Best Angioplasty in Malaysia

Updated: 2018 May

Are you concerned about the quality and prices while looking for the best angioplasty in Malaysia?

With so many Interventional Radiology clinics providing angioplasty in Malaysia, how do you make the right choice?

As a community medical support network here at MyDoc Asia, we have compiled the best Interventional Radiology clinics with angioplasty in Malaysia for you, based on reviews and ratings from verified patients who have gone to the clinic - who knows better than those who have experienced it first-hand?

In the list of 1 Interventional Radiology clinics below, you can find answers to:

  • What qualifications do the doctors have?
  • How were the experiences of other patients who had angioplasty treatment at the Interventional Radiology clinic?
  • Where is the Interventional Radiology clinic? How is the traffic condition around the clinic in Malaysia?
  • When is the Interventional Radiology clinic open? Do I need to make an appointment?
  • What types of angioplasty treatments does the Interventional Radiology clinic provide?
  • How much does angioplasty cost around Malaysia?

About Malaysia:

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia, comprising of a peninsular below Thailand and just above Singapore, and the northern part of Borneo Island.

Medical visits to Malaysia is simple and usually doesn't post much problems, especially in terms of language. As a multilingual country, English, Bahasa Melayu, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tamil, and several other ethnic languages are spoken here.

The climate in Malaysia is tropical, with sunny days and rain all year round. Getting into Malaysia may require a travel visa depending on your nationality, so it is best if you check the visa requirements of Malaysian immigration before your visit.

The easiest way to get to Malaysia is by plane, with international airports available at Kuala Lumpur (KLIA/KLIA2) and Subang Jaya (SZB). Regional airports are also scattered across the country in Kota Kinabalu (Sabah), Kuching (Sarawak), Penang, Langkawi and Johor Bahru. You can also travel to Malaysia by train or on the road (bus/car) from Thailand and Singapore. 

Getting around in Malaysia is easy as there are taxis and ride hailing services (Grab) available, and subways/transits in city centres of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. The currency used in Malaysia is MYR (RM).

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We compiled Malaysia doctors that are licensed by ministry of health Malaysia and verified by MyDoc Asia Care Team. So here’s the list of Interventional Radiology clinics near you in Malaysia!

  • 1 total Angioplasty clinics
  • Average rating 4.5 over 5
  • 34 verified reviews

Just click into any clinics to view treatment options and price guides, read reviews from patients, see photos, or even send a message to the clinic.

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