PARALLEL PATHWAY INTERNAL MEDICINE MALAYSIA
Training Physicians of Tomorrow for Improved Services & Equity of Care for ALL MALAYSIANS
Training - wherever it is delivered, will undeniably lead to an improvement of health care services.
Training and Delivery of patient care are synergistic.
Ultimately the aim of training physicians is to ensure equity of care to all Malaysians.
OBJECTIVES, STRUCTURE & IMPLEMENTATION
Dr Rosaida Mohd Said
National Head, Internal Medicine
Dr Rosaida Mohd Said, as Head of Service is responsible for the post graduate training of Physicians and oversees training of subspecialties as well within the field of Internal Medicine.
Datuk Dr Noel Thomas Ross
Deputy National Head, Internal Medicine
Training of Physicians will always need to be an evolving process in order to equip physicians for the ever changing face of internal medicine.
Implementation of this programme nationwide constitutes a massive effort requiring input from all levels of Physicians.
Datuk Seri Dr Paras Doshi
National Chair Post Graduate Training Parallel Pathway
The Parallel Pathway caters to training all over the country. Every hospital no matter the size will be able to cater to training medical officers to become physicians.
Training of Physicians is a continuous process which takes 48 months resulting in a Doctor who is first and foremost an Internal medicine Physician first and a sub specialist later.
Even when a physician becomes a sub specialist, the physician should never forget that they are first and foremost Physicians!
STATE & REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES
Dr Nurain binti Mohd Noor
Care Comes First
The Parallel Pathway has been around since the second half of the previous century and has trained a number of prominent physicians who have contributed to the advancement of internal medicine in the country.
The revamped parallel pathway has added structure and flow for the 48 months training leading up to the 6 month gazettement process
Get in touch with us at the Ministry of Health
Cawangan Pembangunan Profesion Perubatan
Bahagian Perkembangan Perubatan
Block E1, Parcel E
Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia