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Dr. Foo Siew Hui

Dr. Foo Siew Hui


Dr. Foo is currently the Head of Endocrine Unit of Selayang Hospital. She is also practicing as a Consultant Endocrinologist at Subang Jaya Medical Centre.

Dr. Foo completed her basic medical degree in 1999 with Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery (MBBS, 1st class honours) at University of Sydney, Australia. She started working in 2000 as a house officer at Kuala Lumpur Hospital followed by medical officer at Selayang Hospital from 2001.

After obtaining her MRCP from United Kingdom in 2004, Dr Foo served as a clinical specialist in internal medicine at Selayang Hospital. She later underwent her subspecialty training in Endocrinology in 2006 and obtained the Fellowship in Endocrinology in 2009. She started the endocrine service at Selayang Hospital in 2010 and has been the head of the Endocrine Unit since.
Apart from clinical work, Dr. Foo has been involved in various industry-sponsored and investigator initiated clinical research in the field of endocrinology, diabetes and cardiovascular disease since 2005 including EMPAREG-Outcome, EXSCEL etc. She has publications in various local, regional & international journals. She has also presented research papers in local and regional conferences.

Starting from 2014, Dr. Foo has been engaged as a trainer for the Ministry of Health Endocrinology Subspecialty Fellowship training. She is also a member of the task force for National Practical Guide of Insulin Treatment as well as the upcoming National Practical Guide for Inpatient Glycemic Management, Clinical Practice Guideline for Thyroid Disease etc.

Dr. Foo is a council member of the Malaysian Endocrine & Metabolic Society (MEMS) and has been actively involved in the MEMS annual congress as faculty member as well as organizing committee. She is committed in continuous medical education by delivering lectures, workshops, seminars etc. at the state, national and regional level. She has also been involved in public health education via public forum through the mass media.