During her service at KLIA Health Office, she contributed to several achievements for KLIA Health Office and among others is the recognition of the World Health Organization (WHO) as the first International point of entry in Malaysia that complies with all the requirements of health capacity and capability under the International Health Regulation (IHR) 2005. Besides, she is also actively involved in coordinating preventive and control measures of infectious diseases at the point of entry such as during the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) epidemic in 2003, and pandemic influenza in 2009.
After joining Control Disease Division KKM, she continued her excellence in contributing to the good image of Malaysia internationally. Among her great contributions are, Malaysia’s recognition as one of the countries that have successfully met all health needs under the IHR, 2005 by WHO and she is also one of the pioneers of the ASEAN Emergency Operation Centre (ASEAN EOC) network initiative that has been praised at the WHO level in Manila and Geneva and subsequently set an example for other WHO regional countries. She is also actively involved in managing preparedness, and response to the epidemic and national disasters in Malaysia such as Sg Kim Kim chemical contamination (2019), the Measles outbreak in Kelantan (2019), and the Polio outbreak in Sabah (2019), and Pandemic COVID-19 in 2019 – 2020.