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UM Faculty of Medicine deputy dean Prof Dr Azad Hassan admitted that it faced the problem of losing its top medical graduates to Singapore. "I don t know how the Singaporeans know about our top students and contact them directly. For the past two or three years, we get 80 to 100 housemen a year. With the Health Ministry s assistance, we re now able to allow the top 20 or 30 to work in UMMC (University Malaya Medical Centre) and continue with their Masters programme. Hopefully with that, we can keep them locally", he said.
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Professor Dr. Azad Hassan Bin Abdul Razack is a member of Specialty Subcommittee in the field of Urology, representing Academy of Medicine of Malaysia, AMM.
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A fellowship member at ACADMED is very experienced in their respective fields and have contributed significantly to the advancement of medicine field. Professor Dr. Azad Hassan Bin Abdul Razack is a Fellow Member at the Academy of Medicine in Malaysia. Professor Dr. Azad Hassan Bin Abdul Razack is a Fellow Member in College of Surgeons.
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According to Universiti Malaya s Medical Faculty Dean (development) and surgery professor Azad Hassan Abdul Razack, Malaysia s public healthcare spending against the country s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) was small, with doctors and nurses in public healthcare being paid little despite being spread out wide. Patients get a lot of things for free or at a minimum cost. Therefore, the lack of budget coupled with other issues prevent public healthcare from progressing to the next level in terms of innovative techniques and expertise, he said in a report by The Star Online. Azad also said that despite the nation s healthcare system s good outreach, with clinics being comfortably close to each other, the system still lacked in terms of the quality of the care, expertise and techniques in place.
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Professor Dr. Azad Hassan Bin Abdul Razack is an Urologist recognised by the National Specialist Register and the Ministry of Health. Professor Dr. Azad Hassan Bin Abdul Razack is also a member of Malaysian Urological Association (MUA).
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