National Heart Centre (NHC) of Singapore is the national referral centre for cardiovascular disease in Singapore. It provides comprehensive preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative cardiac services to local and overseas patients.
National Heart Centre has a 186-bed capacity, with more than 9,000 inpatient admissions annually. Its multi-disciplinary team of professionals carry out approximately 80,000 outpatient consultations, 75,000 cardiac investigative procedures and over 1,700 operations annually.
National Heart Centre, together with its sister institutions under Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), Singapore General Hospital, Singapore National Eye Centre, National Cancer Centre, National Dental Centre (which are all located within Outram Campus), Changi General Hospital, Kandang Kerbau Women's and Children's Hospital, National Neuroscience Centre and eight polyclinics island-wide caters to a complete healthcare needs of the nation.
SingHealth is one of the two public healthcare clusters. It was incorporated on 31 March 2000 after a major re-organisation of the public health services in Singapore.
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Raffles Medical Group (RMG) is a leading medical group and the largest private group practice in Singapore. As a fully integrated healthcare organisation, the Group owns and operates a network of family medicine clinics, a tertiary care private hospital, insurance services and a consumer healthcare division. Patients of the Group enjoy a continuum of care, from having their most basic healthcare needs met through the Group’s islandwide network of Raffles Medical clinics, to specialist and tertiary care at Raffles Hospital.
Founded in 1976 with two clinics in central Singapore, RMG has grown consistently over the years to serve over one million patients today and 5,500 corporate clients including local and multi-national corporations and government agencies.
Raffles Medical Group operates a network of 65 multi-disciplinary clinics across Singapore and three clinics in Hong Kong. The Group also manages the airport clinics in Singapore’s Changi International Airport and Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok International Airport.
On top of managing common ailments like cough and cold, the network of clinics under Raffles Medical also offers health checks, travel health services and workplace health consultancy.
The Group’s flagship hospital, Raffles Hospital, is a 380-bed tertiary hospital. Located in the heart of Singapore, Raffles Hospital offers a full complement of specialist services combined with advanced medical technology. Its 16 specialist centres meet a wide variety of medical needs such as obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiology, oncology and orthopaedics.
As an extension of its healthcare services, the Group offers health financing under its subsidiary International Medical Insurers (IMI).
The Group’s healthcare insurance specialist writes health insurance policies for both corporate groups and individuals. IMI is able to leverage on RMG's healthcare network to provide a seamless and superior service, where the health insurer and the healthcare provider are two halves of one integrated unit.
Raffles Health, the Group’s consumer healthcare division, develops and distributes a full range of nutraceuticals, supplements, vitamins and medical diagnostic equipment for personal healthcare in Singapore and in the regional markets.
Raffles Medical Group subscribes to the Institutional Group Practice Model, a mode of practice adopted by internationally renowned US medical institutions such as the Mayo Clinic. Through this model, specialists work as a team to provide patients the quality assurance of medical services that are integrated, peer reviewed and medically audited.
Raffles Hospital is a 380-bed, tertiary care hospital and the flagship hospital of the Raffles Medical Group, a leading private healthcare provider in Singapore and South East Asia.
Located just 20 minutes away from Changi International Airport and right in the heart of the city, Raffles Hospital offers a full range of specialist, medical and diagnostic services that spans across 35 disciplines. Its 16 specialist centres meet a wide variety of medical needs such as obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiology, oncology and orthopaedics.
The hospital is equipped with a 24-Hour Emergency and Raffles Medical at Raffles Hospital, Specialist Clinics with services spanning across 35 disciplines. The hospital’s full range of medical and surgical facilities include day surgery suites, delivery suites, operating theatres, intensive care unit, neonatal intensive care unit, dental, radiology, clinical laboratory, pharmacy, dietetics and physiotherapy services.
Subscribing to the Group Practice model of collaborative care, the specialists of Raffles work as a team to ensure that patients have access to the best skills for their treatment and care. With Raffles Hospital’s commitment to quality, patients can be assured of medical services that are integrated, peer reviewed and audited.
The rooms at Raffles Hospital are outfitted to the standards of five-star hotels, with an array of suites, single, double, four and even six-bed rooms for patients to choose from.
Intimate and cozy, Raffles Hospital is the ideal sanctuary for rest and recovery.
Our specialist clinics are organised as individual one-stop medical centres that will provide you comfort and convenience. Our specialists are available for same day or next day appointments and on 24 hours coverage every day, ensuring you prompt access to specialist care.
As a leading healthcare services hub in Asia, the international city of Singapore attracted approximately 450,000 international patients last year. Singapore is a world class, cosmopolitan and culturally vibrant city of grace. It is stable, peaceful and safe. Many international patients place their confidence in our world class healthcare system, which is at the forefront of medical technology and has safety as its top priority.
Parkway's hospitals and healthcare services are regarded as a few of the most sought-after destinations for treatment in Asia. The group delivers quality care supported by state-of-the-art technology and innovates to maintain its lead in healthcare provision.
As a leading private healthcare group in Asia, the group owns three hospitals in Singapore, namely East Shore Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital and Mount Elizabeth Hospital, and a network of hospitals in Malaysia, India and Brunei.
International patients seek a wide range of treatment at Parkway's hospitals. They originate from Singapore, the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong SAR, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, India, United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates and Russia.
The International Patient Assistance Center (IPAC) is a one-stop service that opens doors to specialists' expertise, personalized patient care and cutting-edge technology at their affiliated hospitals - East Shore, Gleneagles and Mount Elizabeth. Dedicated and experienced patient care teams provide genuine care and comfort and attend to the needs of patients before, during, and, if necessary, after their visit.
Their medical expertise is internationally recognized for its high standards and medical breakthroughs. Doctors and surgeons undergo rigorous training at established medical institutions, and continually upgrade their knowledge and skills. They are supported by qualified nurses, clinicians and other healthcare professionals.
Hospitals and medical centers in Singapore are well-managed and have advanced technology and sophisticated equipment and facilities. Fully computerized, our healthcare system ensures efficient administration, including proper storage of patient records, which facilitates integrated treatment.
Many international patients seek specialized treatments in Singapore. The hospitals and specialty centers here specialize in areas such as cardiology (heart), neurology (brain), ophthalmology (eye) and oncology (cancer). Top medical professionals provide the latest treatment options. These specialty centers and hospitals also carry out research and development, leveraging on the growing biomedical research in Singapore to develop new treatments.
Singapore is actively advancing the application of biomedical research in healthcare and extending its capabilities to clinical trials and healthcare delivery. The world's leading biomedical companies are based here in Singapore. These support the latest innovative treatments and therapies now available in Singapore.
Highly qualified and experienced professionals administer our healthcare system. The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) sets strict standards on drug evaluation, pharmaceutical administration, medical devices, analytical science, forensic science and medicine, radiation protection and transfusion medicine.
Many international patients have placed full trust in Singapore's healthcare and safety standards. They are at ease in our multiracial and multicultural society. For offering peace of mind, Singapore is the first choice of many international patients.
National Cancer Centre, Singapore (NCCS). As a national and regional centre of excellence, they are committed to excellence in research, education and clinical services.
At NCCS, they adopt a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to cancer treatment. they undertake training and education of medical, radiation and surgical oncologists and other allied health personnel to develop relevant clinical and basic research programmes in the understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
they strive to provide the highest standards of medical diagnosis, treatment and patient care.
As a national and regional centre of excellence, the NCCS offers a one-stop, holistic range of clinical services to patients, conducts clinical and basic research, and develops public cancer education programmes wholly directed at the prevention and treatment of cancer. Their inspirational concept of care is patient-focused, with multi-disciplinary teams of professionals working together to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.