—(1) Except in the case of a prosecution for an offence under this Act or any regulations made thereunder, the Director and an authorised officer shall not be compellable in any proceedings to give evidence in respect of, or to produce any document containing, any information which has been obtained from any private hospital, medical clinic, clinical laboratory or healthcare establishment in the course of carrying out any investigation or performing any duty or function under this Act.
(2) The Director and an authorised officer shall not disclose any information which is contained in the medical record, or which relates to the condition, treatment or diagnosis, of any person, as may have come to his knowledge in the course of carrying out any investigation or performing any duty or function under this Act unless the disclosure is made —
under or for the purpose of administering and enforcing —
the Termination of Pregnancy Act (Cap. 324);
for the purpose of any disciplinary proceedings under the Dentists Act 1999 (Act 24 of 1999) or the Medical Registration Act (Cap. 174); or
for any other purpose with the consent of the person to whom the information relates or the representative of such person.
(3) For the purposes of subsection (2)(c), “representative” —
in relation to a deceased person, means his executor, administrator or next-of-kin;
in relation to an infant, means one of his parents or his guardian; and
in relation to a mentally disordered person, means the committee of the estate of that person appointed under the Mental Disorders and Treatment Act (Cap. 178).