Gleneagles Hospital is owned by the giant Pantai Parkway Group Healthcare network. This 258-bed, private, acute-care hospital with more than 300 specialists provides an extensive range of medical and surgical services and has achieved Singapore Quality Class certification.
The Hospital is a leading center for the care and treatment of cardiac patients. It is also a regional referral center with strong technology resources for imaging and robotic surgery. Gleneagles was the first hospital in Southeast Asia to use a robotic surgiscope for neurosurgery, spinal surgery, and ear, nose, and throat surgeries.
Parkway Healthcare set up the Asian Center for Liver Diseases and Transplantation (ACLDT) at Gleneagles in 1994. ACLDT is the first private center in Asia dedicated to the treatment of all types of liver diseases, including liver cancer, hepatitis, alcoholic cirrhosis, and pediatric liver diseases. Gleneagles was the first hospital in Southeast Asia to perform a living-donor liver transplant.
Other Gleneagles specialties include cancer treatment, cardiology, cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, gastroenterology and hepatology, hematology, lithotripsy, neuroscience, oral and maxillofacial surgery, neonatology, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pediatrics, sports and exercise medicine, and urology.
Gleneagles welcomes the medical traveler. The Gleneagles Patient Assistance Center (PGAC) helps make medical appointments with appropriate specialists; arranges airport and hotel transfer; assists with lodging, special food and beverage requirements; helps provide visa and visa extensions if needed.
Farrer Park Hospital opened in March 2016 and is sited within Singapore’s first, fully integrated healthcare and hospitality complex, called Connexion, which is Asia’s first, integrated lifestyle hub for healthcare and wellness. Connexion houses the 220-bed Farrer Park Hospital with its more than 300-accredited specialists and 18 operating rooms, a 10-floor specialist Medical Center, along with a five-star hotel and spa.
Supported by approximately 600 hospital staff, specialists at Farrer Park Hospital provide a range of services, such as cardiology, oncology, orthopedic surgery, gastroenterology and ophthalmology. A 24-hour emergency department provides attention for acute illnesses and the hospital has the most modern facilities for diagnostic imaging, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy and clinical laboratories.
Opened in 1979 Thomson Medical Centre Limited provides
various healthcare services for women and children. The company owns and
operates a hospital that offers obstetrics, gynecology, and pediatric services;
tertiary healthcare services in the areas of neo-natal and adult intensive
care; a range of medical, surgical, therapeutic, and preventive healthcare
services; and inpatient services, such as accommodation, nursing procedures,
and operating theatres and delivery suites. It also provides outpatient services,
including diagnostic imaging, colposcopy services, fetal assessment services,
laboratory services, specialist outpatient clinics, health screening, healthy
ageing, weight management service.
They are renowned for pioneering the hotel service concept of
providing quality medical service and outstanding patient care in a home-like
environment, and have the expertise to care for and support mothers through
their joyous yet complex months of pregnancy and childbirth, and continue to
provide necessary guidance on care for their babies post-delivery.