The Gleneagles Medini Hospital is a 300-bed facility which includes a 150-suite medical office block
The hospital is of world-class standards and will make Medini another attractive medical health destination in the region. World class specialist treatments using state-of-the-art medical equipment are intrinsic to the Hospital excellent health care services. The facility offers international patients a range of orthopaedic surgeries, specialist heart treatments, health screening services and more.
Patients can undergo a range of surgeries including hip replacement, unilateral knee replacement, cataract surgery and more. A dedicated Cardiac Centre provides specialist heart treatments such as angioplasty (artery and blood vessel repair), coronary stent, valvuloplasty (valve repair) and coronary angiography.
Gleneagles Medini attracts patients from within and outside the country and provides a range of additional services designed to make life easier for their international patients: Foreign language interpreters, estimated bills at time of admission to help with financial planning, hotel bookings and confirmation service, flight bookings and airport transfer, insurance assistance, visa assistance, Post-treatment tours & sightseeing arrangements.
For Singaporean patients, Gleneagles Medini offers Medisave reimbursement for approved doctor-referred patients.
Gleneagles Hospital was established in 1996 and provides a range of reconstructive surgeries and heart treatments to an expanding international market. This multi-disciplinary medical center has won numerous awards for its quality service and patient care.
They offer a range of specialist heart procedures, Reconstructive surgeries
The Hospital is headed up by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Adzuan Rahman. Originally graduating from Queen’s University Belfast in the United Kingdom
They are committed to providing their patients with the safest and highest of quality care.
The Hospital has a renowned team of dedicated medical specialists, which welcomes both local and international patients.