About Us

    KPJ Healthcare Berhad’s (KPJ) business is founded on the vision of being the preferred healthcare provider in the region. We are focused<br> on delivering world-class quality healthcare services through our wide range of specialised healthcare solutions throughout our regional<br> footprint across five countries, namely Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh and Australia.

    Who We Are

    Providing quality patient care can only be successfully achieved if the surgical instruments to treat the patient are clean. At Sterile Services Sdn Bhd,we are providing efficient and consistent services to CSSD customers in conformance with the international quality standards.

    Our CSSD centre in Rawang is providing expert high quality sterile supply administration and customer service, allowing our customers to focus on their core competencies and other strategic initiatives. This sterilised surgical instruments will be returned to hospitals within 24 hours to ensure there will be no shortages of surgical instruments.

    The centre is the first of its kind in South East Asia, sterilises surgical instruments from both public and private hospitals in the Klang-valley and most parts in Selangor, resulting in major cost savings and greater efficiency.

    With the establishment of our CSSD centre, the medical industry in Malaysia is set to reach greater heights, as all hospitals will eventually be able to utilise the cutting edge sterilisation technology available at our centre in Rawang.


    • To provide sterilized material from a central department where sterilizing practice is conducted under conditions, which are controlled, thereby contributing to a reduction in the incidence of hospital infection.
    • To take some of the work of the Nursing staff so that they can devote more time to their patients.
    • To avoid duplication of costly equipment's, which may be infrequently used.
    • To maintain record of effectiveness of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization process.
    • To monitor and enforce controls necessary to prevent cross infection according to infection control policy.
    • To maintain an inventory of supplies and equipment.
    • To stay updated regarding developments in the field in the interest of efficiency, economy, accuracy and provision of better patient care.
    • To provide a safe environment for the patients and staff