Our Vision

The Malaysian Family Medicine Specialists Association is recognized as an organization which advocates for Family Medicine and facilitates optimal primary health care in Malaysia.

Our Mission

The Malaysian Family Medicine Specialists Association supports and promotes Family Medicine Specialists (FMS) in its pivotal role of providing holistic management of health in the community.

Close to The Community

The physicians of Community can care for all kinds of people, including pediatric patients, adults and geriatric populations. Choosing a Family Medicine Specialists for day-to-day health needs for you and your family is an important decision, so Community makes it easy! We have hundreds of board-certified doctors in community. Caring about you is our first priority.

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Principles of Family Medicine

FMSes should be able to demonstrate:

1. The ability to make diagnoses which take into consideration the physical and psychosocial aspect of the illness using a problem-oriented approach.

2. Understanding in the different stages of human development and how they impact on the different tasks and health at each stage of life, e.g. childhood, adolescence, old age.

3. Understanding of normal and abnormal behaviour, in health and in sickness, in the family & community e.g. be able to cope with manipulative patients.

4. Understanding of the effects of the culture and class among the population e.g. awareness of traditional medicine, culture, religious proscriptions and prescriptions.

5. Ability to work in a healthcare team, as a member or leader, in rural or urban setting, serving patients of all ages and social strata.

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