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Medical and Health Information Malaysia and Singapore

medical MalaysiamyMalaysiabooks links you to public health information sites in Malaysia and Singapore. Travellers to these countries can also health and medical services in these two countries (Medical Tourism)


Malaysia Health Services

Medical and health care in Malaysia comes under the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH Malaysia). The Department of Public Health overseas public health concerns in Malaysia.

Medical Tourism in Malaysia

Malaysia offers affordable good medical services to locals and foreigners. Medical charges and hospitalisation costs in Malaysia are very competitive compared to those in developed countries. 

      All private medical centres are approved and licensed by the Ministry of Health Malaysia. Many private medical centres have certification for internationally recognised quality standards such as, MS ISO 9002 or accreditation by the Malaysian Society for Quality of Health (MSQH). There is a wide choice of state-of-the-art private medical centres throughout Malaysia. Search for private medical services and hospitals at

Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM)

Other Health Information:

Ministry of Health Malaysia



Hospitals and health institutions in Malaysia

Public hospitals

Public Government Hospitals

Hospital Kuala Lumpur

Hospital Selayang (Selangor)

UKM Hospital, Kuala Lumpur

Private hospitals

Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM)

Other health-related organisations and Issues

A (H1N1) updates

[Ministry of Health Malaysia, new phone lines that will operational from 8am-9pm daily: (03) 8881 0200/ 0300/ 4414/ 4415.]
Malaysian Medical Association

National Heart Institute Malaysia

Malaysian Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis

Pharmaceutical Division, MOH Malaysia

Epilepsy Malaysia

Malaysia Parkinson Association


Medical and Health Information Singapore

Ministry of Health

Medisave, medishield

Ministry of Health, Singapore (MOH Singapore)

Medical Insurance and financing


Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore

Medical Association

Singapore Medical Association

Other health related organisations

Parkinson Disease Society Singapore

Agri-Food Veterinary Authority of Singapore

Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition - FDA (USA)

Travel tips and assistance

Coming to Malaysia for a Medical check or treatment?

1. Learn how to travel in Malaysia and Singapore

2. Check travel visa and customs regulations of both countries - travel essentials

3. Before travelling, search and compare hotel rates online. Lookout for offers, last minute rates and book early during holidays. School and public holidays in Malaysia and Singapore are peak periods

- List of Hotels by cities in Asia

4. Book early to get lower offer for hotel rates online


Other Health portals

Portal My Health



Food Safety

My Health Portal by MOH Malaysia

Pharmaceutical Division, MOH Malaysia


Food Safety Info Malaysia

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore

Food and Recipes


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Asia Medical links

Public Health Thailand 

MOH Brunei 

MOH Indonesia 

MOH Vietnam 

DOH Philippines 

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Asian Hospital Federation

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World links  

World Health Organisation 

Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore

Breast Cancer Site

America Parkinson Disease Association

Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (FDA)

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)


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With a wide array of food choices you can be certain to find your choices of a healthy meal. Fresh herbs and sea food are common in many Malaysian dishes.

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News On Influenza A (H1N1) - 2009/2010

Pregnant woman dies but docs save baby 04-04-2010

A(H1N1)- Five ILI clusters in the country 10-03-2010

83 kilo loser wins big 10-03-2010

Nationwide alert for dengue(26Nov)

A(H1N1)- 20 haj pilgrims infected 20-Nov-2009

H1N1 can kill quickly, health experts say

A(H1N1)- No new deaths, 70 new patients - 1st Oct, 2009

A(H1N1)- 587 flu-like cases being treated; no new deaths - 22 September 2009

A (H1N1)- Children under 10 need 2 doses of vaccine - 22 September 2009

A(H1N1)- Death toll rises to 77 - 18 sEPT.

No A(H1N1) deaths since Friday - 16Sept

A (H1N1)- No death for four days running - 7 Sept 2009

A(H1N1)- Death toll now at 73 - 3 Sept. 2009

One more A(H1N1) death reported

H1N1- No deaths reported, 365 tested positive

391 people admitted for influenza-like illness; no A (H1N1) deaths - 28 August 2009

A (H1N1)- No new deaths; 259 new cases; 27 August 2009

A (H1N1): Latest victim is 3-yr-old; death toll rises to 70 - 25 Aug, 2009

Many still complacent about anti-H1N1 measures

Malaysia Website on H1N1 by Health Ministry, Malaysia -


Doctors confused by many ministry guidelines

310 discharged from hospitals; no deaths recorded - 22 Aug, 2009

Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 may have spread in Singapore - 22 Aug, 2009

Insurance firms to cover claims

A(H1N1): 380 new cases, no deaths

The MMA answers common H1N1 questions

Influenza A (H1N1) hits record high with 569 cases

Three more H1N1 deaths bring toll to 67 - 18 Aug 2009

Govt to use Price Control Act on face mask sales

A (H1N1)- 2 more deaths; toll rises to 64

A(H1N1)- Three more deaths reported - 16, August, 2009

A(H1N1)- Three new deaths bringing total to 59

A(H1N1)- Two Tamiflu-resistant flu cases in US


H1N1: Time to get real serious

Why is A (H1N1) death rate in Malaysia four times the global fatality rate?

Health D-G says doctors must assume all flu cases to be H1N1 14 August 2009

A(H1N1)- Seven more deaths reported - 13August, 2009

A(H1N1)- 6 more deaths, total fatalities at 44 - 12 Aug, 2009.

A(H1N1): Death toll now 38 with six more deaths - 11 August, 2009

A (H1N1): 6 more deaths, taking total to 32 - 10 Aug., 2009

A(H1N1): Eight more deaths reported - 9 August, 2009; TheStar

A (H1N1): 3 more deaths, taking total to 18 - 8 August, 2009

Five more deaths bring H1N1 toll to 13

A(H1N1): Three more deaths, total at 12

A(H1N1): Lady teacher, 51, is country's 8th flu death

A(H1N1): New mum dies, baby is safe

Varsities can decide on closure over A(H1N1) - The Star - 1 August, 2009

10yr-old with flu symptoms dies, post-mortem on

H1N1 situation getting worse

Schools, colleges and NS camp closed

A (H1N1): Malaysia reports third death

Second H1N1 death in Malaysia - 27 July 2009

A(H1N1): Daily local transmissions overtake imports 13 July, 2009 - The Star

Liow: Pandemic at critical stage

The Star - 6 July 2009. .....According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), as of 8am yesterday, a total of 91,065 cases with 387 deaths in 126 countries were recorded worldwide, with Malaysia among five countries which recorded the highest number of new cases apart from Australia, China, Singapore, New Zealand and Japan. ....More than 300 infected with Influenza A (H1N1) - The Star 6 July 2009

New Website on H1N1 by Health Ministry, Malaysia -

WHO: Influenza pandemic alert raised to phase 6 ; 11 June 2009 -- On the basis of available evidence and expert assessments of the evidence, the scientific criteria for an influenza pandemic have been met. The Director-General of WHO has therefore decided to raise the level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 5 to phase 6. "The world is now at the start of the 2009 influenza pandemic," she said at a press conference today....check Infuenza A (H1Ni) details here

Influenza A (H1N1) FAQ

WHO website

Influenza A (H1N1) FAQ - the Star


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