Before the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kota Kinabalu which was built in the year 1957, the hospital in existence was the Jesselton Hospital which was built immediately after the World War II at mile one, Jalan Tuaran next to the Radio Malaysia Sabah building. The hospital was made from wooden planks with attap roofs. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital was commissioned on 14th September 1957 by the countess of Perth and the then Minister of Colonial Land affairs, the Earl of Perth. At the time of its commissioning the hospital consisted only of one block of building, namely the block presently known as the Old Block.
Infectious Diseases Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital invites Malaysians to fill part-time appointments daily for help in the success of the research projects:
1. Jururawat (Clinical Research Nurse)
2. Pembantu Penyelidik/Juruteknologi Makmal
CLICK HERE FOR JOB APPLICATION AND HOW TO APPLY
CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION FORM
Closing Date : 04/09/2012
Kerja Kerajaan Government