its delivery of specialist decontamination, engineering and facilities and estates management training, particularly to the healthcare sector. For further information visit or call 01454 262777.

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