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Doctor Saifullah

Personal Profile

Dr. Saifullah is a compassionate and attentive bariatric doctor who prioritizes the well-being of his patients. With a meticulous approach to consulting, he pays great attention to detail and actively listens to his patients, ensuring they feel comfortable and understood throughout their journey. Dr. Saifullah believes in the power of support and community, organizing activities and support groups to foster a sense of camaraderie among his patients. In his leisure time, he finds solace in hiking, immersing himself in nature's beauty and drawing inspiration from the great outdoors. Dr. Saifullah's unwavering dedication to personalized care and his passion for fostering patient well-being make him a trusted and compassionate ally on the path to improved health.

Dr Saifullah - Bariatric Doctor | Klinik MediSkin

Dr. Saifullah


  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Adelaide, Australia

  • Certification from World Obesity Federation on Obesity Management (SCOPE Certified)

Professional Experience

  • Currently practicing as a Medical Officer in Malaysia

  • Specializes in obesity management, providing comprehensive and evidence-based care to patients

  • Works with patients to develop personalized treatment plans, including dietary and lifestyle modifications, medications, and bariatric surgery when necessary

  • Passionate about patient advocacy for obesity and raising awareness about the issue

Research and Publication

  • Author of several research articles and presentations related to obesity management

  • Actively participates in continuing medical education to stay up to date with the latest advancements in obesity management

Certification  and Membership

  • Member of the Australian Medical Association (AMA)

  • Certified by the World Obesity Federation on Obesity Management (SCOPE Certified)

  • Participates in various medical societies related to obesity management, including the Obesity Management Association (OMA) and the Australasian Society for the Study of Obesity (ASSO)

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