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Tummy Tuck at Farrer Park Hospital

Farrer Park Hospital, located in Kallang, Central, Singapore offers patients Tummy Tuck procedures among its total of 14 available procedures, across 6 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Tummy Tuck procedures at Farrer Park Hospital, as all prices are available on request only, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿316,871. There are many specialists available at the Hospital, with 4 in total, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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Private rooms for patients available
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Available Procedures at Farrer Park Hospital

Laser Eye Surgery (LASIK)
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Medical Examination
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Health Screening
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Female Health Checkup
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Male Health Checkup
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Tummy Tuck
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Breast Augmentation
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Breast Reconstruction
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Breast Implants
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Breast Cancer Treatment
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Cardiac CT
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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) Surgery
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Doctors at Farrer Park Hospital

Dr. Erik Ang
Dr. Erik Ang


Dr Ang is a certified Plastic Surgeon on the Singapore Medical Council's Register of Specialists. He has been in private practice since 2005 and has practicing privileges at various private hospitals in Singapore.

Dr Ang graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1989 and underwent Plastic Surgery training at the Singapore General Hospital from 1994 to 1999.

Dr Ang was awarded the Ministry of Health Human Manpower Development Programme and spent a year in sub-specialty training in the Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Toronto (1999-2000). He returned to Singapore in mid 2000 and was appointed Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Singapore General Hospital.

He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (Plastic Surgery) and a member of the Singapore Association of Plastic Surgeons.

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
Dr. Bernard Kwok
Dr. Bernard Kwok


Dr. Kwok established the Singapore's first multi-disciplinary Heart Failure Programme at the National Heart Centre of Singapore. He was the Director of the Programme, and continues to care for patients with advanced heart failure and heart transplant recipients as a Visiting Consultant at the National Heart Centre Singapore. With a strong interest in exercise physiology, he is an Exercise Specialist accredited by American College of Sports Medicine.

Dr Kwok is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at the National University of Singapore. He is a Past-Governor of the Singapore Chapter of the American College of Cardiology, and a Past President of the Singapore Cardiac Society. He is the founding President of the Heart Failure Society (Singapore). He is effectively bilingual in English and Chinese, and is conversant in spoken Bahasa. In addition, he speaks 3 dialects fluently (Cantonese, Hokkien & Teochew).

Dr. Bernard Kwok obtained his basic medical degree from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1990. He further qualified in internal medicine with Master of Medicine from NUS. He became a Member of the Royal College of Physician (UK), after qualifying with a diploma from the Royal College in Edinburgh, Scotland. He trained in cardiology at the National University Hospital in Singapore, and completed a fellowship in Heart Failure & Heart Transplantation at Stanford University School of Medicine in USA. He is Singapore's first qualified transplant cardiologist.

Dr. Daniel Chan
Dr. Daniel Chan


Dr Chan is a medical oncologist in the treatment of breast, lung and colon cancer. He was also trained in treating lymphoma, neuro-oncology and sarcoma.

Prior to private practice, Dr Chan was a consultant at the National University Cancer Institute during which he started the Neuro-Oncology tumour board and was an active member of the Sarcoma and Lymphoma tumour boards. He held concurrent appointment as Director, Undergraduate Education (Medical Oncology) at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

In addition to clinical work, he was also actively involved in cancer research at the Cancer Science Institute Singapore and has published many papers in peer-reviewed journals including Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), Annals of Oncology and Investigational New Drugs for many cancers and had written a book chapter on breast cancer. He was also co-investigator in numerous trials for new drugs. His dedication to research had earned him several research awards, such as the Overseas Research Fellowship (2010-11) and New Investigator Grant for research in breast cancer (2012), both bestowed by the National Medical Research Council (NMRC).

He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and also the Connective Tissue Oncology Society (CTOS) of USA.

Dr Daniel Chan graduated with honours from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2000. After becoming a qualified medical oncologist (2008), he spent a year at the University of California, Los Angelas (UCLA) (2010-2011) and Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre where he further honed his clinical expertise in medical oncology with world renowned haematologist-oncologist Professor Phillip Koeffler.

Dr. John Thomas
Dr. John Thomas


Dr John Thomas is a Specialist Board Accredited neurosurgeon with 20 years of experience in neurosurgery.

From 1998, Dr Thomas worked as consultant neurosurgeon at the Singapore General Hospital (SGH), rising to serve as senior consultant and head of the Department of Neurosurgery. Under his leadership, the Department of Neurosurgery received an outstanding review during the first international hospital accreditation of SGH by the Joint Commission International (JCI).

At NNI and SGH, he was lead consultant for the Functional Neurosurgery Service, which dealt with Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease and movement disorders, epilepsy surgery, micro-vascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia, hemifacial spasm and endoscopic sympathectomy for hyperhidrosis (sweaty palms). He was also lead consultant for the Radiosurgery Service for benign and malignant brain tumours, spine tumours, arterio-venous malformations of the brain and spinal cord and trigeminal neuralgia. Dr Thomas was also the co-lead consultant for neuro-oncology for brain tumours, skull base surgery for complex brain tumours and aneurysm surgery.

Since 1998, Dr Thomas has been involved in the teaching of medical students, neurosurgical residents and junior consultants. Dr Thomas is an adjunct associate professor to the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. He was the founding program director of the Singhealth Surgical Sub-Specialty Residency Program. His research interests are in the field of brain tumours (neuro-oncology), radiosurgery and functional neurosurgery.

Dr Thomas is a visiting consultant in National Neuroscience Institute (NNI), Singapore General Hospital, National Cancer Centre (NCC) and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC). Dr Thomas has also been appointed by the Ministry of Health (Singapore) as the Chairman of the Residency Accreditation Committee for Neurosurgery in Singapore, which oversees neurosurgical training for Singapore.

Dr Thomas began neurosurgical training in Singapore in 1995. He received a Ministry of Health (Singapore) HMDP Fellowship to the UK and completed his advanced neurosurgical training in Oxford, UK. He trained in brain and spine Surgery, tumour surgery, aneurysm and stroke surgery and functional neurosurgery.

Neurology Neurosurgery
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Michael Grosso

21 March 2020
I went there in the middle of the night for a small emergency. No other patients were there, so I literally had two nurses and one doctor attending to just me, that's a luxury. I came out of the place in under 2 hours and had the time to see the doctor two times, do an X-Ray and get the results, receive treatment and remain in observation until things got better. It's a record. I went there with the fear to get admitted and almost came out with the regret not to have been! I'm kidding, but you get the idea :) Great team, caring and knowledgeable. I read other reviewers reporting that the staff pushes you to carry invasive treatments. For me, it was the exact opposite, and they knew I had very good insurance, and a night in the hospital would have been more than justified. Instead, they gave me a very conservative treatment and some very sensible advice in the case things wouldn't get better (things did get better). Thanks to the emergency team again then, if I could give you 10 stars I would. 2
flo maudet

20 March 2020
Went yesterday to the emergency for a minor health issue. I was expecting a long wait and bad service from the reviews I read. But actually it was the opposite: very efficient staff, good organization, everyone was kind, the doctor was also very good. They gave me the documents for my travel insurance and my pills straight away and the whole thing only took like 1 hour!
Robert Fletcher

25 February 2020
I visited their 24hr Emergency Clinic for an ear infection. Very efficient, saw nurse and doctor, and in and out in 45 minutes. Around 8 people waiting at the time, everyone else was processed quickly as well.
Muso Lee

09 January 2020
This is a full-service hospital that is new and still unknown to many of our visitors. It may be relatively small in size considering the limited plot of land granted, which doesn't make it a lesser hospital that provides a full range of medical and healthcare services. If you want to receive treatment and enjoy unparalleled nursing attention, this is THE ideal place to come before it gets crowded like any other more familiar hospital. We have super wonderful experience both in ICU and Inpatient Suite (general ward) as a patient and as the patient's spouse. Sweet memories!
Flo Yeow

08 December 2019
It's a very conveniently located hospital, being connected with Farrer Park MRT station. It's also a very new hospital, with its suite of medical clinics and specialists who have since set up shop here. Wouldn't consider it the best hospitals in Singapore, in the midst of all other legacy-named private hospitals. Personally, my ear nose throat doctor is here, and my family and I have been visiting him for the longest time now. Besides that, my guess is as good as yours!
A Ggg

18 September 2019
Very kind and nice private rooms if you have good insurance. No waiting time. But the communication between nurses and the patient is bad. They don't tell me when and with what I should take my medication. For example, they gave me antibiotics with dairy products and probiotics. I asked if that's correct and they said sorry no. You should organize it better. Plus I had to describe my symptoms 20 times to different nurses and doctors. Just assign a nurse to the room.
Jerry Hsien

11 August 2019
Hospital located in the Little India area that is very convenient due to the faculty being connected to a hotel. Staying at the hotel allows you to access the hospital without having to step outside. Many services offered from major testing to typical out-patient needs. If you’re looking for ease this would be something to consider.
Tang Wai Hoong

04 August 2019
I was here from 14-15 June 2019 for an angiogram. Prior to admission, the many 1-star reviews here on Google really made me nervous. However, my personal experience here has been so positive that I felt compelled to share my own review here. The care I received has been nothing short of top-notch. Everyone was attentive and professional and I could not have asked for a better team to help me through what was a rather alarming health scare. Extra shout-out to the kitchen staff. Considering they probably had to minimize seasoning to keep everything healthy, the meals were surprisingly delicious. Also, I had a lovely view of my window of a garden planted with local herbs and vegetables and even some fruit which I assume is harvested for patients' consumption. Two small criticisms I would make: 1. My insurance package included meals and bedding for my wife who stayed with me over the two days. However, the staff did not seem to be aware of this arrangement and we had to call our agent to clear things up. Communication could have been better between the hospital and its staff to ensure a smoother experience for patients and their loved ones. My angiogram ultimately showed I did not have any major heart blockage to worry about - but I can see how a family dealing with a more severe health issue might find this small bit of miscommunication extra frustrating during an already emotionally fraught time. 2. The meals served here are covered with cling wrap. Perhaps it would be more eco-friendly and less wasteful to use a cloche instead? These two points aside, my stay was wonderful (well, as wonderful as a hospital stay can be) and I would like to offer my sincere gratitude to the whole team at Farrer Park Hospital for making it so.
Gabriel Marcus

13 May 2018
Very conveniently located.
Eric Ng

22 March 2018
Great new concept of hospital, right after operation my dad can rest at cheaper rate 5 star hospital next to the hospital.
Jason Lee

21 February 2018
Less crowded and quiet hospital
Sp Rafil

26 January 2018
Very clean and so good doctor 100% perfect
Vieren Chen

24 January 2018
There is one well known ENT doctor, Dr.Chew. very good, hospital very clean, less people, bathroom very clean.
Deepanshu Maurya

18 January 2018
Its very affordable and the hospital wards and staff are nice. Right next to farrar park mrt as well. However it isnt covered by several insurance companies

15 December 2017
Brand new fully equipped hospital. Clean and well thought out care free environment. Will always pick this place over the chaotic MtE in orchard. Wished more doctors start moving here.
Gunadi Wihardjo

10 December 2017
Great hospital. Clean and new. The ICU lounge is also very new and refreshing. However the price is expensive since it's private (as expected). The nurse is friendly too. Compare to other private hospital, this hospital is still relatively not as crowded, probably because it's still new. There are hotel next to it too, so you can stay next door if need be. It's also next to farrer park MRT
Badigol Aklalaken

03 December 2017
Nothing wow in here definitely what you pay will determine what you get. Cash is king.

19 July 2017
Emergency department has provided a very quick and professional service. Issa (one of the nurses) exceeded the expectations! Thank you!
Rudy Asahi

28 June 2017
Thank you for hospitality and five stars service from doctors, nurses and all staff
Jeffry Iskandar

16 May 2017
Staff are really helpful and nice, I remember my mom was hospitalized and passed away in here.. I want to thank them for the hospitality. Recommended hospital
Chiew Lan How

13 April 2017
Tks drs..nurses n all stuff at eye surgery suites , u are all very efficient..professional..cheerful..made my surgery went smoothly..tks again!

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