Galen CEO Azrul Mohd Khalib says surviving cancer should not depend on a person's socioeconomic status.
State exco member says government has taken various proactive measures to ensure that all patients have an adequate supply of medicines.
Health Minister Dr S Subramaniam says government aware of high medical charges charged by private hospitals, and are in discussions to find a solution.
Some hospitals are resorting to cheaper drugs and asking patients to get their tests done elsewhere due to broken or unserviced machines.
Lincoln University College Pro Chancellor says fresh graduates with nursing diplomas can earn almost RM9,300 a month working in Singapore.
33-year-old suspect is believed to have been involved in scam since 2011 and operated using SMS, charging RM18 to RM25 for each fake medical certificate.
In a move to reduce medical subsidy for non-citizens, the health ministry has announced new rates for wards and surgery for foreign residents.
Stop complaining about the traits of millennial doctors, everyone must take it upon themselves to be part of the solution and not be part of the problem.
Health ministry says every year, 20% to 30% of medical graduates can't complete their housemanship in two years due to stress at the workplace.
Chief Secretary to the Government believes work pressure is the main reason why hospital interns go missing from work and are served termination notices later.
The verma therapy would complement treatment for orthopaedic and rehabilitative patients.
Medical experts dismiss PSM's proposal to discourage specialists from government hospitals joining private sector.
Auditor-General Ambrin Buang recommends fines for non-compliance.
DAP lawmaker says government should instead cut down on spending, especially for Prime Minister’s Department.
Cautious welcome to 'stop-gap' government scheme for medical graduates to get jobs in public hospitals.
Govt hospitals, clinics unable to carry out tests using reagents since September this year despite bigger health budget than next year's allocation.
Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching finds it unacceptable that allocations for public healthcare has been cut while that for the Prime Minister’s Dept has increased.
Some patients and medical staff say there is a shortage but the Health Ministry says there is adequate supply.
At least two patients abandoned each month with family members refusing to take them and welfare homes also unable to take them.
The present ratio of 1.85 hospital beds to every 1,000 population does not reach the international standard ratio of 2.5:1,000.
Deputy Health Minister Dr Hilmi Yahaya says this is not possible now as women doctors don't seem interested in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Ministry is holding discussions with Public Services Department to raise doctor-patient ratio to 1:400.
Hospital staff regularly steal medicines and pharmaceutical supplies for personal use, a report finds.
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