Need for qual­ity doc­tors

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - STAR EDUCATION FAIR 2013 -

HEALTH care in to­day’s so­ci­ety is com­plex but it has also seen an in­crease in ef­fec­tive- ness.

The fu­ture of pa­tients and their fam­i­lies are in the hands of a doc­tor.

Imag­ine the good and bad that can re­sult from a doc­tor’s ac­tions.

Hence, it is im­por­tant that doc­tors are pro­vided with qual­ity med­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing.

Nowa­days, there are more stu­dents look­ing at for­eign shores for their ed­u­ca­tion op­tions.

A ma­jor­ity of stu­dents choose to study abroad be­cause they would like to ex­pe­ri­ence liv­ing in a for­eign land.

Be­sides that, the qual­ity of med­i­cal ed­u­ca­tors is cru­cial in pro­duc­ing qual­ity doc­tors as this would make a pos­i­tive im­pact on the pub­lic’s health.

How­ever, go­ing into the med­i­cal field is costly and time con­sum­ing.

It is also nec­es­sary to place em­pha­sis on the se­lec­tion of the ap­pro­pri­ate med­i­cal school. There­fore, it is eas­ier for stu­dents to gain ac­cess through agen­cies of th­ese med­i­cal schools.

Medic Ed Con­sul­tant Sdn Bhd is a pro­fes­sional con­sul­tant ser­vice com­pany that helps stu­dents and their fam­i­lies choose the right med­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion path.

It was founded by Dr Lau Haw Ming to­gether with a group of doc­tors and it has been in op­er­a­tion since 2002. There are cur­rently 13 branches with 17 qual­i­fied doc­tors all around Malaysia.

Medic Ed is also recog­nised by the Malaysian Gov­ern­ment for the qual­ity ser­vices it pro­vides.

To date, it has sent more than 3,000 stu­dents abroad to ful­fil their

Medic Ed has been given the Malaysia’s Fast Mov­ing Com­pa­nies award, where 1,500 stu­dents have been sent over­seas. dreams of be­ing a doc­tor.

Medic Ed also com­plies with Qual­ity Man­age­ment Sys­tem (ISO 9001:2008).

In ad­di­tion, Medic Ed has been given the Malaysia’s Fast Mov­ing Com­pa­nies award, where 1,500 stu­dents have been sent over­seas to ful­fil their dreams of be­com­ing a doc­tor, den­tist or phar­ma­cist.

To­day, the Medic Ed group of com­pa­nies con­sists of TMC Col­lege, Red Ap­ple Den­tal, Skin Medic Aes­thet­ics Clin­ics, Me­di­v­i­ron Clin­ics and Hos­pi­tal Aman.

Medic Ed rep­re­sents uni­ver­si­ties from Rus­sia, In­done­sia, Tai­wan, China, Bangladesh and In­dia.

It pro­vides pro­fes­sional med­i­cal con­sul­ta­tion ser­vice in medicine, den­tistry and phar­macy for their stu­dents in or­der to get a place­ment with their de­sired univer­sity.

In ad­di­tion, Medic Ed walks ev­ery sin­gle step with the stu­dents by pro­vid­ing var­i­ous types of ser­vices un­der one roof. Stu­dents will be en­rolled in Foun­da­tion In Sci­ence (FIS) in TMC Col­lege.

Through­out this pe­riod, stu­dents will be pro­vided with Rus­sian lan­guage classes, In­done­sia en­trance exam tu­ition classes and lots more to pre­pare them for en­try into their re­spec­tive uni­ver­si­ties.

Af­ter com­plet­ing FIS, stu­dents will en­ter their re­spec­tive uni­ver­si­ties and from that point, the school rep­re­sen­ta­tives will as­sist in the stu­dents’ wel­fare, safety and aca­demic is­sues.

A men­tor-mentee pro­gramme will also be prac­tised, whereby ju­niors will be guided in or­der to help them adapt to their new life­style.

Fur­ther­more, Medic Ed also pro­vides an in­ter­est-free loan fa­cil­ity to those who are in need of fi­nan­cial aid. Medic Ed will as­sist the stu­dents in reg­is­ter­ing with the Malaysian Med­i­cal Coun­cil (MMC) upon grad­u­a­tion. Medic Ed also pro­vides job guar­an­tee whereby those who have com­pleted their gov­ern­ment ser­vice can join Medic Ed’s clin­ics.

Medic Ed wel­comes grad­u­ates who are in­ter­ested to part­ner with them by open­ing new clin­ics to­gether. Medic Ed is re­garded as a one-stop so­lu­tion cen­tre.

For de­tails, con­tact Medic Ed at 1800 889 088 or e-mail ad­min@ Medic Ed head­quar­ters is lo­cated at 19-1 & 19-2, Plaza Danau 2, Jalan 5/109F, Ta­man Danau Desa, off Jalan Klang Lama, KL. Or visit for more in­for­ma­tion.

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