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LCP: Process OF REGISTRATION

5.1 A general practitioner who intends to practise aesthetic medical practice is required to apply through the Joint Secretariat of MSAM/SAAARMM.

5.2 The Joint Secretariat of MSAM/SAAARMM shall verify and compile the related documents of general practitioners intending to practise aesthetic procedures.

5.3 Joint Secretariat of MSAM/SAAARMM will then forward the related documents to the Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice through the Medical Practice Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia.

5.4 The Medical Practice Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia will issue the Letter of Credentialing and Privileging (LCP) to the successful applicant upon recommendations by the Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice.

5.5 A Letter of Credentialing and Privileging is valid for 3 years and is renewable upon endorsement by the Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice.

5.6 With the LCP, the medical practitioner‟s name will be listed in the National Registry of Registered Medical Practitioners Practising Aesthetic Medical Practice.

5.7 The Main Credentialing and Privileging Committee of Aesthetic Medical Practice may conduct a review of the privilege given if there is a complaint or evidence of unsafe practice or professional misconduct. This committee may recommend to the Medical Practice Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia for removal of his/her name from the National Registry.