Melaka are ready to boost the state medical industry with the development plan of few medical infrastructure. Currently Melaka have 3 private hospital and each district have own General Hospital (government hospital). The 3 private hospital are Putra Hospital, Mahkota Medical Centre (MMC) and Pantai Hospital. All the private hospital are in the town area. The newest addition of private hospital will be a Melaka Straits Medical Centre in Klebang.
What more is, a World Class Physiotherapy / Rehabilitation Center will be develop at Bemban, Jasin Melaka. Apart from that, Bemban is a small town in Jasin District will be a City of Health and Education in Melaka. The World Class Physiotherapy / Rehabilitation Center will own by Social Security Organization (SOCSO) of Malaysia or known as PERKESO. This centre is aimed for any injured employees all over Malaysia to undergo physiotherapy training. The center will be component no 5 in Bemban City of Health and Education. Other component in the Bemban City of Health are Nursing College Ministry of Health, Inland Revenue Board Training Center, Cyberjaya College University and a Medical College by Indian Investor.
Before this Melaka State Government with its state own Agency Yayasan Melaka already sign an agreement with In-Fusion Solutions Sdn. Bhd to develop a 50 million Medical Education Hub. One of the Medical Education Hub main component will be Cyberjaya Medical College Campus at 24.3 hectare land in Durian Tunggal. Durian Tunggal is a remote area at Alor Gajah District famous for its main Melaka water reservoir. Melaka Medical Edu Hub expected to complete at 2010.
Other component at the Medical Edu Hub are Melaka International College of Science & Technology (MiCOST, Clinical Cyberjaya Campus, Center of Research for Traditional & Alternative Medicine and Wellness Center.
Melaka have already number one in Malaysia for Affordable Health and Medical services also making it famous choice for patient in neighboring countries. Last year about 60,000 foreign health tourist came to Melaka for the treatment. This figure was brought Melaka as a second famous health tourism destination in Malaysia after Penang. About 95% of them were from Indonesia. Most of them came by the air from Batu Berendam Airport and by sea at Syahbandar Jetty.