Year Established: 1957
Established in 1957, Gleneagles Hospital is now owned by the giant Pantai Parkway Group Healthcare network. This 272-bed, private, acute-care hospital with more than 300 specialists provides an extensive... more range of medical and surgical services and has achieved Singapore Quality Class certification. Gleneagles 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. Asian Center for Liver Diseases and Transplantation (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.
Staff & Capacity
Beds: 272 Physicians: 300
Services & Amenities
Airport transport, Appearances, Car Service, Computers and E-mail, Language Assistance, Local accommodation assistance, Physician Consultation, Refreshments, Translator services
Cleaniness is good. But service and communication is horrible. My dad was hospitalised for an injury to his spine. Of the three days my dad was in there, the doctor did not attempt to even contact the family on his condition. Supposedly arrange for a meet up with the doctor on the third day morning, yet, the doctor was late for a good 2 hours. Communication by the nurses were also poor. Inform to collect the medication at the medical centre. but it was actually at another clinic.