Shah Alam, 17 June 2021 – A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between SELGATE Healthcare Sdn Bhd (SELGATE) and Lincoln University College (LUC) was signed here today with the aim to cater to the demand for skilled and professional manpower in the areas of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing, among others. This is also part of the major initiative to provide end to end supply chain from quality education to working opportunities in the healthcare industry.
Present to sign the MoU are:
1. Mr. Noor Hisham bin Mohd Ghouth – Executive Director, SELGATE Healthcare Sdn Bhd
2. Dr. Nurul Mu’az Omar – Managing Director and CEO, SELGATE Healthcare Sdn Bhd
3. Datuk Dr. Hajah Bibi Florina Binti Abdullah – Pro-Chancellor Lincoln University College
4. Datuk (AMB) Mohd Yusof bin A. Bakar – Chief Executive Officer Lincoln University College
The signing ceremony was also witnessed by representatives from SELGATE and LUC.
The synergistic collaboration will be primarily in the areas of Human Capital Development, and Industrial Partnership, namely:
a) Human Capital Development – where LUC provides support to SELGATE’s manpower needs in terms of training and manpower preparation as well as human capital training programs for graduates seeking employment in the various sectors of healthcare;
b) Industrial Partnership – SELGATE will provide internships and employment opportunities for LUC undergraduates within SELGATE Corporation Sdn Bhd’s group of companies for healthcare programmes mainly nursing.
“The key to building a successful partnership is a profound spirit of mutual trust. We are ever ready to share the work, risks, and credit which in the end will lead us to achieve our common goals,” said Mr. Noor Hisham bin Mohd Ghouth, Executive Director, SELGATE Healthcare Sdn Bhd.
“By reinforcing our fortitude in this coordinated effort and collaboration, we will fashion towards progress and attain success”, added Datuk Dr. Hajah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor Lincoln University College.
With the existence of this collaboration, it is hoped that the rate of unemployment amongst graduates will be reduced thus leading all of us to a brighter and more vibrant healthcare economy.