Press Statement

January 2019 – Press Statement

Why weren’t our views sought on mySalam, Peka B40? pharmacists ask Putrajaya KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 — Pharmacists have joined the chorus of medical professionals who are dissatis􀃒ed with the government’s new mySalam and Peka B40 medical schemes. Click More Doctors shun Health Ministry’s ‘take it or leave it’ health screening scheme PETALING JAYA: The […]

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October 2018 – Press Statement

28 Oct 2018 [The Star Newspaper] The Reality About Medicine WE have too many doctors compared to houseman spots available. This is due to the mushrooming of medical schools in the country, and a large number of students doing medicine overseas,Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr Mohamed Namazie Ibrahim says. Click More 05 Oct 2018 […]

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September 2018 – Press Statement

24 Sept 2018 [FMT] Penang health exco defends attendance at KL vape summit GEORGE TOWN: A Penang executive councillor in charge of health has defended his attendance at a vape summit in Kuala Lumpur recently, saying he was there to engage the business operators in getting vape products legalised and to remind vapers to be […]

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August 2018 – Press Statement

01 Aug 2018 [FMT] MMA claims BN awarded medical licences to friends, supporters SERDANG: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) claims the former administration was awarding medical licences to their friends and supporters and calls for the immediate incorporation of a national medical licensing system to stop the practice. Click More 04 Aug 2018 [FMT] MMA […]

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29 Jul 2018 – Complainant confidentiality must be ensured, says MMA

PETALING JAYA: Confidentiality should be ensured when addressing complaints from house ofcers and junior doctors, says the Malaysian Medical Association. MMA president Dr Mohamed Namazie Ibrahim (pic) said the housemen and junior of􀃗cers might not air grievances in the pre sence of others as they feared repercussions. Dr Mohamed was commenting on Health Minister Dr […]

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