Malaysia‘s Health Care
Healthcare Malaysia was ranked 1st as the Best Healthcare within the world category of International Living Annual Global Retirement Index 2019, with 95 out of 100.
13 hospitals have gained accreditation from Joint Commission International (JCI) within the country. Communication is not a barrier for foreigners as most of the doctors can speak English. The majority of them had received training in the United Kingdom, the United States, or Australia.
There are private and public hospitals for expatriates to choose from according to their needs. Private healthcare facilities are at a fraction of the price of their home country. It’s attractive not just for great value, but also for qualified service.
Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) is an initiative under the Ministry of Health Malaysia that carries the mandate as a curator for the country’s healthcare travel scene.
MHTC coordinates the industry collaborations and establishes valuable public-private partnerships at home and abroad to enhance, facilitate, and promote Malaysia’s healthcare travel industry. The membership services included Malaysian medical institutions that provide exemplary services to international patients.
Our company Aubella is one of their partners. The high-quality advanced medical equipment, internationally certified medical team, and lower fees are the main reasons for attracting foreigners to Malaysia.
Normally the price of medical items in Malaysia is only half of that of European and American countries, and the exchange rate is lower than that of Western countries, so a large amount of medical expenses will be saved.
The rapidly emerging medical services in Malaysia provide a wide range of specialty programs, among which cardiology, dentistry, orthopedics, pain management, oncology and physical examination have made outstanding achievements. It is worth mentioning that Malaysia is also one of the countries with the best hospital equipment in Asia.
According to statistics, there are 33 medical universities in Malaysia and the number of doctors is huge. There is 1 doctor in every 400 Malaysians. All domestic medical practitioners must comply with the National Professional Medical Staff Act and have professional and safe medical service standards.
Malaysia was voted as the fifth best country for elderly care in the world and the first in Asia. In addition to its pleasant climate and good air quality, it also has a rich natural environment, allowing patients to recuperate and recover in an ideal environment without stress.