Minister: Proposed increase in private GP fees to be raised in Cabinet


KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed increase in private general practitioners’ fees will be brought up to the Cabinet, says Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (pic).

He said it was discussed at the ministry’s post-Cabinet meeting on Wednesday following the Malaysian Medical Association’s proposal, and feedback gained from a townhall meeting held in August.

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