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The HealthcareMalaysia.com portal is designed to promote Malaysian healthcare services, products and courses locally and globally. It also provides useful information that promotes good health and well-being. The website features services provided by the following groups:
– Private Medical Centres
– Medical Specialist Clinics
– Diagnostic Centres
– Pharmaceutical Companies in Malaysia
– Wellness Centre, Beauty & SPA
– Centre of Medical Expert
– Health Insurance Providers
B. Healthcare Education:
– Universities and Colleges offering Healthcare related courses
– Courses and Careers in healthcare
– Education Forum/Talks
– Education Video Clips
It is hoped that all the information listed here will help you make informed decisions about your choice of healthcare services. We strive to deliver comprehensive and current information which complements other resources on healthcare. We welcome feedback that will help us improve the quality of this website.
Under the Private Healthcare Facilities and Services Act 1998:
1. “healthcare services” includes:
(a) medical, dental, nursing, midwifery, allied health, pharmacy, and ambulance services
and any other service provided by a healthcare professional;*
(b) accommodation for the purpose of any service provided under this Act;
(c) any service for the screening, diagnosis, or treatment of persons suffering from, or
believed to be suffering from, any disease, injury or disability of mind or body;
(d) any service for preventive or promotive health purposes;
(e) any service provided by any healthcare para-professional;
(f) any service for curing or alleviating any abnormal condition of the human body by the
application of any apparatus, equipment, instrument or device or any other medical
(g) any health-related services
2.*”healthcare professional” includes a medical practitioner, dental practitioner, pharmacist, clinical psychologist, nurse, midwife, medical assistant, physiotherapist, occupational therapist and other allied healthcare professional and any other person involved in the giving of medical, health, dental, pharmaceutical or any other healthcare services under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health.
Are you seeking for a centre with a particular specialty that offers a comprehensive range of medical services (treatment and prevention) and consultancy supported by a team of medical experts and facilities. The common expert centres are Centre of Excellence for Cancer, Fertility, Centre for Diabetes, Cardiac and Vascular Centre, and many more.
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The health ministry is sponsoring some 800 doctors to pursue their studies in specific specialities of medicine to become specialists to ease the shortage for such professionals in the country. This current shortage needs to be addressed immediately to prevent an acute shortage in the future, according to Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
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