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.Gleneagles Hospital Singapore, located in Tanglin, Central, Singapore, is a long established and well known Hospital, serving the public since 1987.
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Staff and nurses are friendly and helpful. Pleasant experience.
Ophthalmologist Xu Owen explained very carefully, soothing the patient’s nervousness due to surgery, and my husband’s response is also very good.
Their accident and emergency (A&E) department is not the best place to take children. Took my infant daughter for a respiratory infection and was referred to a paediatrician as there was none available on site. I had also taken my son there for a mosquito bite which lead to swelling and redness on the skin near his eyes the next day. Having worked in healthcare, I was concerned about the possibility of cellulitis and whether he needed antibiotics. I brought up my concern to the emergency room physician. He stated it did “not look red enough” to be cellulitis and to apply a steroid cream to the site. I asked if he needed oral antibiotics, he said “no.” Well, the next day, the swelling was even worse. I took him to KKH and he was diagnosed with periorbital cellulitis! We had to follow up with an ophthalmologist to make sure the infection did not progress to his eyes. After a course of antibiotics, the swelling and redness has thankfully resolved.
Horrible customer service. I made a phone call to seek advise on importing a stroke patient from JB and even specified a neuro surgeon. I was told by the customer service officer she cannot do anything and I have to call MOH myself and the clinic is closed and I can only try again on Monday. I called MOH and MOH said the protocol is for the hospital to make the necessary arrangements. Its a stroke case and this is how Gleneagles serve.
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