General surgery is a medical discipline that involves various types of surgical action to treat various health problems and illnesses. In general surgery, the surgeon is able to perform preoperative and postoperative care, and its management, in addition to the surgical action itself.
Orthopedic and Traumatology Surgeon
Internist is a medical specialty that deals with various diseases and health problems affecting the internal organs of adults.
A cardiologist is a doctor who focuses on cardiology and is responsible for the healthcare of various diseases in the cardiovascular system, namely the heart and blood vessels.
Pediatricians are doctors who concentrate on prevention, diagnosis, treatment and treatment of all types of diseases in young patients, infants and children aged 14 years.
The neurologist is a doctor that focuses on the brain and nervous system. Neurological disorders are very diverse, many of whom suffer from memory impairment and are unable to live their normal daily activities.
Dermatology is one branch of medical science that focuses on the skin and diseases related to the skin itself. While Venerology is one branch of medical science that focuses on sexually transmitted diseases. Skin and genital specialists treat both pediatric and adult patients with different types of diseases. Diseases that are treated by the skin and genital specialists include skin, mouth, hair, nail, sweat glands, oil glands, external genitalia, and mucous membranes.
An ophthalmologist is a specialist specializing in eye care, eye surgery, and vision systems. This ophthalmologist is also usually providing advice related to prevention of injuries and diseases that can befall the eyes.
An otolaryngologist is a doctor who treats ear, nose, throat, and head & neck diseases.
A Pulmonologist is a doctor who focuses on dealing with lung diseases such as asthma, COPD, and pulmonary TB.
Physical and Medical Rehabilitation Specialist
Physical and Medical Rehabilitation Specialist is a doctor who focuses on physic and rehabilitation. Physical Science is the use of physical modalities such as light, heat, cold, water, electricity, massage, manipulation, exercise, and mechanical tools for diagnostic and treatment purposes. While the Science of Rehabilitation is the application of physical medicine and techniques to help patients achieve maximum function to improve physical, mental, social, and vocational adjustment to achieve a complete life according to ability and disability. Physical and Medical Rehabilitation Specialist is often called physiatric (physiatrist) to distinguish it from a physical therapist.
A psychiatrist is a doctor who treats patients with mental health disorders. Their roles include assessing and diagnosing, checking for relevant health conditions, and advising on appropriate care, including counseling, medication, and lifestyle changes, or mediation.
An anesthesiologist is a specialist physician responsible for providing anesthesia to patients wishing to undergo surgical or surgical procedures. In addition to ensuring that the patient is numb, the anesthesiologist also monitors the pain management and intensive care of the patient.
A radiologist is an expert in imaging who has been trained in obtaining and interpreting imaging with X-rays (X-rays, fluoroscopy, CT Scan), or radioactive substances and the use of ultrasound (ultrasound) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices.
Anatomical Pathology Specialist
Anatomical Pathology Specialist is a physician whose job is to examine the entire body in an autopsy process or tissue specimen that taken surgically. This field of pathology is used to determine changes in anatomical arrangement, chemical trace cells, and cell appearance.
Clinical Pathology Specialist
Clinical Pathologist is a doctor that provides important information from sample, such as blood analysis, urinalysis, and so on.
Clinical Microbiologist is a doctor that utilizes competence in the field of general medicine and medical microbiology to jointly conduct clinical surveillance (monitoring disease distribution), prevention and treatment of infectious diseases.
Clinical Nutrition Specialist
Clinical Nutrition Specialist is a doctor focused on determining the nutritional status of patients, and provides optimal nutritional therapy to support promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative functions in an effort to improve the quality of life of patients.
- Orthopedic Surgeon
- Internal Medicine Specialist
- Specialist of Physical Medicine and Medical Rehabilitation
- Anatomy Pathologist
- Clinical Microbiologist
- Clinical Pathologist
- Clinical Nutrition Specialist