Our halfway houses provide short-term accommodation for patients and their caregivers travelling away from home for treatment.
Patients can have a comfort stay to rest after undergoing the treatment without having to worry about the cost of travel.
MAKNA hopes to launch Halfway Houses in Malaysia to provide temporary accommodation to cancer patients seeking treatment. These houses will be located near government hospitals that provide radiotherapy and chemotherapy services, with hopes of providing a more cosy and comfortable atmosphere for patients
Procedure for MAKNA Halfway House
- Patients must receive treatment from the selected hospitals:
- Johor – Hospital Sultan Ismail or Hospital Sultanah Aminah
- Kelantan – Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia (HUSM)
- Penang – Institut Perubatan & Pergigian Termaju (USM) or Hospital Seberang Jaya
- Putrajaya – Institut Kanser Negara
- Sarawak – Hospital Umum Sarawak
- Sabah – Hospital Wanita & Kanak-kanak Sabah
Patients need to complete an application form for a stay at the halfway house through the Medical Social Welfare Department (MSW).
MSW officers will inform MAKNA halfway house supervisors.
Patients need to bring the application form during check-in.