Choosing your obstetrician could be a daunting task as you would like to have someone that you trust and get along well with to take care of you and your baby during pregnancy and labour. There are several issues that you need to consider prior to choosing your obstetrician:\r\n1)\u00a0\u00a0Decide where you want to deliver. Is the clinic\/hospital location convenient, provides the necessary medical facility and the medical expenses are affordable for you?\r\n\r\n2)\u00a0\u00a0Ask recommendations from your friends, relatives or the hospital. Remember just because they like the obstetrician does not necessarily mean you would too.\r\n\r\n3)\u00a0\u00a0If you have a pre-existing medical condition or other obstetric factors that makes you in a higher risk pregnancy? If so, then it may be best to choose an obstetrician who specializes or have had experience in taking care of patients with similar condition. In addition, does the clinic or hospital have adequate medical facilities and expertise to care for you?\r\n\r\n4)\u00a0Does the doctor work solo or group practice with a group of doctors?\r\n\r\n5)\u00a0Does a male \/ female obstetrician matters to you?\r\n\r\n6)\u00a0Schedule an appointment with the obstetrician. Do you and your partner feel comfortable with him? Is your concern or question answered satisfactorily? Will the obstetrician meet your pregnancy needs or labour requirements?\r\n\r\nTake time to research and decide which obstetrician you would be most happy to manage your pregnancy.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWe know how hard it is to find that one special gynae who will answer to your every need and provide you with the assurance you crave for when something in pregnancy screams out.\r\n\r\nWe took a walk around our forum and found mothers with good recommendations of various gynaes in Malaysia. In no particular order, here\u2019s the list as divided by the various hospitals.\r\n\r\nSunway Medical Centre\r\n\r\nNo. 5 Jalan Lagoon Selatan,\r\n\r\nBandar Sunway,\r\n\r\n46150 Petaling Jaya\r\n\r\nTele No: 03-7491 9191.\r\n\r\n1. Dr. Noor Aini\r\n\r\nDr. Noor Aini is experienced and known to be extremely knowledgeable in areas of childbirth.\r\n\r\n2. Dr. Jason Lim Meng Hock\r\n\r\nDr. Lim is regarded highly among his patients and has his clinic open from Mondays till Saturdays. Although the wait can be long, many patients are quick to argue that seeing a gynae like Dr. Lim is worth the wait.\r\n\r\n3. Dr. Wong Chin Yuan\r\n\r\nA gentle and responsive doctor, even the husbands feel that their wife is in good hands!\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nPantai (Bangsar) Hospital Kuala Lumpur (KL)\r\n\r\nLowyat.Net - Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital feedback \r\nAug 2012 to May 2013: Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital feedback\r\nHi 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...\r\nhttps:\/\/forum.lowyat.net\/topic\/2467635\/all\r\n\r\nMay 2013 - MamaAtWork\r\nMy 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.\r\nhttps:\/\/www.mamaatwork.my\/hospital-medical-facilities\/pantai-hospital-kuala-lumpur\/\r\n\r\nOct 2012. Meena Sreenivasan (New Straits Times)\r\nShe says: \u201cI 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.\u201d https:\/\/www.nst.com.my\/life-times\/health\/the-long-quiet-fight-1.160523#ixzz2AWPqjcjz\r\n\r\nNov 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..."\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/wishingforanangel.blogspot.com\/2011\/11\/my-new-gynae-where-and-who.html\r\nSep 2011 - My Experience at Pantai Medical Center, KL\r\n\r\nI'm gonna go according to the issues I had.\r\n1. Admission and Labour Suite\r\nI 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...\r\nhttps:\/\/lapis-lazulis.blogspot.com\/2011\/09\/my-experience-at-pantai-medical-center.html\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nSJMC (Subang Jaya Medical Centre)\r\n\r\n1 Jalan SS12\/1A\r\n\r\n47500 Subang Jaya\r\n\r\nTele No: 603-5639 1212\r\n\r\n4. Dr. Ang Ching Kuan\r\n\r\nGiggling expectant mothers will be quick to liken Dr. Ang to a Hollywood star because of his looks. He is highly recommended because of his low charges.\r\n\r\n5. Dr. Tang Boon Nee\r\n\r\nDr. Tang sees patients daily except for Thursdays and is known to be gentle and caring. She shuttles between SJMC and Taman Desa Medical Centre.\r\n\r\n6. Dr. Delilah\r\n\r\nGentle, Dr. Delilah constantly explains the happenings to the patient and the patient\u2019s husband, what the expectant mother is going through.\r\n\r\n7. Dr. Fong Chee Kin\r\n\r\nPatients of Dr Fong\u2019s nickname him as the \u2018Doctor Golden Hands\u2019, especially when it is a C-section delivery.\r\n\r\nMore reviews:\r\n\r\nSep 2012 - Hie Mummies! This is my first pregnancy as well and I am 32 weeks in(ohh... getting closer to delivery date. Just want to recommend my gynae, Dr Delilah from SDMC. She is really good, thorough, and humourous.\r\nhttps:\/\/www.malaysiabrides.com\/forum\/topic\/1819-list-of-gynaes\/page__st__750\r\n\r\nJul 2012 - My edd is 29th july, i was told natural delivery at sdmc (sime darby medical centre) cost 4.5k, anyone know what this charges cover? I think it doesnt cover room charges as i was told it cost150 for double room and 230 for single.Does it cover the baby fee ?\r\nhttps:\/\/www.malaysiabrides.com\/forum\/topic\/1704-fee-for-medical-center\/page__st__540\r\n\r\nNov 2011 - I'd been a patient with Dr Tang SDMC. Delivered my baby boy under natural method. Am pleased with her but be prepared for the long queue. Well, to avoid disappointment during visits, jot down your questions in a paper and ask her all you want... her visit is normally short and nice. Dun think she is pro in c-sect but her experience in c-sect sure comes in handy should there be any complications in the labour process. Just make sure you clarify with her that you opt for natural delivery... Well, if any doctor trying to coax you to go for c-sect, ask for all the reason behind it...\r\nhttps:\/\/www.malaysiabrides.com\/forum\/topic\/1704-fee-for-medical-center\/page__st__540\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nGleneagles Intan Medical Centre KL\r\n\r\n282 & 286 Jalan Ampang\r\n\r\nKuala Lumpur 50450\r\n\r\nTele No: 604 \u2013 257 7288\r\n\r\n8. Dr. Jean Woo Lee See\r\n\r\nDr. Woo advices on natural birth and also doles out advice regarding cost saving methods.\r\n\r\n9. Dr. Ravi Chandran\r\n\r\nDr. Ravi is known among his patients for his positivity and ability to make patients feel at ease even when the situation is a stressful one!\r\n\r\nSome Reviews:\r\n\r\nOct 2009 - \u201cHi marcusee, i would recommend GMC if ur budget allows. There a few well\r\nknown and good gynae in KL who are attached with GMC namely, Dr. LS Tan, Dr. Jean Woo, Dr. Jimmy Tang, Dr. Teresa Chow and Dr. Wong. Perhaps you can go into GMC's website and check it out.\u201d\r\nhttps:\/\/forum.lowyat.net\/topic\/1198935\/+80\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nTaman Desa Medical Centre\r\n\r\n45 Jalan Desa Taman Desa\r\n\r\nOff Jalan Kelang Lama\r\n\r\nKuala Lumpur, Malaysia\r\n\r\nTele No: 0379820703\r\n\r\n10. Dr. Loo Suat Chin\r\n\r\nA partner of Dr. Tang\u2019s, Dr. Loo is patient and displays care and concern over her patients.\r\n\r\n11. Dr. Fan Poh Wah\r\n\r\nHis high flow of patients\u2019 patronage credit him for his sense of humour, friendliness and most importantly, professionalism.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nDamai Service Hospital (HQ)\r\n\r\nNo 109-119,1st Mile, Jln Ipoh\r\n\r\n51200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia\r\n\r\nTele No: 603 4043 4900\r\n\r\n12. Dr. Mahes Sittampalam\r\n\r\nHighly recommended, Dr. Mahes Sittampalam, has been a resident consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist attached to Damai Service Hospital since 1999. Prior this, he was a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist in the General Hospital of Johor Bahru, Malaysia.\r\n\r\n13. Dr. Chong Kuo Hsiang\r\n\r\nA honest and thoughtful doctor, Dr. Chong encourages natural birth. Having a wife who is a lactation consultation explains his support of breast feeding.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nLoh Guan Lye Specialist Centre\r\n\r\n19 & 21, Logan Road,\r\n\r\n10400 Penang, Malaysia.\r\n\r\nTele No: (604)238 8888\r\n\r\n14. Dr. Voon Meng Hoon\r\n\r\nKnown for her gentle ways, Dr. Voon explains thoroughly regarding any concerns the expectant mother should have.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nQHC Subang\r\n\r\n11A Jalan USJ 10\/1A,\r\n\r\nSubang Jaya, Selangor, 47620\r\n\r\nTele No: (6)03-56317730\r\n\r\n15. Dr. Ng or Dr. Subra\r\n\r\nPatients recommend either doctor because both are friendly, detailed and gentle with affordable charges.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nAssunta Hospital\r\n\r\nJalan Templer,\r\n\r\n46990 Petaling Jaya,\r\n\r\nSelangor Darul Ehsan\r\n\r\nDr. Liew Fah Onn\r\n\r\nA senior gynae, Dr. Liew has many years under his belt.\r\n\r\nRemember, if you feel uncomfortable with your present gynae or need a second opinion, go ahead and see another gynae. You need to be comfortable\u00a0with the doctor that is going to guide you through this journey!