Fortis Seeks to Exit Singapore Healthcare Business

By P.R. Venkat and Cynthia Koons

Fortis Healthcare Ltd. has put its Singapore assets up for sale as part of a push to focus on its domestic market, people with knowledge of the deal said, in what would be the latest overseas disposal by the Indian-owned hospital firm.

Run by billionaire brothers Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh, Fortis expanded in countries from Australia to Vietnam. But in recent years, the company has cut its overseas exposure with sales of hospital stakes in Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore. It has, in the process, reduced its debt levels. It is now looking to sell its remaining Singapore interests, namely three hospitals–Fortis Surgical Hospital, RadLink-Asia and Singapore Radiopharmaceuticals–which could raise about US$150 million, the people said.

A Fortis spokesman declined to comment, but said the company is focused on its home market. “Our stated position is that we want to focus on India operations, particularly on hospitals and diagnostics.”

The Indian company first moved to Singapore in March 2010 when it spent US$685 million to acquire a 25% stake in Parkway Holdings Ltd., a health care operator in the city-state.

But the investment was short-lived. Just four months after they bought the stake, the brothers lost a takeover battle for Parkway to IHH Healthcare Bhd., a hospital operator backed by Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund Khazanah Nasional Bhd.

Parkway, which operates both Mount Elizabeth Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore, has been aggressive in its Asian expansion. Last year, Parkway announced plan to build a Gleneagles Hospital in Hong Kong.

The Singh brothers sold their Parkway stake and made a profit of 116.7 million Singapore dollars ($92 million). Apart from that, Fortis has raised nearly another US$700 million with stake sales. It sold its investment in Hong Kong’s Quality Healthcare for US$355 million late last year and unloaded Dental Corp. Holdings Ltd in Australia for another $276 million.

In selling its Singapore assets, Fortis is hoping to capitalize on a wave of recent interest in health care deals in the region. Last year, about $24.7 billion worth of health-care deals were reachedin Asia, according to Dealogic, a 72% increase from a year earlier and the highest level of deal activity for the sector in more than a decade.

Asia’s growing middle classes are creating more demand for health-care services and private-equity firms have taken an interest, due to the steady returns offered.

In India, health care deal volume more than doubled last year to $4.7 billion. In Southeast Asia, volume more than doubled to $1.9 billion.

Fortis has health care operations in India, Singapore, Dubai, Mauritius and Sri Lanka. It has 65 facilities including projects under development, more than 10,000 potential beds, and more than 240 diagnostic centers. Fortis says the Indian health-care sector is growing at an annual rate of 15% and revenues are expected to hit US$150 billion by 2017.

Sean McLain contributed to this article.

Write to P.R. Venkat at venkat.pr@wsj.com and Cynthia Koons at cynthia.koons@wsj.com
Source: http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20140404-702834.html

1. The Waiting Time is Long

The universal rule of demand and supply applies.  There is this good doctor.  And there is only one of him or her.  Well, guess what?  There is indeed a lot of people who would want to see this particular doctor !  It does sound very much like deciding on which Char Kway Teow stall to buy your noodles from in a food centre.  A good reputation as a doctor takes a long time to build.  And when a level of reputation is achieved, one can be certain that patients keep coming back for more.  And not only them, but their parents, cousins, colleagues, nephews and nieces too.  Try not to give up waiting for a good doctor, there is a reason for his or her popularity.  Some of us feel happy to be the only patient in a clinic, seemingly given exclusive attention by numerous staff.  But wait.  Ask yourself: Why is no one else here ?

2. The Specialist Does Not Offer Extras 

A specialist has chosen sometime in their medical training to focus on a certain area of practice.   And most of them stuck to that area when they were employed in a public hospital.  But when they arrived in the jungle of private practise, things changed.  Free of institutional restrictions, GPs and specialists begin to offer more services and products.  It is now well known that many doctors can undergo a short course and rebrand themselves as Aesthetics Doctors, which is pretty specialist-sounding to most people.  And so, if the GPs can do it, why can’t other specialists?  And so they do.  Is your specialist concentrating on the liver or kidney or ovaries, or is he/she offering you botox, liposuction or “body contouring”, and even “medical grade” face creams and skin cleansers ?   I have a hard time believing all this extras is not profit-driven.  I, for one, will not be a patient of a clinic that is competing for the beauty parlour dollar.  Who knows, maybe one day some doctors might offer “medical grade” manicures too?   Take a good look at your doctor’s website.  Make sure the physician or surgeon is indeed a specialist and not the proverbial Jack of All Trades.

5 ways to tell if the doctor is good

3. No Excessive Advertising – Preferably None !

In the days of old, when doctors were forbidden to advertise, reputations were built through word of mouth.   These days doctors advertise themselves no differently from manufacturers of mobile phones, soft drinks, running shoes and toys.  Their advertisements can be seen in newspapers, lifestyle magazines, and on the Internet.  If you are reading this, chances are high you have been searching for good doctors and spotted many Google ads in the search results.  Doctors should have websites.  The information on the website helps potential patients or their loved ones to find a suitable doctor online.   But I see advertising as a weakness of a medical professional who is not happy just to build a good reputation through word of mouth or peer recommendation.   And as the number of medical advertisement increases, the temptation to aggrandise themselves escalates.  Their clinic is suddenly “premier”.  The doctor is “renowned”.   Taglines and slogans now abound: “Exquisite Tummy Tucks” and “Bigger Breasts Now!” says an ad from a cosmetic surgeon.  “Relief your pain instantly!”.   And if you click on enough of these ads, you might have noticed that some doctors buy numerous slots such that no matter which ad you click on, it always leads to the same doctor !

4. The Doctor Stays Put in One Place

While not always true, most good doctors with a sizeable following stay in one hospital or medical centre.  They generally have too many patients to cope with in one hospital and feel it is best to be available all the time in case the hospital wards need them urgently.   So if your specialist’s address is at Mount Alvernia, he or she should be stationed there most of the time.  Some doctors run a “satellite clinic” somewhere else.  This secondary clinic serves to “catch” potential patients in an HDB estate or a shopping mall who would otherwise not go to a hospital.  Then there are doctors who seem to be operating in a few hospitals in any given week.  2 days in Mount Alvernia, Wednesdays in Novena and another 2 days in Mount Elizabeth.  Now, I have serious reservations about that.  Are they spreading their bets and trying to catch as many patients in as many places as possible?  Will he be in the right hospital when I really need him to see me ?  I am not sure.

5. The Doctor  Tells You to Take Your Time

Many patients complain that they felt rushed into a decision about surgery.  Let us face it.  Surgeons earn money doing surgery.  One more surgery that week is going to increase his income a fair bit.  Let us suppose the surgery is indeed necessary.  I would want my surgeon to explain the rationale for the surgery.  And I will need time to think about it.  And I might want to seek a second opinion.  And possibly even a third opinion if the type of surgery is rare or risky.    A Vietnamese patient once commented that her surgeon rushed her to make a decision regarding surgery because it was a “serious” condition, but at the same time suggested that she can get a breast surgeon colleague to increase her bustline.  Alarm bells went off in her head and she immediately looked around for other doctors.  And fortunately for her, she found another surgeon who does that operation for a much lower cost, without the boobs-upsizing side dish.

These are new hospitals that will be built or become operational in 2010 and beyond:

 

(1) Khoo Teck Puat  Hospital 
KTPH is located at 90 Yishun Central.  http://www.ktph.com.sg

 

 

(2) Ng Teng Fong Hospital
Originally Jurong General Hospital, but renamed after the anchor donor to the hospital building.  NTFH will be ready in 2014 and serve Jurong and western Singapore.

 

(3) Farrer Park Hospital
A completely new private hospital complete with an integrated hotel and spa.  Located in the Serangoon Road area opposite Mustafa.

KK Hospital apologises for baby mix-up
04:45 AM Nov 20, 2012
by Tan Weizhen

 

SINGAPORE – In what is the first reported baby mix-up in a public hospital, two sets of parents went home on Sunday from KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) with the wrong babies.

The mistake was discovered about an hour after one of the couples got home and noticed the identifying tag – which hospital staff tie around every newborn’s ankle – of the baby they brought back did not bear the mother’s name.

After blood tests were carried out to verify that the baby did not belong to the first couple, the second set of parents were notified of the mistake at around midnight on Sunday, after they had spent around 10 hours at home with the baby whom they thought was theirs.

While the babies have been returned to their rightful parents, the results of DNA tests to confirm the identity of the two boys will only be known by the end of this week.

Yesterday, KKH released a media statement at about 7.20pm on the mix-up. Calling it an “unfortunate incident”, the hospital said it “unreservedly apologises to the parents for this error and will take all steps to prevent any recurrence”.

At a press conference last night, KKH Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Kwek – who was present along with the Chairman of the hospital’s medical board, Mr Alex Sia, and Director of Nursing Tan Soh Chin – also apologised and pledged that there will be no repeat of such a mistake in the future. “This is a terrible incident … it is the first and will be the last time,” he said.

Adding that the hospital is reviewing all its processes, Mr Kwek said the hospital is providing the families with support, including counselling.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) was informed of the mix-up yesterday morning. The MOH said: “We are sorry for the anxiety and stress caused to the parents of the newborns due to the unfortunate incident. The MOH will work together with KKH to extend all necessary support to the two families. We will also be working with the hospital in their investigations and will review their processes to prevent any recurrence.”

The hospital did not reveal the identities of the families, who have asked for privacy.

Mr Kwek told reporters the two sets of parents were distraught after they learnt of the mix-up. “Both mothers were crying … and the fathers were upset. But they met each other and … were very cordial,” he said. “They were relieved that the ordeal was over but still want to wait for the final tests.”

While the hospital is investigating what happened, Mr Kwek said it was possible that the identifying tag on one of the babies had fallen off, and a wrong tag was put on subsequently. A tag – believed to be the one that came loose – was found yesterday in an empty cot.

Mr Kwek said every newborn at the hospital is tagged with two identifying tags bearing the mother’s name, one on the right ankle which is put on first at the delivery suite, and the second one – on the left ankle – when the baby is taken to the nursery.

When the babies are discharged from the hospital, the nurses are supposed to double-check the tags. However, Mr Kwek said that this might not happen as often as it should and the lapses will be investigated as part of the review.

“At the point of discharge, when the nurses are checking … sometimes if the baby is sleeping, the nurses are a bit reluctant and I think the parents are also reluctant (to have the tags checked) because, to check the ankle, they have to undo the blanket and unwrap the baby, and that unsettles the baby. We suspect that’s what happened – a failure to check,” Mr Kwek said.

Referring to the couple who discovered the mix-up as “Couple B” who brought home “Baby A”, Mr Kwek said Baby A was being breastfed when he was being discharged.

While it was clear that the tag on Baby A’s left ankle “came free”, what happened thereafter is the subject of investigation. “It is possible that the baby had a second tag put on wrongly,” Mr Kwek said.

Couple A are first-time parents, while it was the third child for Couple B. According to Mr Kwek, the other set of parents, Couple A, removed the tags on Baby B without checking them after the family reached home.

Couple A was informed of the mix-up only after a blood test was done to show that Baby A was not Couple B’s child, Mr Kwek said.

Couple A subsequently also underwent blood tests. Both tests showed that the babies’ blood were incompatible with the blood group of the couples that brought them home respectively.

Mr Kwek said that neither of the babies had “distinguishing characteristics”. He added that as newborns, they looked very similar.

On whether any hospital staff will be disciplined, Mr Kwek said the hospital will wait for the investigation to be concluded before taking any action.

URL http://www.todayonline.com/Hotnews/EDC121120-0000045/KK-Hospital-apologises-for-baby-mix-up

 

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When price is not an issue, ‘hospitel’ is the choice

“Mr. Chairman, welcome to your S$13,000 [US$10,257] per night suite,” I joked to an Indonesian colleague, as a hospital PR officer showed off “The Chairman’s Suite” to a group of journalists here on a Monday afternoon. This is very likely the most expensive hospital room in Singapore.

The executive of the Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital (MENH) proudly demonstrated to us the sophistication and opulence of the penthouse, including a private lift and extra rooms for family, guard, secretary or maid of the VVIP patient. The tariff of the “hospitel” (hospital hotel) of course was just for room and other basic services. Medical costs are extra.

The Mount Elizabeth Hospital (affectionately called Mount E), located at the famous Orchard Road area, is very popular among the upper-class Indonesians. It is almost a must for wealthy and powerful people, like former president Megawati Soekarnoputri, to list their names in the health center medical database.

The country’s most expensive hospital is so prestigious that many Indonesians want to make sure that everyone knows where they were treated before their death. When you read condolence notices in national newspapers, the hospital is often cited by the following text, “… passed away at Mount Elizabeth, Singapore”.

The MENH belongs to the same group as the Gleneagles Hospital.

Proper or not, ridiculous or not, do not be surprised when one day you read such a public announcement: “….passed away at the Chairman’s Suite, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital”.

Journalists were invited to stay one night at the new S$2 billion hospital. All rooms are single-bedded except the super-expensive penthouse. My room, was only about S$600 per night. There are a few other hospitals around the Novena area, often dubbed the Novena medical hub.

The objective of the one-patient-per-room strategy is to attract “wealthy domestic patients and premium medical travelers”.

Before going to bed, the hospital Chief Executive Officer Dr. Lee Hong Huei had dinner with us. The chef is famous here and the menu is for upper-class people. And patients can order their favorite dishes, all are guaranteed hygienic.

A young nurse explained to me the facilities of the single bedroom, including a bell with three buttons for three different purposes including suffering from pain or you simply want to go to toilet, and to summon nurse’s assistance.

“Do not hesitate to call me if you need me,” the attentive nurse said before bowing her head and closing the unlocked door.

“May I use this button tonight?” I joked to the nurse, pointing to the toilet button alarm. She did not hear, or pretended not to understand, my question.

We were also given the list of doctors who were on call all night for their guests.

The guests had to ‘pretend’ that we were sick, because the hospital was still in the final stages of preparation for full operation, expected later this month. It was practically empty of patients so, hospitalized in one of the most sophisticated and expensive hospitals in Singapore, we were expected to use our imaginations to inflict illness upon ourselves.

The toilet is also super-modern! When you sit down on the bowl, your buttocks are gently warmed, thanks to an electric seat-warming device. The water in the spray is also warm. Be sure to heed the warning of the danger of electrocution if responding to a “call of the nature” while wet.

While there is probably little doubt about the quality of doctors, their equipment and services, competition in medical tourism is getting fierce from neighboring countries like Malaysia and Thailand. Patients from North Sumatra and Aceh will prefer to go to Penang in Malaysia for instance, because the costs are less and the destinations closer.

Dr. Lee was quoted by local media here as saying that, “in terms of patient distribution, we expect about 50 percent of our patients to come from overseas, which is close to what we currently experience in other facilities. The other 50 percent will be probably be locals and residents of Singapore.”

The continual rising of the Singapore dollar against rupiah however, may become a problem. In terms of rupiah, medical costs here are soaring, but doctors believe they can overcome this in a typically Singaporean way.

Dr. Ho Choon Kiat, a specialist in general surgery, acknowledges hospitals can do nothing about the currency issue. What they can do is to continue to increase the quality of the doctor and services to patients.

So if price is not an issue (at all), when you are sick this hospitel is a good choice if you have to travel abroad.

For most Indonesians, the S$13,000 tariff is probably beyond their wildest imaginings, but several Indonesian conglomerates have shown a strong interest in the hospital facilities. The royal families of Malaysia and Brunei are also lucrative sources of guests and the number of visitors from China is also on the rise.

As long as price is not a concern and health recovery is a priority, this tiny island will remain the main attraction for Indonesian patients. Singapore’s medical tourism attracts many Indonesians, and according to media reports Indonesians are on the top list of the visitors.

And as long as the quality and the readiness of Indonesian doctors to serve their patients does not change significantly and our healthcare system remains messy, foreign hospitals will always be attractive for Indonesians.

 

source: thejakartapost.com/news/2012/07/11/when-price-not-issue-hospitel-choice.html

Room Charges Daily Ward Charges for Hospitals in Singapore CLASS OF WARD/CHARGES PER DAY

PUBLIC HOSPITALS

. A1SingleRoom 

A2
2 Bedded
Room

B1 –
4 Bedded
Room

B2+
5 Bedded
Room

B2 –
6 Bedded
Room

C –
Open
Ward

———————–
Alexandra Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$275

$176

$

52

$

27

Permanent Resident

$275

$207

$

90

$

63

Foreign Resident

$275

$207

$187

$171

Non-Resident

$275

$207 $187

$171

———————–

Changi General Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$300 $185 $ 58 $

30

Permanent Resident

$300

$207

$

93

$

60

Others

$300

$239

$203

$178

———————–

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$345

$198

$130

$

60

$

31

Permanent Resident

$345

$250

$179

$109

$ 80

Foreign Resident

$345

$276

Non-Resident

$379

$304

———————–

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$300

$190

$

60

$

35

Permanent Resident

$300

$230

$

95

$

65

Foreign Resident

$300

$235

$200

$170

Non-Resident

$300

$235

$200

$170

National University Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$428

$257

From $205.44

From $71

From $41

Permanent Resident

$428

$257

$231

$112

$ 82

Foreign Resident

$428

$257

$257

$257

$257

Non-Resident

$428

$257

$257

Singapore General Hospital

Singapore Citizen

From $344.54

From $202.23

From $128

From $

64

From $32

Permanent Resident

From $344.54

$228

From $174

From $114

From $76

Foreign Resident

From $344.54

$270

$258

$240

$223

Non-Resident

$380

$270

Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$312

$235

$187

From $

60

$

33

Permanent Resident

$312

$235

$205

From $103

$

71

Foreign Resident

$312

$235

$230

From $214

$201

Non-Resident

$312

$235

$230

PRIVATE

Single
Bedded
Room

2
Bedded
Room

4
Bedded
Room

5
Bedded
Room

6
Bedded
Room

Open Ward

HOSPITALS

A1

A2

B1

B2+

B2

C

Gleneagles Hospital

$528

$288

$218

Mount Alvernia Hospital

$440

$250

$185

$125

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

$578

$295

$238

Parkway East Hospital

$435

$230

$198

Raffles Hospital

$518

$288

$218

$168

Thomson Medical Centre

$480

$258

$195

 

 

Parking Rates in Car Parks – Orchard Area
Car Park Mon – Fri
Before 5/6pm
Mon – Fri
After 5/6pm
Sat Sun/ PH
313@Somerset $2 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $4.50 for 1st 3hrs; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Same as weekdays $4.50 for 1st 3hrs; $1.50 for sub ½ hr
Atrium @ Orchard Mon-Thurs: 12am?5.59pm: $1.07 for 1st hr; $0.32 for sub. 15mins; Fri & Eve of PH: $2.14 for 1st 2 hrs; $0.32 for sub. 15mins Mon-Thurs: 6pm-11.59pm: $2.14 per entry; Fri & Eve of PH: 6pm-2.59am (the next day): $2.14 per entry 3am-5.59pm: $2.14 for 1st 2 hrs; $0.32 for sub. 15mins; Aft 6pm: $2.14 per entry 3am-5.59pm: $2.14 for 1st 2hrs; $0.32 for sub. 15mins. 6pm-11.59pm: $2.14 per entry
Cairnhill Place 7am-5pm: $1.50 per ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 for 1st 3hrs; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Same as Wkdays $3.50 for 1st 3hrs; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr
Cathay Cineleisure Orchard 8am-5:59pm: $2.14 for 1st hr; $1.28 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $4.28 for 1st 3hrs; $1.61 for sub. hr 8am-10.59am: $4.28 per entry. 11am-7.59am $4.28 for 1st 3hrs; $1.61 for sub. hr Same as Saturday
ComCentre (Exeter Rd) 7am-6pm: $3 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr 6pm-6.59am: $3 per entry 7am-1pm: $3 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr. 1pm-10pm: $3 for 1st 2hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr. 7am-10pm: $3 for 1st 2 hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr
Concorde Hotel 7am-5pm: $2 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays $3.50 per entry
Delfi Orchard 8am-5pm: $2.50 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr 5pm-11pm: $3.50 per entry (Car park closed at 11pm daily) Same as wkdays 8am-11pm: $3.50 per entry
Elizabeth Hotel 7am-5pm: $2.50 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry $3.50 per entry Same as Saturday
Far East Plaza 7am-5pm: $2.14 for 1st hr; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.53 for 1st 3hrs; $1.07 for sub. hr Same as wkdays $3.53 for 1st 3hrs; $2.14 for sub. hr
Far East Shopping Centre 8am-5pm: $2.40 per hr; $1.20 for sub. ½hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays $3.50 per entry
Forum The Shopping Mall 6am-5pm: $2.40 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.20 per entry 6am-5pm: $2.60 for 1st hr; $1.40 for sub. ½ hr, Aft 5pm: $3.20 per entry $3.20 per entry
Four Seasons Hotel 6am-5pm: $6 for 1st hr; $3 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $6 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Goodwood Park Hotel 8am-6pm: $4 for 1st hr; $2 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $5 per entry Same as wkdays $5 per entry
Grand Hyatt Singapore 4am-5pm: $3.21 for 1st hr; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $5.35 per entry Same as wkdays $5.35 per entry
Grand Park Orchard 8am-5pm: $3.50 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $5 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Hilton Hotel 8am-6pm: $7 for 1st hr Aft 6pm: $7 per entry Same as wkdays $7 per entry
Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre $2 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr $2 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
International Building 8am-5.30pm: $2.14 for 1st hr; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5:30pm: $3.21 per entry 8am-5.30pm: $4.82 for 1st 3hrs; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr; Aft 5.30pm: $3.21 per entry Same as Saturday
ION Orchard Mon-Thu: 8am-4.59pm: $2.67 for 1st hr; $0.64 for sub. 15 mins Mon-Thu: 5pm-11.59pm: $3 per entry. 12am-7.59am $1.07 per hr Fri/Sat-Sun/PH: 8am-4.59pm: $2.56 for 1st hr; $0.94 for sub. 15 mins. 5-11.50pm: $3.74 per entry. 12am-7.59am $1.07 per hour Same as Saturday
Liat Towers 7am-6pm: $2.50 for 1st hr; $1.30 for sub. ½ hr 6pm-12am: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays 7am-12am: $3.50 per entry
Lucky Plaza 7am-4.59pm: $1.61 for 1st hr; $1.28 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.21 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays; PH: $3.75 per entry
Mandarin Gallery 8am-5pm: $3.50 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr $6 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Mandarin Orchard Singapore 7am-6pm: $3.50 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $6 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Ngee Ann City 12.01am-12pm, 2.01pm-5pm: $1.28 for ½ hr , 12.01pm-2pm: $1.82 for ½ hr 5.01pm-7pm:$1.82 for ½ hr; Aft 7pm: $4.28 per entry 12.01am-12pm, 2.01pm-5pm: $2.57 for 1st hr; $1.61 for sub. ½ hr, 12.01pm-2pm, 5.01-7pm: $3.64 for 1st hr; $2.14 for sub. ½ hr, Aft 7pm: $4.28 per entry Same as Saturday
OG Orchard Point $1 for 1st hr; $1.20 per sub. ½ hr 5pm-9.59pm: $1 for 1st hr; $1.20 per sub. ½ hr. Aft 10pm: $1.20 per sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Orchard Building 7am-5pm: $2.20 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr (Car park closed at 1am daily ) 5pm-1am: $3.60 per entry Same as wkdays 7am-5pm: $3.60 for 1st 3hrs; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr; 5pm-1am: $3.60 per entry
Orchard Central 2am-6pm: $1.50 for 1st hr; $0.80 sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $3 for 1st 2hrs; $0.80 for sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays 2am-2am: $3 for 1st 2hrs; $0.80 for sub. ½ hr
Orchard Hotel Shopping Arcade 7am-6pm: $5 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $5 per entry Same as wkdays $5 per entry
Orchard Parade Hotel 7am-5pm: $4 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $4 per entry Same as wkdays $4 per entry
Orchard Plaza 7am-5pm: $1.28 for ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.75 per entry; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Orchard Towers 7am-5.59pm: $4.50 per hr (Max fee: $15) 6pm-1.59am: $6 per entry. After 2am: $6 per entry Same as wkdays 7am-1.59am: $6 per entry. Aft 2am: $6 per entry
Pacific Plaza 8am-6pm: $1.50 per ½ hr Aft 6pm: $3 for 1st 2hrs; $1 for sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Palais Renaissance 7am-5pm: $2.80 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr 5pm-1am: $3.50 per entry; Aft 1am: $1.50 per hr Same as wkdays 7am-1am: $3.50 per entry; Aft 1am: $1.50 per hr
Pan Pacific Orchard 7am-5pm: $4 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $4 per entry Same as wkdays $4 per entry
Paragon Shopping Centre 3am-5.59pm: $2.58 for 1st hr; $1.48 for sub. ½ hr; Add $1.07 surcharge from 12pm-2.30pm Aft 6pm: $3.38 per entry Same as wkdays 3am-5.59pm: $3.48 for 1st 3hrs; $0.70 for sub. 15 mins. Aft 6pm: $3.38 per entry; Add $1.07 surcharge from 12pm-2.30pm
Park Mall $1 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $2 per entry Same as wkdays $1 for 1st hr; $1 for sub. 1hr; Aft 6pm: $2 per entry
Plaza Singapura 12am-5.59pm: $1.07 for 1st hr; $0.32 for sub. 15mins (Free 1st hour parking from 10am-5.59pm, only applicable on Mon-Fri except Sat, Sun, Eve of PH and PH) Mon-Thu: 6pm-11.59pm: $2.14 per entry; Fri & Eve of PH: 6pm-2.59am: $2.14 per entry 3am-5.59pm: $2.14 for 1st 2hrs; $0.32 for sub. 15mins; Aft 6pm: $2.14 per entry 3am-5.59pm: $2.14 for 1st 2hrs; $0.32 for sub. 15mins. 6pm-11.59pm: $2.14 per entry
Regent Hotel 7am-6pm: $3 for 1st hr; $2 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $5 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Royal Plaza On Scotts 8am-6pm: $4 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $5.50 per entry Same as wkdays $5.50 per entry
Scape 7am-4.59pm: $1.65 per hr or part thereof 5pm-6.59am: $4 for 1st 3hrs; $1.60 for sub. hr or part thereof. 7am-4.59pm:$1.85 per hr or part thereof. 5pm-6.59am: $4.20 for 1st 3hrs; $1.60 for sub. hr or part thereof. 7am-6.59am: $4.20 for 1st 3hrs; $1.60 for sub. 1/2 hr or part thereof.
Shangri-la Hotel 7am-5pm: $4 for 1st hr; $2 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $6 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Shaw Centre 8am-6pm: $1.07 for 1st hr; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays $3.50 per entry
Shaw House 8am-6pm: $1.07 for 1st hr; $1.07 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays $3.50 per entry
Sheraton Towers Singapore 7am-6pm: $3 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $4.50 per entry Same as wkdays $4.50 per entry
Singapore Marriott Hotel 6am-6pm: $0.05 per min/$3 per hr Aft 6pm: $0.05 per min (Max fee of $6 from 6pm-12am) Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Singapore Shopping Centre 8am-8pm: $2.50 for 1st hr; $1.25 for sub. ½ hr Aft 8pm: $3 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Starhub Centre 7.01am-6pm: $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr 6.01pm-11pm $3.50 per entry; Aft 11pm $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Same as Saturday
Tanglin Mall 6am-5pm: $2.40 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry Charges same as wkdays, but $3.50 per entry after 1pm $3.50 per entry
Tanglin Shopping Centre 8am-6pm: $2.60 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $3 per entry Same as wkdays $3 per entry
Tangs Plaza 6am-6pm: $0.05 per min/$3 per hr Aft 6pm: $0.05 per min/$3 per hr (Max fee of $6 from 6pm-12am) Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
The Cathay 8am-9:59am: $1.40 for ½ hr; 10am-9:59pm: $1.40 per hr Aft 10pm: $3 per entry 8am-9:59pm: $1.40 per hr; Aft 10pm: $4 per entry Same as Saturday
The Centrepoint 7am-5pm: $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 sub. hr Same as wkdays $2 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. hr
The Heeren 8am-5pm: $1.50 per ½ hr 5pm-11pm: $2.00 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Same as wkdays $3.00 for 1st 2hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr
Traders Hotel 6am-5pm: $2.40 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry Charges same as wkdays, but $3.50 per entry after 1pm $3.50 per entry
TripleOne Somerset 7am-5.59pm: $1.50 per ½ hr (charges are before GST) Aft 6pm: $3 per entry Same as wkdays $3 for 1st 3 hrs; $1.50 per ½ hr
Wheelock Place 8am-6pm: $3 for 1st hr; $1.50 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $4.50 per entry Same as wkdays Same as wkdays
Winsland House 7am-7pm: $2.50 for 1st hr; $1.20 for sub. ½ hr 7pm-11pm: $3.50 per entry. Aft 11pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays 7am-11pm: $4.50 per entry. Aft 11pm: $3.50 per entry
Wisma Atria 7am-5pm: $2.30 for 1st hr; $1.10 for sub. ½ hr (The carpark cashier booth is located at the carpark exit) Aft 5pm: $3.50 per entry Same as wkdays $3.50 for 1st 2hrs; $0.80 for sub. ½ hr
York Hotel 8.01am-6pm: $4 for 1st hr; $2 for sub. ½ hr Aft 6pm: $5 per entry Same as wkdays $5 per entry

Maternity Package – Gleneagles Hospital Singapore

 

Procedure Package Price (S$)* Medisave Claimable Limit (S$)*
(Includes Doctor’s and Hospital Fees)
Delivery Delivery With Vacuum
/ Forceps
Delivery With Antenatal Programme** Delivery With Antenatal Programme** With Vacuum
/ Forceps
Normal / Assisted
Delivery

·Single Room
(2 days)
·Double Room
(2 days)
Superior Room
(2 days)
Executive Deluxe
(2 days)
Tanglin Suite
(2 days)
2,598

1,698

4,298

5,998

12,998

1,650

1,650

1,650

1,650

1,650

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,600

2,600

2,600

2,600

2,600

Normal / Assisted
Delivery With
Epidural

·Single Room
(2 days)
·Double Room
(2 days)
Superior Room
(2 days)
Executive Deluxe
(2 days)
Tanglin Suite
(2 days)
2,888

1,898

4,298

5,998

12,998

1,650

1,650

1,650

1,650

1,650

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,150

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,100

2,600

2,600

2,600

2,600

2,600

Caesarean Delivery
(Elective) With
General Anaesthesia /
Epidural

·Single Room
(3 days)
·Double Room
(3 days)
Superior Room
(3 days)
Executive Deluxe
(3 days)
Tanglin Suite
(3 days)
4,098

2,888

6,848

8,498

16,988

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,500

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

3,950

 

http://doctors.com.sg/medical/hospitals-singapore/maternity-packages-in-singapore-comparison/

 

MOUNT ALVERNIA HOSPITAL MATERNITY PACKAGES

Maternity Packages for all types of delivery (Normal/Assisted/Caesarean Section) with wide selection of room types to choose from (4-Bed/Double/Single/Deluxe/Suite). Packages start from $1,206 (excluding GST).

Delivery Type No. of days Family Suite Super Deluxe Room Single Deluxe Room Single Room Double Room 4-Bedded Room Maximum Medisave Claimable
(Delivery expenses)
Additional Medisave Claimable (Pre-natal medical expenses)
Normal Delivery
2
$2970
$2710
$2350
$2290
$1500
$1370
$1650
$450
Normal Delivery with Epidural
2
$3260
$3000
$2640
$2580
$1750
$1620
$1650
$450
Assisted Delivery
2
$3060
$2800
$2440
$2380
$1570
$1440
$2150
$450
Assisted Delivery with Epidural
2
$3330
$3070
$2710
$2650
$1800
$1670
$2150
$450
Caesarean Section with GA
3
$4595
$4205
$3665
$3575
$2525
$2300
$3500
$450
Caesarean Section with Epidural
3
$4490
$4100
$3560
$3470
$2425
$2200
$3500
$450

Please note:
• Package prices are with effect 1 March 2012 and subject to prevailing GST rate

All packages include
• BCG & 1st Hepatitis B injection for baby (during hospital stay only) if baby’s condition permits
• One post-natal exercise class

MOUNT ELIZABETH HOSPITAL MATERNITY PACKAGE 

 

Procedure Package Price (S$)* Medisave Claimable Limit (S$)*
(Includes Doctor’s and Hospital Fees)
Delivery Delivery With Vacuum
/ Forceps
Delivery With
Antenatal Programme**
Delivery With
Antenatal Programme** With Vacuum
/ Forceps
Normal / Assisted
Delivery

·Single Room
(2 days)
·Double Room
(2 days)
·Daffodil Suite
(3 days)
2,748

1,998

9,498

1,650

1,650

2,100

2,150

2,150

2,600

2,100

2,100

2,550

2,600

2,600

3,050

Normal / Assisted
Delivery With
Epidural

·Single Room
(2 days)
·Double Room
(2 days)
·Daffodil Suite
(3 days)
2,998

2,278

9,498

1,650

1,650

2,100

2,150

2,150

2,600

2,100

2,100

2,550

2,600

2,600

3,050

Caesarean Delivery
(Elective) With
General Anaesthesia /
Epidural

·Single Room
(3 days)
·Double Room
(3 days)
·Daffodil Suite
(4 days)
4,348

3,398

13,888

3,500

3,500

3,950

3,500

3,500

3,950

3,950

3.950

4,400

3,950

3,950

4,400

 

PARKWAY EAST (EAST SHORE) HOSPITAL MATERNITY PACKAGE


Maternity Packages

Procedure Package Price (S$)*
Normal/Assisted Delivery

  • Single Room (2 days)
  • Double Room (2 days)
  • 4-Bedded (2 days)
1,980
1,400
1,350
Normal/ Assisted Delivery (With Epidural)

  • Single Room (2 days)
  • Double Room (2 days)
  • 4-Bedded (2 days)
2,240
1,660
1,600
Caesarean Delivery (Elective) (With Epidural/General Anaesthesia)

  • Single Room (3 days)
  • Double Room (3 days)
  • 4-Bedded (3 days)
3,260
2,420
2,290

 

Super VIP (Victoria Suite) Maternity Package (Valid till 30 June 2011)

Procedure Length of
Stay (Days)
Package Price (S$)*
Normal/Assisted Delivery 2 3,490
Normal/Assisted Delivery
(with Epidural)
2 3,750
Caesarean Delivery (Elective)
(With Epidural/General Anaesthesia)
3 5,520

* For Parkway East Baby Bonus programme which applies to all maternity packages relevant to the hospital, there will be free upgrade from four-bedder to double-bedder and free parking on day of delivery (subject to availability) for second and subsequent delivery. Terms and conditions apply.

BEST HOSPITAL IN SINGAPORE
Choose the best hospital in Singapore according to the patient’s need or medical condition.

BEST HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN’S EMERGENCY CONDITION
(1) KK Women and Children Hospital – Fully staffed pediatric and neo-natal specialists are on call at this big maternity and children hospital.
(2) National University Hospital – The biggest general hospital in the western cluster, NUH has an A&E department that caters both to adults and children.
(3) Mount Elizabeth Hospital – Mount Elizabeth Hospital is the biggest private hospital and has numerous pediatricians and pediatric surgeons to deal with complex medical situations for children.

BEST A&E / MULTIPLE CASUALTY HOSPITAL
(1) SGH – SGH is the biggest hospitals in Singapore and is best equipped to handle major accidents especially when there are multiple casualties.  SGH has its own helipad for medical evacuation situations and also a specialist burns unit.
(2)  Tan Tock Seng Hospital –   Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) is a 1400-bed facility and is the only other general hospital in Singapore to have a helipad.  This may be a consideration in medical evacuation scenarios.  TTSH is also the nationally designated centre for managing infectious diseases since the SARS outbreak in 2003. TTSH, with its connectivity with the National Neuroscience Institute, ranks as one of the best hospitals for head, spine and vascular surgery. The NNI has its neurodiagnostic lab facility which conducts comprehensive investigations and tests for the neurologists and neurosurgeons to best treat their patients.
(3) Mount Elizabeth Hospital – The top private hospital in Singapore for emergencies.  Numerous private medical services and insurance companies fly their patients into Singapore to be attended to by specialists in Mount Elizabeth.  It often handle coomplex cases and is the preferred hospital for foreign dignataries and their families.

 

Mount Elizabeth Hospital – Best Hospital for Multi-disciplinary Surgery and Care (Private)
Many consider Mount Elizabeth Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital to be the best private hospitals in Singapore.  Both these hospitals are managed by the Parkway Group.  Mount Elizabeth Hospital is considered by many Singaporeans and Asians to be the best hospital in Singapore.   Approximately 1000 medical specialists base their medical practices in the adjoining Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre.   Complex surgeries including kidney transplants, neurosurgery, robotic surgery, cancer treatment and other multi-specialty care is commonplace in this centre.  Click here to see Mount Elizabeth Hospital room charges and fees.  Although housed in the same hospital and medical centre, most of the specialist doctors operate as independent medical practises.  Their fees are not standardized so you will have to get in touch with the clinic staff to enquire about fees and charges as well as appointment availability.  If you know the doctor’s name, search for his or her website.  If not, locate the clinic contact information from the Mount Elizabeth Doctors Directory.


BEST HOSPITAL IN SINGAPORE FOR CANCER TREATMENT
(1) National Cancer Centre – This government run cancer centre is located in the campus of SGH.  It draws it specialists from the different disciplines within SGH including medical oncology, general surgery, gynecology and radiation oncology.
(2) Mount Elizabeth Hospital – Numerous cancer specialist clinics operate from the Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre and use the hospital’s excellent diagnostic and radiation equipment.


Thomson Medical Centre – Best Hospital for Maternity (Private)

Thomson Medical Centre, though much smaller than the hospitals above, has carved out a niche in obstetrics to be the one of the favourite maternity hospitals.  Take note that there are no other major specialties in this hospital as it caters mainly for pregnant mothers.  Though much smaller than the rest, TMC has certainly earned its reputation as the top hospital for delivering babies.  In addition to the main hospital building at Thomson Road, TMC also operates a chain of GP clinics in suburban town centres.  Some of these smaller clinics may be more accessible and convenient for pregnant women who do not want to travel too far from their home for their regular screening.

 

Best Hospital in Singapore for Lasik

Interestingly, the best hospital in Singapore for Lasik surgeries is not really a hospital but a shopping mall.  Paragon Shopping Centre is home to quite a number of eye clinics performing lasik surgery.  Because lasik surgery can be performed in the clinic setting as an outpatient procedure, no hospital stay is required.   Paragon is located in the Orchard Road shopping belt, next Mount Elizabeth Hospital.   If you are visiting a lasik clinic in Paragon, head to the medical centre lobby at Level 1 and search for the eye clinic address on the directory.  The medical clinics are spread across a few different tower blocks, so you have to make sure you know which tower you need to go.

NTU’s medical school unveils simulation technology training
Updated 09:12 PM Jun 29, 2012

SINGAPORE – For the first time in Singapore, junior college and polytechnic students will get to experience what goes on behind the closed doors of an operating theatre.

Nanyang Technological University has unveiled its simulation technology training for Singapore’s newest medical school, and some 600 pre-university students get to preview it tomorrow.

When the first batch of medical students start their course at the new NTU Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine next August, part of their training will involve using cutting-edge simulation technology.

Students will get to perform surgery on life-like prosthetics of human organs, complete with simulated bleeding.

Professor Roger Kneebone from Imperial College London said simulation surgery provides safety in an artificial environment.

“There’s an increasing amount of evidence that learning in a simulated environment transfers to learning in the operating theatre so it cuts down the amount of time for training, it increases people’s accuracy and it makes them better at making decisions,” he said.

Tomorrow, 600 junior college and polytechnic students will get to attend the simulated surgery preview.

Some have been chosen to assist in a mock abdomen surgery, where they will have to fix a patient’s intestinal bleed.

Eighteen-year-old Temasek Junior College student, Zariel Sim said it is an eye-opening experience.

“Compared to just reading a description in a textbook to doing it in real-life even though it’s a simulation, I think you will gain a lot of experience.”

With simulation training as a cornerstone of its medical training, the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine hopes to cut down on the amount of lectures and seminars, to make way for more interactive and practical training. CHANNEL NEWSASIA

Symptoms of a stroke may include:

  • Sudden loss of coordination or problems with balance
  • Paralysis of a leg, arm or one side of the face
  • Trouble speaking or understanding speech
  • Numbness, weakness or dizziness
  • Eye or vision problems, such as blurred or double vision
  • Severe, sudden headache without apparent cause

There are two main types of strokes:

  • Ischemic Stroke — This type of stroke accounts for the majority of stroke cases. When the blood supply to a part of the brain becomes blocked, it prevents oxygen and nutrients from reaching brain cells. Within a few minutes, these cells may begin to die. The underlying cause for this type of obstruction is usually atherosclerosis, a condition in which plaque or fatty deposits within the wall of the arteries in the brain and neck can lead to obstruction or narrowing. These fatty deposits can cause cerebral thrombosis or cerebral embolism. With a cerebral thrombosis, a blood clot forms within the blood vessel. Cerebral embolisms are clots that can form at another location in the circulatory system, break loose from an artery wall or from the inside lining of the heart, travel through the brain’s blood vessels and can lodge in an artery in the brain.
  • Hermorrhagic Stroke — With hemorrhagic stroke a blood vessel within the brain leaks or ruptures and bleeds into the surrounding brain tissue.  The blood can accumulate and exert pressure on the surrounding tissue. High blood pressure is a common cause of intracerebral hemorrhage. In a subarachnoid hemorrhage, blood leaks under the lining of the brain. This is often caused by a small bubble on an artery known as an aneurysm.

If you are experiencing any symptoms of stroke, it is best go to a doctor or hospital immediately by dialing 995 for emergency ambulance.  Time is of the essence and sift medical attention may make a difference to the treatment.

How to deal with a medical emergency:
http://www.doctors.com.sg/medical-singapore.html

http://www.doctors.com.sg/24-hour-clinics.html

 

Private Hospitals in Singapore

  • Mount Elizabeth Hospital – Orchard Road
  • Gleneagles Hospital – Napier Road
  • Parkway East (East Shore) Hospital – Joo Chiat Road
  • Westpoint Hospital – Jurong
  • Raffles Hospital – North Bridge Road
  • Mount Alvernia – Marymount Road
  • Thomson Medical Centre – Thomson Road (Obstetrics & Gynecology Only)  

 

 


If you are holding travel documents from the following countries, you will require a sponsor who is either a Singapore citizen or Permanent Resident.

• Afghanistan
• Egypt
• Jordan
• Morocco
• Somalia
• Tunisia
• Algeria
• Iran
• Lebanon
• Pakistan
• Sudan
• Yemen
• Bangladesh
• Iraq
• Libya
• Saudi Arabia
• Syria
• Holders of Palestinian Authority Passport, Temporary Passport issued by the United Arab Emirates and Refugee Travel Document issued by Middle-East countries.

 

 

You are required to fulfill all of the following conditions for submission of application online via the ICA portal  e-XTEND service.

  • You have not previously sought/obtained an extension of stay on this trip
  • You wish to extend your stay for not more than 89 days from the date of entry into Singapore

Your Visit Pass has a remaining validity of not less than days, excluding Sunday and Public Holiday(s)

ICA is located at:

Visitor Services Centre
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority
4th Storey, ICA Building
10 Kallang Road
Singapore 208718

The nearest underground train station is Lavender (distance 10 meters).

If you need more information you can visit their website at www.ica.gov.sg .

Hotels near Gleneagles Hospital Singapore are listed for patients visiting Gleneagles Hospital at Napier Road.  The hospital is located right next to the Singapore Botanics Gardens and opposite the American Embassy.
Traders Hotel Singapore, by Shangri-la
1A Cuscaden Road – 249716

The Regent Singapore – A Four Seasons Hotel
1 Cuscaden Road – 249715

 

St Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road – 247911

 

Relc International Hotel Singapore
30 Orange Grove Road 258352

 

Orchard Parade – A Far East Hotel
1 Tanglin Rd – 24790

 

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

22 Orange Grove Road – 238350

Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road – 238883

 

Four Seasons Singapore
190 Orchard Boulevard – 248646

 

 

Gleneagles Hospital Singapore – Directory

 

 

 

 

Holiday Inn Express
20 Bideford Road, S(229921)

Grand Hyatt Singapore
12, Scotts Road, S(228212)

York Hotel
21, Mount Elizabeth, S(228516)

Marriott Hotel
320, Orchard Road S(238865)

Grand Park Orchard
270, Orchard Road S(238857)

Grand Hyatt Singapore
10, Scotts Road S(228211)

The Elizabeth Hotel
24, Mount Elizabeth S(228518)

Mandarin Orchard
333, Orchard Road S(238867)

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A DFD or DWD as defined by the Ministry of Manpower and the Workplace Safety Framework

  • Basic Medical Qualification which complies with the requirements of the Medical Registration Act (Cap 174) e.g. MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
  • Medical Registration Certificate (Full Registration or Conditional Registration) issued by Singapore Medical Council.
  • Practising Certificate (Full Registration or Conditional Registration) issued by Singapore Medical Council.

For All Hazards

  • Postgraduate Occupational Health Qualification e.g. M Med (OM), Graduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine (GDOM).

For Compressed Air Environment Hazard Only

  • Hyperbaric or Underwater Medicine qualification e.g. NUMOC (Naval and Undersea Medical Officer Course)

The list of such approved designated factory or workplace doctors is here: http://www.mom.gov.sg/Documents/safety-health/Designated%20Workplace%20Doctors.pdf

 

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FAX62920617

LAB TYPEXray

CAIRNHILL X-RAY AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTER

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #15 – 04
Singapore 238859
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TEL62383610

FAX65530056

LAB TYPEXray

CENTRE FOR MEDICAL IMAGING

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #09 – 23 TO 27
Singapore 238859
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TEL68818000

FAX68365705

LAB TYPEXray

CLEARSTONE CENTRAL LABORATORIES

ADDRESS33 MARSILING INDUSTRIAL ESTATE ROAD 3
#03 – 06
Singapore 739256
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TEL65014000

FAX62679813

LAB TYPEClinical

CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES LABORATORY

ADDRESS27 MEDICAL DRIVE
DMERI@DSO #13 – 00
Singapore 117510
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TEL64857269

FAX64857262

COMPLEX MEDICAL CENTRE – X-RAY CENTRE

ADDRESS982A UPPER CHANGI ROAD NORTH
Singapore 506978
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TEL65467392

FAX65423908

LAB TYPEXray

CORDLIFE GROUP LIMITED

ADDRESS61 SCIENCE PARK ROAD
THE GALEN, SINGAPORE SCIENCE PARK II #05 – 16/17/18
Singapore 117525
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TEL62380808

FAX62381108

LAB TYPEClinical

COVANCE (ASIA) PTE LTD. (COVANCE CENTRAL LABORATORY SERVICES (SINGAPORE))

ADDRESS1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PARK
THE SYNERGY #05 – 12A/12B/13
Singapore 609917
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TEL65677333

FAX65649212

LAB TYPEClinical

COVANCE (ASIA) PTE LTD. (COVANCE CENTRAL LABORATORY SERVICES (SINGAPORE))

ADDRESS1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PARK
THE SYNERGY #04 – 14A/14B/15
Singapore 609917
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TEL65677333

FAX65649212

LAB TYPEClinical

DNA PROFILING LABORATORY, BIOLOGY DIVISION, APPLIED SCIENCES GROUP, HEALTH SCIENCES AUTHORITY

ADDRESS11 OUTRAM ROAD
Singapore 169078
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TEL62130779

DRS. LIM, HOE & WONG RADIOLOGY PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 GRANGE ROAD
ORCHARD BUILDING #10 – 02/04/06
Singapore 239693
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TEL67373311

FAX67381159

LAB TYPEXray

DRS. LIM, HOE & WONG RADIOLOGY PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 JURONG WEST CENTRAL 2
JURONG POINT SHOPPING CENTRE #B1A – 19C
Singapore 648886
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TEL67926119

FAX67921170

LAB TYPEXray

E – HEALTH X-RAY @ GEYLANG BAHRU

ADDRESS57 GEYLANG BAHRU
#01 – 3505
Singapore 330057
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TEL63872430

FAX62341262

LAB TYPEXray

ECM X-RAY CENTRE PTE LTD

ADDRESS260 SIMS AVENUE
ECM BUILDING #01 – 01
Singapore 387604
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TEL67491211

FAX68427060

LAB TYPEXray

EHI DIAGNOSTICS

ADDRESS11 BIOPOLIS WAY
HELIOS #04 – 03/04
Singapore 138667
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TEL65710470

FAX67772275

 

EHI DIAGNOSTICS

ADDRESS11 BIOPOLIS WAY
HELIOS BLOCK #06 – 05 to 08
Singapore 138667
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TEL67719108

FAX67778029

LAB TYPEClinical

EUROFINS MEDINET PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PARK
THE SYNERGY #01 – 16
Singapore 609917
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TEL65623858

FAX65623086

LAB TYPEClinical

EXPRESS X-RAY DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE (BEDOK) PTE LTD

ADDRESS551 BEDOK NORTH AVENUE 1
#01 – 542
Singapore 460551
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TEL62422620

FAX62422690

LAB TYPEXray

FARRER PARK X-RAY CLINIC

ADDRESS22 ROBERTS LANE
Singapore 218301
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TEL63922705

FAX63922709

LAB TYPEXray

FORENSIC MEDICINE DIVISION, HEALTH SCIENCES AUTHORITY

ADDRESS11 OUTRAM ROAD
Singapore 169078
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TEL62130647

FAX62250217


 

HEALTHWAY DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE

ADDRESS111 SOMERSET ROAD
TRIPLEONE SOMERSET #05 – 02
Singapore 238164
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TEL67330355

FAX67335951

LAB TYPEXray

HEALTHWAY MEDICAL X-RAY CENTRE

ADDRESS8 SHENTON WAY
#B1 – 23
Singapore 068811
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TEL62275841

FAX62275842

LAB TYPEXray

HOUGANG OPEN MRI CENTER

ADDRESS167 JALAN PELIKAT
PELIKAT MANSIONS
Singapore 537635
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TEL64023564

FAX64916597

LAB TYPEXray

ICON CENTRAL LABORATORIES

ADDRESS30 LOYANG WAY
#02 – 13/14/15
Singapore 508769
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TEL68958270

FAX65420875

LAB TYPEClinical

INNOVATIVE DIAGNOSTICS PTE LTD

ADDRESS15 JALAN KILANG BARAT
FRONTECH CENTRE #05 – 02 to 07
Singapore 159357
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TEL62356955

FAX67338563

INNOVATIVE DIAGNOSTICS PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 ORCHARD BOULEVARD
CAMDEN MEDICAL CENTRE #09 – 06/07
Singapore 248649
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TEL63336640

FAX63336640

LAB TYPEClinical

MEDIPLUS SERVICES PTE LTD

ADDRESS7 TANJONG PAGAR PLAZA
#02 – 103
Singapore 081007
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TEL63872430

FAX62341262

LAB TYPEXray

MEDITEST SWITZERLAND PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 ORCHARD BOULEVARD
CAMDEN MEDICAL CENTRE #10 – 02A
Singapore 248649
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TEL63370089

FAX63375966

LAB TYPEClinical

MW MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS

ADDRESS2 BAYFRONT AVENUE
THE SHOPPES AT MARINA BAY SANDS #01 – 02
Singapore 018972
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TEL62200622

FAX66345534

LAB TYPEXray

NATIONAL SKIN CENTRE CLINICAL LABORATORY

ADDRESS1 MANDALAY RD
Singapore 308205
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TEL63508473

FAX62533225

NEUROMUSCULAR LABORATORY

ADDRESS11 JALAN TAN TOCK SENG

Singapore 308433
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TEL63577153

FAX62564755

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – X-RAY, CLEMENTI POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS451 CLEMENTI AVE 3
#02 – 307
Singapore 120451
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TEL67746503

FAX68727141

LAB TYPEXray

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, ANG MO KIO POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS723 ANG MO KIO AVE 8
#01 – 4136
Singapore 560723
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TEL65531309

FAX67537162

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, ANG MO KIO-THYE HUA KWAN HOSPITAL

ADDRESS17 ANG MO KIO AVE 9
Singapore 569766
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TEL64549606

FAX64542618

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, BUKIT BATOK POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS50 BUKIT BATOK WEST AVE 3
Singapore 659164
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TEL65646740

FAX64966625

 

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, CLEMENTI POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS451 CLEMENTI AVE 3
#02 – 307
Singapore 120451
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TEL68727110

FAX68727141

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, HOUGANG POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS89 HOUGANG AVE 4
HOUGANG POLYCLINIC
Singapore 538829
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TEL64968094

FAX63864196

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH

ADDRESS10 BUANGKOK VIEW
Singapore 539747
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TEL6389 2980

FAX6389 2982

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, JURONG POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS190 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
Singapore 609788
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TEL65614284

FAX68961074

LAB TYPEClinical

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – CLINICAL LABORATORY, YISHUN POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS100 YISHUN CENTRAL
Singapore 768826
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TEL67573613

FAX67523895

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – NUS UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE

ADDRESS20 LOWER KENT RIDGE ROAD, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE,
LEVEL 1, UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE
Singapore 119080
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TEL68726529

FAX67783173

LAB TYPEXray

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – X-RAY LABORATORY, ST LUKE’S HOSPITAL

ADDRESS2 BUKIT BATOK ST 11
Singapore 659674
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TEL65632281

FAX65613625

LAB TYPEXray

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – X-RAY, HOUGANG POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS89 HOUGANG AVENUE 4
HOUGANG POLYCLINIC
Singapore 538829
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TEL63865451

FAX63864196

LAB TYPEXray

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – X-RAY, JURONG POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS190 JURONG EAST AVENUE 1
JURONG POLYCLINIC
Singapore 609788
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TEL65614284

FAX65616202

LAB TYPEXray

NHG DIAGNOSTICS – XRAY LABORATORY, ANG MO KIO – THYE HUA KWAN HOSPITAL LTD

ADDRESS17 ANG MO KIO AVENUE 9
Singapore 569766
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TEL6454 8481

FAX6454 2618

PACIFIC HEALTHCARE IMAGING

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #07 – 13/13A
Singapore 238859
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TEL65086350

FAX68836964

LAB TYPEXray

PARKWAY EAST X-RAY CENTRE (BEDOK)

ADDRESS445 BEDOK NORTH STREET 1
LEVEL 2 PRINCESS THEATRE BUILDING
Singapore 469661
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TEL64411600

FAX64411089

LAB TYPEXray

PARKWAY LABORATORY SERVICES LTD

ADDRESS10 SINARAN DRIVE
NOVENA MEDICAL CENTER #08 – 01
Singapore 307506
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TEL62485829

FAX62485845

LAB TYPEClinical

PARKWAY LABORATORY SERVICES LTD

ADDRESS28 AYER RAJAH CRESCENT #03-05 TO #03-08
Singapore 139959
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TEL62789188

FAX62485845

PATHOLOGY & CLINICAL LABORATORY PTE LTD

ADDRESS45 KALLANG PUDDING ROAD
ALPHA BUILDING #05 – 01/04
Singapore 349317
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TEL67429011

FAX67429226

LAB TYPEClinical

PFIZER CLINICAL RESEARCH UNIT LABORATORY

ADDRESS585 NORTH BRIDGE ROAD LEVEL 10
RAFFLES HOSPITAL
Singapore 188770
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TEL64969800

FAX62911008

LAB TYPEClinical

PHOENIX PHARMA CENTRAL SERVICES (S) PTE LTD

ADDRESS11 CHANGI NORTH STREET 1
CHANGI NORTH INDUSTRIAL ESTATE #04 – 05/08
Singapore 498823
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TEL65424784

FAX65427238

LAB TYPEClinical

POSTURE RAY PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 ORCHARD BOULEVARD
CAMDEN CENTRE #09 – 01
Singapore 248649
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TEL68362836

FAX68362806

LAB TYPEXray

PPD GLOBAL CENTRAL LABS (S) PTE LTD

ADDRESS61 SCIENCE PARK ROAD
THE GALEN #02 – 12/13/14
Singapore 117525
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PRESTIGE RADIOLOGY & DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE PTE LTD

ADDRESS3 SIMEI STREET 6
EASTPOINT MALL #04 – 29
Singapore 528833
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TEL67866150

FAX67866149

LAB TYPEClinicalXray

QUEST LABORATORIES PTE LTD

ADDRESS67 UBI AVENUE 1, STARHUB GREEN, NORTH WING,
#07 – 01 to 07, 09 & 10
Singapore 408942
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TEL62755501

FAX62770220

LAB TYPEClinical

QUEST LABORATORIES PTE LTD

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
THE PARAGON #16 – 09
Singapore 238859
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TEL67372788

FAX68873249

LAB TYPEClinical

QUINTILES EAST ASIA PTE LTD

ADDRESS79 SCIENCE PARK DRIVE
CINTECH IV #04 – 08
Singapore 118264
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TEL66021000

FAX68720430

LAB TYPEClinical

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS130 JURONG GATEWAY ROAD
#01 – 219
Singapore 600130
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TEL65690300

FAX65697593

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS3 SECOND HOSPITAL AVENUE
HEALTH PROMOTION BOARD #04 – 03
Singapore 168937
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TEL65332721

FAX65330125

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS6A NAPIER RD
GLENEAGLES HOSPITAL #02 – 25/26
Singapore 258500
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TEL64761151

FAX64711151

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS3 MT ELIZABETH
MOUNT ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTRE #01 – 02
Singapore 228510
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TEL67312727

FAX62355279

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS11 COLLYER QUAY
THE ARCADE #18 – 02
Singapore 049317
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TEL65079750

FAX62240861

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS3 MT ELIZABETH
MOUNT ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTRE #01 – 01/01A
Singapore 228510
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TEL67312727

FAX62355279

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS10 SINARAN DRIVE
NOVENA MEDICAL CENTER #08 – 02/03/04
Singapore 307506
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TEL63976686

FAX63976696

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS984 UPPER CHANGI ROAD NORTH
SINGAPORE PRISON SERVICE
Singapore 506969
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TEL67312727

FAX67327776

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC

ADDRESS3 MOUNT ELIZABETH
MOUNT ELIZABETH MEDICALCENTRE #02 – 08
Singapore 228510
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TEL67312727

FAX67327776

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC – BREAST IMAGING CENTRE

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD RD
PARAGON #07 – 04/05/06
Singapore 238859
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TEL67321166

FAX67325933

LAB TYPEXray

RADIOLOGIC CLINIC @ MANDARIN

ADDRESS333 ORCHARD ROAD
MANDARIN ORCHARD #06 – 27
Singapore 238867
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TEL62383536

FAX68366582

RADLINK DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (S) PTE LTD

ADDRESS600 LORONG 4 TOA PAYOH
#02 – 01/02
Singapore 319515
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TEL62550201

FAX62556435

LAB TYPEXray

RADLINK DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (S) PTE LTD

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #08 – 08
Singapore 238859
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TEL68360808

FAX68368484

LAB TYPEXray

RADLINK DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (S) PTE LTD

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #07 – 13
Singapore 238859
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TEL68360808

FAX68368484

LAB TYPEXray

RADLINK PET AND CARDIAC IMAGING CENTRE PTE LTD

ADDRESS290 ORCHARD ROAD
PARAGON #08 – 06
Singapore 238859
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TEL68361318

FAX68361381

LAB TYPEXray

RAFFLES DIAGNOSTICA PTE LTD

ADDRESS585 NORTH BRIDGE RD
LEVEL 7, RAFFLES HOSPITAL, LABORATORY DEPT
Singapore 188770
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TEL63111762

FAX63111194

SAM CLINICAL LABORATORY

ADDRESS304 ORCHARD ROAD
LUCKY PLAZA #05 – 01
Singapore 238863
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TEL67373867

FAX67333527

LAB TYPEClinical

SATA COMMHEALTH DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES – JURONG

ADDRESS135 JURONG GATEWAY ROAD
#04 – 345
Singapore 600135
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TEL68963612

FAX68963624

LAB TYPEXray

SATA COMMHEALTH DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES – ANG MO KIO

ADDRESS715 ANG MO KIO AVENUE 6
#01 – 4008 & 4010
Singapore 560715
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TEL63722172

FAX62442459

LAB TYPEXray

SATA COMMHEALTH DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES – UTTAMRAM

ADDRESS351 CHAI CHEE STREET
Singapore 468982
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TEL62446686

FAX64494924

LAB TYPEXray

SATA COMMHEALTH DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES – WOODLANDS

ADDRESS900 SOUTH WOODLANDS DRIVE
WOODLANDS CIVIC CENTRE #04 – 01
Singapore 730900
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TEL67671715

FAX67671717

SERANGOON X-RAY CENTRE

ADDRESS668 CHANDER ROAD
#01 – 22
Singapore 210668
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TEL62965755

FAX62961655

LAB TYPEXray

SGH LABORATORY SERVICES, MARINE PARADE POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS80 MARINE PARADE CENTRAL
#01 – 792
Singapore 440080
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TEL63421134

FAX63421134

LAB TYPEClinical

SGH LABORATORY SERVICES, OUTRAM POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS3 SECOND HOSPITAL AVENUE, OUTRAM RD
HEALTH PROMOTION BOARD
Singapore 168937
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TEL65388210

FAX65388210

LAB TYPEClinical

SGH LABORATORY SEVICES, BEDOK POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS212 BEDOK NORTH ST 1
#03 – 147
Singapore 460212
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TEL62436771

FAX62226826

LAB TYPEClinical

SGH X-RAY & LABORATORY SERVICES, BUKIT MERAH POLYCLINIC

ADDRESS163 BUKIT MERAH CENTRAL
#04 – 3565
Singapore 150163
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TEL63775235

FAX63775235

STEMCORD PRIVATE LIMITED

ADDRESS89 SCIENCE PARK DRIVE 1
THE RUTHERFORD #04 – 27/28
Singapore 118261
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TEL67775443

FAX67744556

LAB TYPEClinical

TAMPINES IMAGING (X-RAY) DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE

ADDRESS9 TAMPINES GRANDE
#01 – 13
Singapore 528735
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TEL67860080

FAX67860060

LAB TYPEXray

TAMPINES STREET 11 X-RAY CLINIC

ADDRESS138 TAMPINES ST 11
#01 – 142
Singapore 521138
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TEL67857409

FAX67812703

THE CLINICAL LABORATORY PTE LTD

ADDRESS1 SOPHIA RD
PEACE CENTRE #04 – 21
Singapore 228149
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TEL63382616

FAX63386631

LAB TYPEClinicalXray

THE ORCHARD IMAGING CENTRE PTE LTD

ADDRESS350 ORCHARD ROAD
SHAW HOUSE #08 – 00
Singapore 238868
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TEL65056089

FAX65056092

LAB TYPEXray

THOMSON ANDROLOGY LABORATORY

ADDRESS8 SINARAN DRIVE
NOVENA SPECIALIST CENTER #07 – 02
Singapore 307470
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TEL62527766

FAX62530881

LAB TYPEClinical

THOMSON PRE-NATAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY PTE LTD

ADDRESS2 BALESTIER ROAD
BALESTIER HILL SHOPPING CENTRE #01 – 661
Singapore 320002
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TEL62523133

FAX62545317

LAB TYPEClinical

WEST POINT DIAGNOSTICS

ADDRESS235 CORPORATION DRIVE
Singapore 619771
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TEL62625858

FAX62625859

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

  • Dr Tan Yew Ghee
  • Dr Joan Thong Pao-Wen
  • Dr Lee I-Wuen
  • Dr Koh Gim Hwee
  •  Dr Karolyn Goh Wee Ching
  • Dr Watt Wing Fong
  • Dr Cordelia Han Chih Chih
  • Dr Tony Tan Yew Teck
  • Dr Chow Kah Kiong
  • Dr Sheila Loh Kia Ee

Cardiologists

  • Dr Ng Wai Lin
    Cardiology
    MBBS (Aust), FRACP
    Raffles Heart Centre
  • Dr Alvin Ng Chee Keong
    Cardiology
    MBBS, MRCP, FACC, FAMS, CBNC
    Raffles Heart Centre
  • Dr Abdul Razakjr Bin Omar
    Cardiology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), FAMS, FACC
    Raffles Heart Centre
  • Prof Lim Yean Leng
    Cardiology
    MBBS (Aust), PhD, FRACP, FACC, FAMS
    Raffles Heart Centre

 

Dermatologists – Skin Specialists

  • Dr Wong Soon Tee
    Dermatology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Aesthetics, Raffles Skin Centre
  • Dr Chris Foo
    Dermatology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Aesthetics, Raffles Skin Centre
  • Dr Tan Kian Teo
    Dermatology
    MB BCh (Ireland), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Aesthetics, Raffles Skin Centre
  • Dr Harneet Kaur Ranu
    Dermatology
    MBBS, MRCP (UK), M Med (Int Med), MSc Clin Derm (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Aesthetics, Raffles Skin Centre
  • Dr Tulip Tan
    Dermatology
    MBBS (S’pore), FRACP, FAMS
    Raffles Skin Centre

 

ENT  Ear Nose Throat

  • Dr Stephen Lee Teck Soong
    Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
    MBBS (Mal), FRCS (Glas), FRCS (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles ENT Centre
  • Dr Aw Chong Yin
    Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles ENT Centre
  • Dr Kenneth Oo Kian Kwan
    Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCS (Edin), M Med (ORL), MSc (Research), FAMS
    Raffles ENT Centre
  • Dr Lim Chong Teck
    Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glas), FAMS
    Raffles ENT Centre
  • Dr Euan Murugasu
    Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Eng), PhD, FAMS
    Raffles ENT Centre

 

Endocrinologists

  • Dr Stanley Liew Choon Fong
    Endocrinology
    MBBS (UK), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre
  • Prof Cheah Jin Seng
    Endocrinology
    MBBS (Hons) (S’pore), MD (S’pore), FRACP, FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre

 

Gastroenterologists

  • Dr Law Ngai Moh
    Gastroenterology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre
  • Dr Kelvin Thia Teck Joo
    Gastroenterology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), M Med (Int Med), MCI (NUS)
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre

Medical Oncologists – Cancer Specialists

  • Dr Donald Poon Yew Hee
    Medical Oncology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Cancer Centre
  • Dr Toh Chee Keong
    Medical Oncology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK)
    Raffles Cancer Centre
  • Dr Lynette Ngo Su Mien
    Medical Oncology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), Dip Palliative Med
    Raffles Cancer Centre

 

Neurologists

  • Dr Alvin Seah Boon Heng
    Neurology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Neuroscience Centre
  • Dr Narayanaswamy Venketasubramanian Ramani
    Neurology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), FAMS (Neurology), Cert Neurosonology (ASN), PG Dip (Epidemiology), MSc (Epidemiology), DLSHTM (Epidemiology), Master of Health Science (Stroke Management). FRCP (Edin)
    Raffles Neuroscience Centre
  • Dr Ho King Hee
    Neurology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre
  • Dr Tan Chai Beng
    Neurology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Int Med), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre

 

Neurosurgeons

  • Dr David Choy Kim Seng
    Neurosurgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Neurosurgery) (Edin)
    Raffles Surgery Centre
  • Dr Yeo Tseng Tsai
    Neurosurgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRACS
    Raffles Surgery Centre

 

Ophthalmologists – Eye Specialists

  • Dr Khoo Chong Yew, PBM, BBM
    Ophthalmology
    MB BCh (Ireland), FRCS (Edin), FRACS, DO (Dublin), FRC Ophth (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Eye Centre
  • Dr Lee Jong Jian
    Ophthalmology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Ophth), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glas), FAMS
    Raffles Eye Centre
  • Dr Lynn Yeo Mei-Wen
    Ophthalmology
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Ophth), FRCS (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Eye Centre

 

Orthopaedic Surgeons

  • Dr Sittampalam Krishnamoorthy, PPA
    Orthopaedic Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRACS, MCh (Ortho), FAMS 
    Raffles Orthopaedic Centre
  • Dr David Wong Him Choon
    Orthopaedic Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Glasg)
    Raffles Orthopaedic Centre
  • Dr Lim Yeow Wai
    Orthopaedic Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCS (Edin), M Med (Surgery), FRCSEd (Ortho)
    Raffles Orthopaedic Centre
  • Dr Andrew Quoc Dutton
    Orthopaedic Surgery
    MBBS (Aust), M Med (Ortho Surg), FRCS (Edin)
    Raffles Orthopaedic Centre

 

Paediatricians

  • Dr Veronica Toh
    Paediatric Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Children’s Centre
  • Dr Lim Yit Jean
    Paediatric Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Paed), MRCP (UK), FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Children’s Centre
  • Dr Tan Mein Chuen
    Paediatric Medicine
    MB BCh (UK), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Children’s Centre
  • Dr Wendy Sinnathamby
    Paediatric Medicine
    MBBS (UK), MRCP (UK), FRCPCH (UK)
    Raffles Children’s Centre
  • Dr Chu Hui Ping
    Paediatric Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCPCH (UK)
    Raffles Children’s Centre
  • Dr June Lou
    Paediatric Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Paed), FRACP, FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles Children’s Centre

 

Plastic/Cosmetic Surgeons

  • Prof Walter Tan Tiang Lee
    Plastic Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), M Med (Surgery), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glas), FACS, FACP (Hon), FRACS (General Surgery), FRACP (Hon), FAMS (Plastic Surgery)
    Raffles Aesthetics, Raffles Surgery Centre
  • Dr Evan Woo Kok Yen
    Plastic Surgery
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCS (Edin), M Med (Surg)
    Raffles Aesthetics

 

Psychiatrists

  • Dr Lim Yun Chin
    Psychiatry
    MBBS (S’pore), DPM (UK), M Med (Psych), FAMS
    Raffles Counselling Centre
  • Dr Clarice Hong Pei Hsia
    Psychiatry
    MB BCh (Ireland), M Med (Psych), Dip (Psychotherapy), FAMS
    Raffles Counselling Centre
  • Dr Salman Kazim
    Psychiatry
    MBBS, Diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
    Raffles Counselling Centre

 

Renal Medicine Specialists

  • Dr Ekachai Danpanich
    Renal Medicine
    MD (Thailand), ABIM (Int Med and Nephrology)
    Raffles UroRenal Centre, Raffles Dialysis Centre
  • Dr Yang Wen Shin
    Renal Medicine
    MB BAO BCh (Ireland), B Sc (Ireland), MRCP (UK)
    Raffles UroRenal Centre
  • Dr Akira Wu
    Renal Medicine
    MBBS (Aust), FRACP, FAMS
    Raffles UroRenal Centre
  • Prof A. Vathsala
    Renal Medicine
    MD (USA), FRCP (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles UroRenal Centre

 

Respiratory Medicine Specialists

  • Dr Chan Choong Chee
    Respiratory Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FAMS
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre
  • Dr Steve Yang Tze Yi
    Respiratory Medicine
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCP (UK), FAMS, FCCP, EDIC
    Raffles Internal Medicine Centre

 

Urologists

  • Dr Fong Yan Kit
    Urology
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles UroRenal Centre
  • Dr Lim Kok Bin
    Urology
    MBBS (S’pore), FRCS (Edin), FAMS
    Raffles UroRenal Centre
  • Dr Siow Woei Yun
    Urology
    MBBS (S’pore), MRCS (Edin), M Med (Surg), FAMS
    Raffles UroRenal Centre

Most expensive private hospital to open 2012

Parkway Novena Hospital, the S$2 billion centre being built by Parkway Pentai, is set to open in the second half of 2012. -AsiaOne

Tue, Oct 18, 2011
AsiaOne

Parkway Novena Hospital, Singapore’s most expensive private hospital to be built here in the last 30 years, is set to open in the second half of 2012.

The S$2 billion medical centre is Parkway Pantai’s most expensive investment in Singapore to date.

The Straits Times reported that it will feature 333 single-bed only wards and the latest medical equipment.

The hospital will focus on heart and vascular disease treatments, orthopaedics and neurosciences and offer general surgery.

It also received a pat-on-the-back for its eco-friendly features, in the form of the Green Mark Platinum certification received in-principle from the Singapore Building and Construction Authority.

It will be the first private hospital here to use fully paper-less, electronic system, a local news channel reported.

A ceremony to mark the hospital’s structural completion was held on Tuesday, with Minister of Health Gan Kim Yong gracing the event as its guest of honour.

Parkway Pantai Chairman Mohammed Azlan Hashim said the hospital will be the group’s “crown jewel,” and will compliment its network of hospitals.

Parkway Pantai also owns Gleneagles Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital and Parkway East Hospital in Singapore.

He also added that he believes the hospital will be an important part of Singapore’s health-care eco-system.

Source: www.asiaone.com/Health/News/Story/A1Story20111018-305736.html

Click for Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital Review

Dr. Ang Por
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Chan Yuin Chew
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Khoo Lawrence
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Lim Kah Beng
Dermatology
K B Lim Skin Clinic
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 09-06
Dr. Lim Kar Seng
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Loh Henry
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Nayar Mallika
Dermatology
Mallika’s Clinic For Hair & Skin
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road Singapore 258499 03-19
Dr. Ng Patricia
Dermatology
Dermatology Associates
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-14
Dr. Tham Siew Nee
Dermatology
Tham Siew Nee Skin Clinic
Gleneagles Medical Centre, 6 Napier Road, Singapore 258499 07-08

http://www.doctors.com.sg/dermatologist-skin-specialist.html

Gleneagles Hospital Singapore – Doctors Directory
Appointment telephone: +65 6575-7575.
Gleneagles Hospital Room Rates: http://doctors.com.sg/medical/hospitals-singapore/gleneagles-hospital-singapore/ 

– Gynecologists
Dr Ang Huai Yan
Dr Chan Cathryn
Dr Chan Kong Hon
Dr Chan Tanny
Dr Chen Christopher
Dr Chew Peter
Dr Chew Sek Yuen
Dr Chin Lisa
Dr Choo Wan Ling
Dr Chua Irene
Dr Fong Chuan Wee
Dr Foong Lian Cheun
Dr Kumar Jothi
Dr Lee Keen Whye
Dr Lee Seong Tuck
Dr Low Brenda
Dr Ng Soon Chye
Dr Ong Theng Kiat
Dr Seng Shay Way
Dr Singh Steven
Dr Sng Soo Pheow
Dr Tan Kok Kong
Dr Tseng Arthur
Dr Yang Mary

– Cardiologists
Dr. Chan Charles
Dr. Chuang Hsuan-Hung
Dr. Ee Bernard
Dr. Koo Chee Choong
Dr. Lau Kean Wah
Dr. Lim Victor
Dr. Mak Koon Hou
Dr. Ng Kheng Siang
Dr. Soon Chao Yang
Dr. Tan Arthur
Dr. Wong Wui Min
Dr. Yan Peter

– Pediatricians
Dr. Sridjaja Ratna
Dr. Tan Nancy
Dr. Tan Siok Hoon
Dr. Tang Jenny
Dr. Wong Keng Yean
Dr. Woon Frances
Dr. Yeo Kim Lian
Dr. Yip William
Dr. Yip Yeng Yoong
Dr. See Yvonne
Dr. Phuah Huan Kee
Dr. Ngiam Thye Eng
Dr. Ng Steven
Dr. Liew Woei Kang
Dr. Lam Catherine
Dr. Ho Pui San
Dr. Gong Wei Kin
Dr. Chan Sing Kit
Dr. Chan Kit Yee

– Ophthalmologists
Dr. Cheong Pauline
Dr. Chew Kheng Lian
Dr. Chua Ee Chek
Dr. Fong Kee Siew
Dr. Fu Esther
Dr. Goh Swee Heng
Dr. Heng Lee Kwang
Dr. Heng Lee Suan
Dr. Hoh Sek Tien
Dr. Khng Christopher
Dr. Khoo Chong Yew
Dr. Lim Arthur
Dr. Ong Sze Guan
Dr. Phua Raymond
Dr. Tan Billy
Dr. Tong Heng Nam

– Oncologists
Dr. Wong Karmen
Dr. Tay Miah Hiang
Dr. Tan Yew Oo
Dr. Leong Swan Swan
Dr. Khoo Kei Siong
Dr. Foo Kian Fong
Dr. Ang Peter

– Urologists
Dr. Beng Jimmy
Dr. Chang Wei Yee
Dr. Liew Lewis
Dr. Lim Peter
Dr. Tay Kah Phuan
Dr. Tung Kean Hin

– Orthopaedic Surgeons
Dr. Wong Yue Shuen
Dr. Tan Chong Tien
Dr. Tan Jee Lim
Dr. Tan Mak Yong
Dr. Teh Peng Hooi
Dr. Tho Kam San
Dr. Sayampanathan S
Dr. Peng Benedict
Dr. Ooi Lai Hock
Dr. Oh Derrick
Dr. Ngian Kite Seng
Dr. Lim Lian Arn
Dr. Lim Kay Kiat
Dr. Liang Te Shan
Dr. Chan Beng Kuen
Dr. Chang Eddie
Dr. Chang Haw Chong
Dr. Chong Keen Wai
Dr. Chong Kian Chun
Dr. Fong Shee Yan

– Plastic Surgeons
Dr. Hong Soo Wan
Dr. Kuek Leslie
Dr. Seah Chee Seng
Dr. Wong Saw Yeen

 – Renal Physicians
Dr. Lee Grace
Dr. Leong See Odd
Dr. Tan Roger
Dr. Tan Seng Hoe
Dr. Wu Akira

 

http://doctors.com.sg/medical/hospitals-singapore/maternity-package-gleneagles-hospital-singapore/

A recent official reply in the Straits Times below from the Ministry of Health and the Singapore Civil Defence hightlighted the fact that NOT all hospitals are capable of handling all sorts of medical situations.  In this case, Raffles Hospital was cited as not able to deal with multiple trauma patients.  See also Raffles Hospital’s reply below that.

Likewise patients should be aware that NOT all medical centres are hospitals.  If it is a medical centre, you may not have a proper hospital ward, other than those catering to short-term observation.

———————————-

MADAM Shirley Woon asked why the victims in the recent three-way Bugis crash were not taken to Raffles Hospital, but to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) and Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), which are farther away (‘Why weren’t crash victims taken to nearest hospital?'; last Tuesday).

 

For severe and multiple trauma patients, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) emergency ambulance will take them to the nearest accident and emergency department that is equipped to deal with such complexities of care.

 

In the accident referred to by Madam Woon, while Raffles Hospital is located close to the accident site, it is not equipped to deal with multiple trauma cases, and thus the SCDF had to take the patients to SGH and TTSH, which were the nearest fully equipped facilities to deal with such emergencies.

 

Bey Mui Leng (Ms)
Director
Corporate Communications
Ministry of Health


Colonel Yazid Abdullah
Director, Public Affairs Department
Singapore Civil Defence Force

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Raffles Hospital well-equipped to handle multiple trauma cases round the clock

IT IS an established procedure that Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) 995 ambulances currently take patients only to designated public hospitals (‘Raffles Hospital not for multiple trauma cases’ by the Ministry of Health and SCDF, Monday; in reply to ‘Why weren’t crash victims taken to nearest hospital?’ by Madam Shirley Woon, May 15).

This was explained by the ministry and SCDF in last Saturday’s report in The New Paper (‘Why victims not sent to nearer hospital?’).

However, Raffles Hospital receives emergency cases on a daily basis brought in by private ambulances and vehicles, and air ambulances.

Such emergency cases include victims of industrial and construction accidents, as well as overseas patients with traumatic injuries evacuated to the hospital by medical assistance and evacuation companies.

We manage such trauma cases as a matter of normal and regular practice.

In the past several years, our 24-hour emergency centre has received and treated casualties of road traffic accidents that had occurred in the vicinity of the hospital, and who were brought in by passers-by.

Such patients are resuscitated and stabilised by the duty doctors, and admitted for surgery or procedures and further treatment as required.

Our priority in all such circumstances is always to put the patients’ needs first and to save lives.

Dr Prem Kumar Nair

General Manager

Raffles Hospital

 

TTSH is the second largest acute care general hospital in Singapore, with specialty centres in Rehabilitation Medicine and Communicable Diseases. A 1,200-bed hospital, TTSH is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and medical equipment, as well as the latest communication and information technology tools. TTSH champions the development of Geriatric Medicine, Infectious Disease Management, Rehabilitation Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology, and Allergy & Immunology in Singapore. It is also a major referral centre for Geriatric Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, Gastroenterology, Otorhinolaryngology (Ear, Nose & Throat) and Orthopaedic Surgery.

CONTACT CENTRE TELEPHONE FAX EMAIL
General Enquiries 6256 6011 6252 7282 contact@ttsh.com.sg
Admission Office 6357 8898
6357 8899
6251 4095
Billing Enquiries 6511 4338 6256 9234
Central Appointment Lines 6357 7000
6357 8000 (for non-subsidised
appointments only)
6357 7011 contact@ttsh.com.sg
International Patient Liaison Centre (iPLC) helpline 6357 1590 IPLC@ttsh.com.sg
Emergency Department 6357 8866 6250 2573
GP Direct Access Hotline 9666 6698
Human Resource 6357 8625 hr_enquiry@ttsh.com.sg
Service Quality Helpline (Feedback) 1800-2529913 patients_relations_services@ttsh.com.sg

West Point Hospital Singapore

Room Rates

WALK IN/ PRIVATE CASES
TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION SINGLE ROOM 2 BEDDED ROOM 4 BEDDED ROOM HDU ICU ISOLATION
Bed & Meal Charges $230 $170 $130 $230 $380 $160
Resident Doctor
(office hour)
$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50
Resident Doctor
(after office hour)
$80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80
Cash Deposit
(patient with medisave)
$1,500 $1,200 $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $1,200
Cash Deposit
(patient without medisave)
$2,900 $2,500 $2,200 $2,900 $5,000 $2,500
Daily Treatment Fee $60 $50 $45 $90 $140 $45

Westpoint Hospital Health Screening Packages: http://doctors.com.sg/medical/health-screening/health-screening-package-westpoint-hospital/

Formerly known as East Shore Hospital

General Room Rates

Types of Room Room Charges
Daily Rate (S$)
excludes 7% GST
Deluxe Room* 500.00
Single Bedded 435.00
Two-Bedded 230.00
Four-Bedded 198.00
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 482.00
High Dependency Unit (HDU) 403.00
Paediatric High Dependency 424.00
Nursery
Nursery (Baby) 58.00
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
NICU Level 1 164.00
NICU Level 2A 244.00
NICU Level 2B 387.00
NICU Level 3 458.00
Day Surgery
For first 4 hours, thereafter S$11 per hour 53.00
Daily Treatment Fee
Inpatient 128.00
Day Surgery 75.00
Lodger
Inpatient 67.00

 

List of doctors in Mount Elizabeth Hospital : http://www.doctors.com.sg/mount-elizabeth-hospital.html

 

Types of Room Room Charges
Daily Rate (S$))
excludes 7% GST
 Royal Suite (Entire Suite) 8,316.00
Royal Suite (with Lodger Room & Lounge) 5,775.00
Royal Suite (with Lodger Room) 5,198.00
Royal Suite (without Lodger Room) 4,505.00
VIP Room (with Connecting Lounge)* 3,234.00
Daffodil/Magnolia Suite 2,100.00
Executive Deluxe* 945.00
Single 578.00
Two-Bedded 295.00
Four-Bedded 238.00
Lodger (extra bed) with meals 84.00
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 717.00
High Dependency Unit (HDU) 605.00
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
NICU Level 1 209.00
NICU Level 2A 308.00
NICU Level 2B 504.00
NICU Level 3 591.00
Nursery (Inpatient) (if Paediatrician requests for baby to be admitted separately) 67.00
Day Surgery
For first three hours, thereafter S$22 per hour 80.00
Bed (Endoscopy Centre) for first four hours, thereafter S$20 per hour 50.00
Daily Treatment Fee
Inpatient 148.00
Day Surgery 85.00
Inpatient/Outpatient Dietary Consultation Inclusive of 7% GST
Diabetes & Weight Reduction 75.00
Miscellaneous 65.00
Follow-up Consultation 45.00

 

List of doctors in Mount Elizabeth Hospitalhttp://www.doctors.com.sg/mount-elizabeth-hospital.html

Mount Alvernia Hospital
820 Thomson Road
Singapore 574623

Useful Telephone Numbers

Department Opening Hours Tel. No.
Mainline 24 x 7 6347 6688
24 hr Walk-In Clinic & Emergency Services 24 x 7 6347 6210
Maternity Tours
2.30pm (Mon-Fri)
10am & 12nn (Sat)
Pre-registration required
6347 6788
Parentcraft Department (Breastfeeding/Childbirth Education) 8.30am-5.30pm (Mon-Fri);
8.30am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6641
Health Screening Centre 8am-4pm (Mon-Fri);
8am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6215
Café 820 8am-8pm (Mon-Fri);
8am-6pm (Sat/Sun)
6347 6258
Rehabilitation 8.30am-5pm (Mon-Fri);
8.30am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6203
Diagnostic Imaging (X-ray/scans) 8.30am-5pm (Mon-Fri);
8.30am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6200
Nutrition & Dietetics 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Fri) 6347 6702
Retail Pharmacy 8.30am-5pm (Mon-Fri);
8.30am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6589
Main Pharmacy 8am-7pm (Mon-Fri);
8am-2pm (Sat);
8.30am-1.30pm (Sun & PH)
6347 6217
Business Office (General) 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Fri) 6347 6600
Business Office (Admission matters) 24 x 7 6347 6662
Outpatient Lab Services 8am-5pm (Mon-Fri);
8am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6213
Main Hospital Lab 9am-5pm (Mon-Fri);
9am-1pm (Sat)
6347 6202
Quality Resource Management (Feedback) 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Thurs);
8.30am-5.30pm (Fri)
6347 6638
Assisi Hospice 8.30am-6pm (Mon-Thurs);
8.30am-5.30pm (Fri)
6347 6446

Email

Enquiries & Feedback 
enquiry@mtalvernia-hospital.org

Health Screening 
hsc@mtalvernia-hospital.org

International Patients Assistance
intpt@mtalvernia-hospital.org

 

Adult Wards

 

Rate per day
(before GST)
Additional for Companion*
Suite $780
Super Deluxe Room $650 $75
Single Deluxe Room $470 $75
Single Room $440 $75
2-Bed Room $250 N.A.
4-Bed Room $185 N.A.
6-Bed Room (not for maternity patients) $125 N.A.

 

*Please note that in consideration of patients’ need to rest, only one companion is allowed in single rooms and there is a daily charge for the companion, which includes all meals.

 

Paediatric Ward

 

Rate per day (before GST)
Single Deluxe Room $470
Single Room $440
2-Bed Room $250
4-Bed Room $185

 

Please note:

 

  • All rooms at our Paediatric Ward include meals for the First Companion. For the Second Companion staying in, a Companion Fee of $75 (includes meals) is chargeable.
  • Children 12 years and above will be charged as Adult patients.

 

Critical Care Units

 

Rate per day (before GST)
Adult CCU $495
Adult HDU $420
Paediatric HDU $420
Neo-Natal (Level 2A) $230
Neo-Natal (Level 2B) $390
Neo-Natal (Level 3) $480

 

Day Surgery

 

Rate per day (before GST)
First 4 Hours or Part Thereof $60
Subsequent 1 Hour or Part Thereof $20

 

Labour Ward

 

Rate per day (before GST)
Applies only if patient stays overnight before the birth of the baby. Once the baby is born Maternity Package rates apply. $250

 

Nursery

 

Rate per day (before GST)
Baby Nursery $85

 

Please note that a Daily Treatment Fee for nursing services of $105 applies for inpatients and $80 for day surgery cases.

 

Hospital Surcharges

 

Physiotherapy Services
Surcharges are applicable for services during the following times:

 

 Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday & Public Holiday
After 5pm After 1pm All day

 

Surcharge
$50/- per session (before GST)

 

Laboratory Services
Surcharges are applicable for services during the following times:

 

 Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday & Public Holiday
After 5pm After 1pm All day

 

Surcharge
$40/- per order regardless of the number of tests in the order

 

Diagnostic Imaging Services
Surcharges are applicable for services during the following times:

 

 Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday & Public Holiday
After 5pm After 1pm All day

 

Surcharge

 

For Radiographer $60-$120 per call (before GST)
For Radiologist $214-$280 per call (before GST)

 

Operating Theatre (Inpatient)
Surcharges are applicable for services during the following times:

 

 Monday to Saturday Sunday & Public Holiday
From 9pm to 7am All day

 

Surcharge

 

First 30 minutes $55 (before GST)
Subsequent 15 minutes $35 (before GST)

 

Day Surgery
Surcharges are applicable for services during the following times:

 

 Monday to Saturday Sunday & Public Holiday
From 9pm to 7am All day

 

Surcharge

 

First 30 minutes $35 (before GST)
Subsequent 15 minutes $20 (before GST)

 

Please note:

 

  • Rates are subject to review.
  • All goods & services consumed are subject to 7% GST.
  • For Day Surgery cases, Day Surgery packages apply only if all procedures are completed within the same calendar day (by 12 midnight).
  • MOH guidelines on submission of Medisave Claims also stipulate that day cases must be done within the same day.

 

Initial Deposit

 

An initial deposit is payable upon admission. This will be the higher of 30% of your estimated hospital charges upon admission (regardless of room type and usage of Medisave) or the following table:-

Room Type Medisave Patients Non-Medisave Patients
Suite $3000 $6000
Super Deluxe Room $2500 $4500
Single Deluxe Room $2000 $3000
Single Room $2000 $3000
2-Bed $1500 $2500
4-Bed/6-Bed $1000 $2000
Bassinettes/Cots $600 $1500
Paediatric HDU $3000 $5000
Adult HDU $3000 $5000
CCU $3000 $6000
NICU Level 2 $2500 $3500
NICU Level 3 $3200 $4000