Year Established: 1957
Established in 1957, Gleneagles Hospital is now owned by the giant Pantai Parkway Group Healthcare network. This 272-bed, private, acute-care hospital with more than 300 specialists provides an extensive... more range of medical and surgical services and has achieved Singapore Quality Class certification. Gleneagles is a leading center for the care and treatment of cardiac patients. It is also a regional referral center with strong technology resources for imaging and robotic surgery. Gleneagles was the first hospital in Southeast Asia to use a robotic surgiscope for neurosurgery, spinal surgery, and ear, nose, and throat surgeries. Asian Center for Liver Diseases and Transplantation (ACLDT) is the first private center in Asia dedicated to the treatment of all types of liver diseases, including liver cancer, hepatitis, alcoholic cirrhosis, and pediatric liver diseases. Gleneagles was the first hospital in Southeast Asia to perform a living-donor liver transplant.
Staff & Capacity
Beds: 272 Physicians: 300
Services & Amenities
Airport transport, Appearances, Car Service, Computers and E-mail, Language Assistance, Local accommodation assistance, Physician Consultation, Refreshments, Translator services
We were at Gleneagles Hospital today as my husband had cataract surgery.
The concierge ,Mr Muhammad Chan came up to our room with a wheelchair to pick my husband to the taxi stand after his rest... more from the day surgery, was a very helpful staff.
He not only did what he normally do, but he went all out to book a cab for us as i was queuing for a taxi to take us home.
The queue was quite long and my poor husband was sitting in the wheelchair ,exposed to the fumes of the passing taxis and evening sunlight which was detrimental to his newly operated eye.
Mr M Chan took the initiative to ask if he could help booked a taxi for us.
I was so grateful to him.
Kudos to him and also to Glen Hospital for having such a dedicated staff.
Thank you so much Mr M.Chan.
The nurse were friendly but the customer service team are the worst. Asked the front desk to put us on a waiting list for single bed rooms when we were registering for admission, and they said ok ,only... more to find out that they totally forgot and hence, after my dad's operation we had to be placed in a 2 bedder room. Told the receptionist about it and they say that they will try to accommodate our request and put us in front of the waiting list due to the failure in communication with the front desk at the ground floor and them at the 8th floor. Then, during the evening, when we asked if there are any vacancy for single bed rooms, the service personals told us there was a waiting list and we will have to be in the queue again. Is this a joke?? Do they actually put a note noting that the patients are waiting for single bed rooms or has our request simply fallen on deaf ears of the service staffs and they are just giving us perfunctory answers. Treating us like fools.
We requested for a single bed room is cause the rooms will have a sofa for my mom to rest in while taking care my dad. My mom had to sleep on the chair which result in great discomfort and body aches due to her age.
Will never come back here again. Worst hospital service ever.
It was a "full house" and no single- or 2-bedder were available. The 4-bedder ward was miserable. Bed was right next to the bathroom and it was a lot of disturbance. Bathrooms are dirty and don't get cleaned... more often enough. Endoscopy theatre is a mess - zero organisation.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
There is no indicators supported for this facility. If your hospital is part of major country or region based indicators that you value, please suggest it to us via our suggestion box in the bottom left corner and we’ll consider it's integration.