Bumi Medik Artificial Limb Center Sdn Bhd was established on 29 March 2001 is a company owned 100% Bumiputera. Founded by Managing Director, Mr. Mohamad Faisal B. Ahmad has a vast experience of over 15 years in Prosthesis and Orthosis (Artificial Limbs, Rehabilitation Equipment Support, Technical and Hospital Equipments) (Rehabilitation). He is a member of the International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO) registered since 9 September 2004.
This company is a leading supplier of Artificial Limbs products, support tools that have been registered under the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) since 2001. The largest contributor to the company is working with government hospitals including Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL), Serdang Hospital, Putrajaya Hospital, Hospital Ampang, across the Klang Valley is divided east and Hospital Pantai Hospital in Sabah and Sarawak. In addition, government bodies, including PSD, VETERAN (ATM) WELFARE DEPARTMENT, MAIS, Zakat, SOCSO and others. While the main objective of this company is to provide facilities and services to the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and the elderly to live more comfortably and independently. With the facilities provided these people are competitive, so that the same level as other communities in the realization of this modern life.
In addition, the company has appointed a major supplier to the Police Heritage Trust (PHTF) 2 and 3 in cooperation with the Bureau of Economic Development and Entrepreneurs Association of Former Malaysian police. When given the opportunity for this collaboration, the companies will contribute energy and services to help ex- police who lost or physically handicapped and disabled people to get help equipment by the Police Heritage Trust (PHTF) 2 and 3.
The objective of this joint venture is to help ease the association of former members of the police who have retired services that require assistance and support equipment in accordance with the procedure set. For the supply of this equipment, the company has been appointed to supply equipment to branches Police Heritage Trust (PHTF) 2 and 3 on the east coast, including the area of the State of Pahang, Terengganu and includes areas of Sabah and Sarawak. Among the items / equipment supplied as support tools such as crutches, wheelchairs, artificial limbs, eyeglasses and hearing aids. Private sector also provides opportunities for cooperation in this field lead.