SHAH ALAM, 5 OCTOBER – Avisena Healthcare and Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA) have taken a significant step towards fostering academic excellence and enhancing employment prospects for graduates. Today, the two institutions formalised their commitment to this endeavor by signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) at the Vice Chancellor’s Office, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin.
The MoA was signed by Elina Nadia Omar, Group Chief Executive Officer of Avisena Healthcare and Dato’ Prof Dr Fadzil Adam, Vice Chancellor of UniSZA.
“Through this collaboration, we can strengthen our core operations while nurturing the next generation of highly skilled professionals. As Avisena Healthcare expands its hospital facilities, we are actively seeking nurses who not only possess exceptional clinical abilities but also embody unwavering values and work ethics, reflecting our unwavering commitment to providing the highest level of patient care,” said Elisa Nadia Omar, Group Head, Human Capital, Legal & Risk Management of Avisena Healthcare, in her speech.
The collaboration with UniSZA will allow Avisena Healthcare to tap into a pool of talented nursing graduates, enriching the healthcare landscape with their expertise. Simultaneously, UniSZA ensures that its graduates are equipped with rewarding employment opportunities and utilises Avisena Healthcare as a valuable training ground to further enhance their competencies.
Elisa Nadia Omar emphasized the significance of this partnership, stating, “Our aim is to recruit trained nurses who share our dedication to patient experience, quality, and safety, which are at the heart of our healthcare mission.”
“All scholarship recipients underwent a rigorous selection process to demonstrate their commitment and eagerness to advance their studies, and they will receive full sponsorship from Avisena Healthcare,” she added.
The Avisena-UniSZA collaboration represents a significant step toward advancing education and healthcare standards in Malaysia. By jointly investing in the development of talented individuals, both organisations aspire to create a brighter future for graduates while maintaining the highest standards of patient care.