This section features the services offered by medical specialists, i.e. medical practitioners who engage in a medical specialty, specialising in one or more areas such as cardiology, general surgery, oncology, paediatrics, endocrinology, gastroenterology, and many more.
Generally, medical specialties can be grouped into three categories:
To practise as a specialist in Malaysia, the medical practitioner has to apply to the Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (AMM) to be listed in the National Specialist Registrar (NSR).
1. “private medical clinic” means any premises, other than a government healthcare facility, used or intended to be used for the practice of medicine on an outpatient basis including -
(a) the screening, diagnosis or treatment of any person suffering from, or believed to be
suffering from, any disease, injury or disability of mind or body;
(b) preventive or promotive healthcare services; and
(c) the curing or alleviating of any abnormal condition of the human body by the
application of any apparatus, equipment, instrument or device;
2.”registered medical practitioner” means any person who is registered as such under the Medical Act 1971 [Act 50] and who holds a valid practising
Medical specialists can practise in the public or private sector. Clinic profiles of some private practice medical specialists are listed here: