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Dr. Hew Chee Chin was invited to deliver a talk on Coronary Artery Disease at Merlimau Chinese Primary School.【Photograph by Brandon Lee Ling Shiao】

Tzu Chi Melaka held a public health talk at Merlimau Chinese Primary School on June 14, 2013. The talk, delivered by Dr Hew Chee Chin, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon - Paediatrics & Adults, was attended by approximately 90 people.

Doctors presenting a sign language performance for a song entitled, 'Give Love'. The doctors took time off their busy schedules to practise hard for 2 weeks to make this presentation.【Photograph by Thin Ket Yong】

Despite their very busy schedules, the members of Tzu Chi Medical Association (TIMA) organized a gathering on June 1, 2013, with the hope of attracting more medical professionals to understand TIMA and its mission.

A nurse performing haemoglobin test for a Myanmarese woman.【Photograph by Lim Shy Tean】

Health awareness and prevention should not be delayed. For this reason, Hang Tuah Maternal & Child Clinic (KKIA Jalan Hang Tuah) and Kuala Lumpur Tzu Chi Free Clinic jointly organised a health screening programme-cum-awareness talk for female Myanmarese refugees.

First time donors, Too Ruo Qian and Pang Jing Yan, encouraging each other.【Photograph by Tham Yok Seng】

Tzu Chi Tampin has regularly held blood donation drives in collaboration with Tampin Hospital. The campaign attracted not only young people, but also the handicapped, to donate their blood to save lives. They all were inspired by a kind thought.

An active session of Q & A between participants and medical speakers.【Photograph by Tok Chia Hua】

Tzu Chi Kuala Lumpur & Selangor's TIMA team organized training on how to care for cancer patients on April 6, 7 and 27, 2013. Seven speakers were invited to give talks to the volunteers. A Cancer Support Group was also formed, comprising of volunteers from various community zones.

Volunteers helping the students to get rid of head lice.【Photograph by Hsieh Hsiu Hua】

On March 17, 2013, Tzu Chi Sandakan held a free clinic-cum-relief distribution at Monopod Sugut Primary School. The School's Headmaster hopes that Tzu Chi can hold such activities more often for the students and their parents.

The tea-serving ceremony officiated the opening of the appreciation gathering. The objective of the event was to thank the doctors, who volunteered their time, and to call for other doctors to join the Association.【Photograph by Tan Lian Hee】

On March 2, 2013, Tzu Chi International Medical Association (TIMA) organized a gathering to thank doctors who volunteered their time and expertise to provide assistance to those in need and, at the same time, call for more doctors to join the Association.

Dentist Ng Gut Kiat sharing her joy of serving with Tzu Chi with participants of TIMA's Appreciation Gathering.【Photograph by Tan Lian Hee】

In 1994, free medical services were incorporated into the Charity Mission of Tzu Chi Melaka; and the first relief distribution for care-recipients was held.

Villager getting specialist medical advice from a TIMA member. 【Photograph by Ng Hsiung Hsiung】

A free health check jointly organized by Tzu Chi Kuching and Sarawak Health Ministry was held on March 2, 2013 at Siburan Community Hall. Residents received specialist consultations that included dental and gynaecology, as well as, checks on their blood pressure, blood sugar, urine and eyesight.

Volunteer Mo Mei Feng presented a gift pack and gave encouragement to the patient.【Photograph by Ang Cheng Peng】

On the 7th day of the Lunar New Year, most people would patronize the restaurants for 'laosheng' as this day is the traditional "renri (everybody's birthday)". But a group of caring and loving volunteers had gathered at the lobby of Selayang Hospital to offer their care and blessings to the patients who could not go home for the Chinese New Year celebration.

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