The problem of malpractices of the doctors had been prevailing within the public health institutions and hospitals in Egypt. However, in 2010, Egypt had been receiving the ranking of 112th over 186 countries, according to the human development index, in terms of the quality of medical systems and services (WHO, 2012). In the year of 2015, Egypt had been recognized to be witnessing the highest rates within the hepatitis C disease and obesity and hypertension, whose rates had been nice to be 14.3% and 17.6% of the Egyptian population, respectively (Rios, 2015). The major cause of the problem are perceived to be based on the poor regulatory system, ineffectiveness of the administrators within the health institution, and the inability of the public sector hospitals to be formulating effective monitoring systems that will be enhancing the performance of the doctors. The major effects of the problem are perceived to be based on the higher rates of the health problems, infections, and the development of the ineffective treatment systems and processes. The development of the rate of the malpractices with the healthcare had been contributing within the production of the capabilities of the patients to be receiving the appropriate quantity and quality of treatment (Hamdy, 2012).