Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur Doctor List: Updated 2021

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We have searched the web to find essential Pantai Hospital KL related information and put them all in one place for your review, research and convenience.

It's clear from browsing various medical websites; most of them are not written with the consumer in mind. In the "Find a Doctor' directory, you will most likely not able to find eye specialist, skin specialist or diabetes specialist. Its listed as ophthalmology, dermatology and endocrinology respectively! You are expected to know what ophthalmology, dermatology and endocrinology mean? Do you? If you are looking for a specialist to treat your heart burn or GERD, do you look for 'heart burn specialist' in their 'find a doctor' directory?

Of course you can do a quick Google search to know what the jargons mean but that would just complicate the process that is supposed to be customer friendly.

To read more about medical specialties, check out Medical Specialties - Wiki.

We hope to make it easier for you in finding the right information that you need and assist you in connecting the dots. Hope this post helps.

Before diving into the list of specialist, you may need to have some basic information about the hospital (especially if you are an expat or a foreigner) e.g. the address and contact numbers. 

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur Address and Contact Number

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur
Address: 8, Jalan Bukit Pantai, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Telephone contact no.: +603-2296 0888 (GL)
Tel : +603-2296 0999 (Emergency Department/Ambulance Service)
Google Map:
No. of Beds: 331-bedded hospital, over 180 medical specialists | Joint Commission International (JCI) Accreditation.

List of Medical Specialists (Consultants) in Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) KL by Medical Specialty

Pantai Hospital KL Doctor List: Here is the list of popular medical specialties in Pantai Hospital KL.
Plastic Surgeons in Pantai (Bangsar) Hospital Kuala Lumpur
Dr Kim K. Tan
Dato' Dr Kuladeva Ratnam
Datuk Dr Ahmad Ridzwan Arshad
Related procedures: Eye Bag Removal, Limb Salvation, Breast Augmentation, Designer Vagina, Double Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty), Eye Bag Surgery, Facelift Malaysia, Gynecomastia Surgery, Hymenoplasty, Liposuction, Rhinoplasty, Tummy Tuck
To find other plastic surgeons in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Best Plastic Surgery Malaysia.

ENT Specialists (Ear Nose Throat Specialists)
Dato' Dr S. Kandiah Dimp
Dr Chang Chew Ming
Dr T. Shunmugam
Dr Tan Lye Suan (Head & Neck Surgery)
Related Treatments: Sinusitis, sinus surgery, Otolaryngology, FESS, sleep apnea.
To find ENT Specialists in Singapore, check out ENT Specialist Singapore.
To find ENT Specialists in KL, check out ENT Specialists in Malaysia.

Dermatologists (Skin Specialists) in Pantai (Bangsar) Hospital Kuala Lumpur
Dr Chow Kim Weng
Dr Lim Tou Chai
Dr. Prasanna Kannankutty
Dr Nazirin Ariffin
Related terms: Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne Treatment
If you are looking for other dermatologists in KL, check out Skin Specialist in KL.
If you are looking for aesthetic clinics in Malaysia, check out list of aesthetic clinics in Malaysia.

Obstetrician and Gynecologists | KL
Dr Chew Weng Yew (Infertility )
Dr Adilah Ahmat (IVF / ICSI )
Dr Choong Kuo Hsiang
Dr Idris Ahmad
Dr Idora Mohamed, Obstetrics and Gynecology | Dr Idora Review 
Dr M Narayanan
Dr (Mrs) S. Maheswaran
Datuk Dr Nor Ashikin
Dr Marsita Mansor (IVF)
Dr Ong Hean Choon (Menopause)
Dr Sheikh Johari Bux
Dr Thomas K. F. Ng
Dr (Ms) Kim Wong
Dr Wong Sum Keong
Dr Wong Wai Ping
Dr Premitha Damodaran
Dr Seri Suniza Sufian (Urogynaecology)
Related terms: Gynecologist, obstetrics, obstetrician, gynecology, gynecology, obgyn, hysterectomy, IVF
If you are looking for other gynaecologists in KL, check out Gynecologist in KL.

Cardiologists (Heart Specialists)
Datuk Dr Ridzwan Bakar
Dato' Dr Kenneth Chin Kin Liat
Dr David Quek K. L.
Dr Ng Wai Kiat
Dr Yee Kok Meng
Datuk Dr Zainal Abidin Abdul Hamid
Datuk Dr N. Arumugam (Cardiology)
Dr Ng Soon Gan (Cardiology)
Dr Tai Yih Siew (Cardiology)

Cardio-thoracic Surgeon
Dr N. Arunachalam

Clinical Immunologist
Dr Amir Hamzah Abdul Latiff

Dental Surgeons

Dr Priya Damodaran
Dr Naseem Banu Sadruddin

Dr Ernest Ng Wee Oon

Dr A. Nadarajah (Endocrinology)
Dato' Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir
Related treatment: Diabetes Mellitus

(Related: Check out Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes in Malaysia)

Eye Specialists (Ophthalmologists)
Dato' Dr Veera Ramani
Dr Hoh Hon Bing
Dr A.D. Vanniasingham
Related Treatments: Cataract, Glaucoma

Gastroenterologist & Hepatology
Dato' Dr S. Mahendra Raj
Dr Ganesananthan Shanmuganathan

Related Treatments and Procedures: OGDS, Colonoscopy, Heart Burn (GERD), Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Peptic Ulcer

Genito Urinary Specialist
Dr Prasanna Kannankutty

Dr Rajbans Singh

Gynaecological Oncology

Dr Paul Ng Hock Oon
Related terms: Cervical cancer, Ovarian cancer, Uterine Cancer 

Hand and Microsurgeons 
Dr Ranjit Singh Gill 
Dr Sharifah Roohi

Dato' Dr Vijaya Sangkar

Japan Licensed Physician
Dr Lau Poh Yok MD

Dr Yong Sin Chuen

Nephrologists (Kidney specialist)
Dr T. Thiruventhiran
Dr Foo Siu Mei (Nephrologist)
Dr. S. S. Gill (Nephrology)
Dr Tan Wee Ming (Nephrology)

Related Treatments: Kidney Failure, Dialysis

Dr Brian K.W. Ho (Psychotherapy)
Dr. Lee Aik Hoe (Adult Psychiatry)
Dr. Bharathi S. Vengadasalam
Dato' Dr Mat Saat Baki
Treatments | Specialists: Insomnia, Depression, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Bipolar disorder.

Neurologists (Nervous System)
Dr Lee Moon Keen
Dr Julia Shahnaz Merican
Datuk Dr Raihanah Abdul Khalid
Dr Sng Kim Hock

Dr Chee Chee Pin
Dr Lim Heng Tien
Dr Wong Fung Chu

Oncologist & Radiotherapist (Cancer Specialists)
Dr Joseph K. Joseph
Dr John Low Seng Hooi
Dr Lam Kai Seng
Dr Christina Ng Van Tze
Dato' Dr Mohd Ibrahim A. Wahid

Dr Catherine Lee 

Orthopaedic Surgeons
Dr Gobinder Singh
Dr Harwant Singh (Spine Surgery)
Dr Kok Choong Seng
Dr Lee Joon Kiong
Dato' Dr Mahmood Merican
Dr Mohamed Noortheen A. Mustafa
Dr S. Paramaswaran Suppiah
Dr S. Pasupathy
Datuk Dr Yeoh Poh Hong
Dr Sivananthan Kanagarayar
Related: Check out Stem Cell Treatment for Knees in Malaysia

Paediatric Surgeon
Dato' Dr T. Selvapragasam

Paediatricians (General)
Dr Azam B. Mohd Nor 
Dr Chin Yoon Hiap
Dr Eric Lee Kim Hor  (Neonatology)
Dr Foo Wang Leng  (Neonatology)
Dr Lam Shih Kwong  (Haematology)
Dr Mahinder Singh

Paediatric Cardiologist

Dr Kamaruddin Ahmad 

Paediatric Neurologist

Dr Malinee A. Thambyayah 

Paediatric Gastroenterologist

Dr N. Iyngkaran 
Dr Nur Atiqah Ng Abdullah 

Paediatric Surgeon
Dr Ganguly Gautham (Neonatology) 

Physicians (General)

Dato' Dr Aminuddin Ahmad 
Tan Sri Datuk Dr K. Ampikaipakan 
Dr K.  C.   Wong (Internal Medicine)
Dr M. V. Kudva 
Dr P. Ravindran Menon 

Dr Asokan R. Nair
Dato' Dr Joginder Singh
Dr Vimalah Rathakrishnan
Dr Josephine Subramaniam

Datin Dr Chin Gek Liew

Surgeons (+ subspecialty)
Dr Patricia Alison Gomez
Datuk Dr M. Devanand (Breast)
Dr Azlina Firzah Abdul Aziz 
Dr Karpal Singh  (Paediatric Surgery)
Dr Lee Hock Bee 
Dr Mohan Lal
Dr Wong Aun Keet (Thyroid Surgery)
Dr Zain Al Rashid
Dato' Dr Abdul Fahmi A. Karim (Adv. Laparoscopic & Gastro)
Dr Meheshinder Singh (Colorectal Surgery)
Dr Colin L.L. Ng (Colorectal & Endocrine Surgery)
Dato'  Dr Syed Mohd Noori
Dr Ashim Kumar Nandy (Hepato-biliary and Pancreatic Surgeon)
Dr Patricia Alison Gomez, Breast surgeon | Dr Patrichia Review

For Hepatobiliary unit of the Ministry of Health, please check out Hepatobiliary H Selayang MOH and the contact no. is +603 6126 3333.

Spinal Surgeon
Dr S. Sukumar

Urologists (Surgeons)
Dr Adam K. C. Chow (Stones & Prostate)
Dr Kenneth Koh Beng Hock
Dr Lam Hock Shang (Urolithiasis)

Vascular Surgeon

Dr Liew Ngoh Chin 

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) KL Reviews

Doing our research on the cyber-world before we make any decision, has been the integral part of our decision making nowadays. Unfortunately, the Google search results are mixed with irrelevant and advertorial webpages. In this post, we have tried to curate a list of relevant consumer reviews on Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur.

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Reviews on Facebook:

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Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Reviews on Facebook

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Reviews on Foursquare:

Go to link -
Reviews on Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur | Foursquare
Scroll down to read the reviews. 

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Reviews on Lowyat:

Quick Note: Long discussion thread, worth reading with lots of good information sharing.

Oct 2010 to Sep 2014. Price for delivering baby

Since i find that this forum still new just want to contribute some information that i experience and know before for the pricing. Basically im penangnites so my pricing will be base in Penang, if any other people wanna share u may just reply and i will update i... 
From Oct 2010 - 
To Sep 2014 -

Aug 2012 to May 2013: Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital feedback 

Hi all! I would just like to ask if there's any of you here who have given birth in Pantai Hospital KL. My OB is Dr. Yap Moy Juan and will have me deliver in that hospital. I would appreciate any feedback that you may have.

Other external reviews and related news:

May 2013 - MamaAtWork
My wife gave birth in Pantai in May 2013. During monthly checkups, we saw a Dr with a private clinic which kept to appointment times; thus there was little to no wait time. The delivery was smooth; all but one staff respected all of our wishes (for a natural birth). Would go there again.

Oct 2012. Meena Sreenivasan (New Straits Times)

She says: “I was into the third trimester. I was referred to Dr Patricia in Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur for a second opinion. I was given three choices. The first was no mastectomy or abortion, but chemotherapy. The second was to remove the lump, keep the baby and do chemotherapy. The third option was to go for mastectomy, abort the baby and go with the chemotherapy.”

Sep 2012 - The birth story
After much delay, finally my birth story is ready..hehe
This entry gonna be pretty long as I went thru 31hrs of labour but I will try to shorten it. The time to see my baby come to this world was the longest I had to wait in my life. I delivered when I was 40 weeks and 5 days of pregnancy...1 cm.. so near yet so far..and so the story goes...

Nov 2011 - "we were recommended to see Dr. Paul Ng in Pantai Hospital Bangsar. According to some reviews, his queue is shorter (hence very suitable for working woman like me) and his charges is 1/3 of Dr. Guna's..."

Sep 2011 - My Experience at Pantai Medical Center, KL
I'm gonna go according to the issues I had.
1. Admission and Labour Suite
I was impressed at first, since my admission was prompt. They immediately gave me a room and it didn't take long for my husband to register me downstairs. The labour suite was also quite impressive, big and spacious, and the best part was that they allowed husbands and moms in...

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur Room Rates

Room Type
*Rate Per Day (RM)
Executive Suites – Premier Suite (C7)
Executive Suites – Deluxe Suite (C3/C4)
Executive Suites – Supreme Suite (D4/D5)
Executive Suites – Supreme Suite (C6/D6)
Single Rooms – Premier Single (C7)
Single Rooms – Deluxe Single 
Single Rooms – Supreme Single 
Single Rooms – Supreme Single (C6/D6)
Two Bedded 
Two Bedded (C6/D6)
Four Bedded
Four Bedded (C6/D6)
Deluxe Delivery Suite  
Deluxe Delivery Single                        

To compare with other major private hospitals in KL, check out Private Hospital Room Rates in KL, Malaysia.

Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) KL Health Screening Packages

Pantai and Gleneagles Group of Hospitals offer a range of basic to very comprehensive and essential screening packages. These specially designed health screening (including blood screening) packages help to identify and manage your health risk profile.

How do I know which screening test to get?

There are many types of health screenings available. It may not be as simple as reaching out to Google or even Groupon to decide which test to take. You need to consult your doctor or physician to determine which tests are recommended based on your gender, age and medical and family history. Additional tests may be arranged for upon request or on recommendation by a medical doctor.

Before the appointment

  • Please fast for at least 8 – 10 hours prior to the appointment (consumption of plain water is allowed). 
  • It is advisable to refrain from smoking or consumption of alcohol at least 8 hours prior to the appointment. 
  • Antibiotics should not be taken for at least 8 hours prior to the appointment. 
  • Postpone taking any routine morning medication (except anti-hypertensive drugs) unless advised by your physician until after blood investigations.
  • Ladies who are going for mammogram are to avoid using deodorant or talcum powder 
  • Schedule your health screening after 10 days from the 1st day of menstruation, if undergoing a pap smear. 
Things to bring
Bring along appropriate shoes and comfortable attire if undergoing a stress test (treadmill)
Previous medical records, if any especially X-rays, MRI, CT Scan from your last check up for comparison
Glasses for your vision test. Do not use contact lenses.

What to Expect?
The duration of each health screening package varies. On average, the entire health screening process, including medical examination by a physician by a physician will take between 2 -4 hours depending on the health screening package selected.

Review and collection of Health Screening Report
The results of the health screening will be interpreted by the attending HSC doctor. The complete medical report with results will be compiled and shall be discussed during a review with your examining doctor. The medical reports are ready to be collected between 2 – 7 working days depending on hospital. For those who have to leave the country before this time, arrangement can be made for the report to be couriered, at a charge to the home country.

For health screening appointment in Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur, please contact +603-2296 0888 at least 7 working days in advance.

In Summary

Have you found the information that you need? 

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Related: Best Medical Card in Malaysia 2020

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