Sister Kay McNaught
advisor, medical tourism

With over a decade of experience in the medical tourism industry, Sister Kay McNaught is a highly sought-after destination medical tourism professional facilitator and international patient care advisor based in Kuala Lumpur. A graduate of NHS, Sister Kay completed her nurse training at Edgware General Hospital in London, and specialized in cardio-thoracic nursing at St. Georges Hospital.

Sister Kay’s expertise in patient care management began during her time as a Sister/Nursing Supervisor at The Wellington Hospital in London. Her outstanding patient care skills led to her appointment as the VIP Patient Care Manager, responsible for looking after patients arriving from the Middle Eastern Countries and escorting critical medical cases back to their country of origin.

Upon returning to Malaysia in 2008, Sister Kay became an Aesthetic Consultant at Faceworks Clinic in Kuala Lumpur, where she marketed their non-surgical aesthetic services. In 2010, Sister Kay became the first Medical Tourism Facilitator in Malaysia, promoting surgical and non-surgical procedures from selected medical providers to international travelers.

Sister Kay has worked with top accredited medical centers in the UK and Kuala Lumpur. Her knowledge and experience enable her to communicate on a professional level with doctors and surgeons while also reassuring and advising patients during the pre and post-surgical procedures. Through her patient care management skills, Sister Kay has successfully influenced potential medical tourists to choose Malaysia as their preferred destination.

Sister Kay’s expertise and success in the medical tourism industry have earned her a reputation as a top professional facilitator and patient care advisor. With satisfied patients from Australia, Britain, and the US, Sister Kay is the go-to contact for referrals and return visits. Utilizing various social media platforms, Sister Kay continues to promote the high standard of healthcare in Malaysia to attract more medical tourists.

Sister Kay blogs at

Disclaimer: Passage Asia does not offer or provide any form of medical services, advice, diagnosis or treatment. Whilst we take great effort to ensure the information provided on this site is accurate to our knowledge and at the time of publication, its only purpose is to assist the visitor/patient during his/her decision-making and not to replace professional medical advice from the doctor/physician/specialist/surgeon. By using our site, you hereby acknowledge and agree to our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. We reserve the right to make any amendments to the policies without any prior notice to the users.