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Singapore has a well-established healthcare system comprising private hospitals, public hospitals and several specialist medical centres.

They serve to provide local and international patients with specialized care, catering to different patient needs and varying costs.

Gleneagles Hospital

A 380-bed private tertiary acute-care hospital located in the heart of the city, next to the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Gleneagles Hospital is part of the Parkway Pantai group, providing a wide range of medical and surgical services.

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

Mount Elizabeth Hospital has 505 beds, and is one of the largest private hospitals in the region. Recognized for its wide range of specialist services, it performs the one of the largest number of cardiac and neuro surgeries in the private sector in the region. Mount Elizabeth Hospital is part of the Parkway Pantai group.

Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital

Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital is the latest addition to the Parkway Pantai group of hospitals and specialist centres.  It features a host of facilities including more than 250 physician suites, 333 patient beds, outpatient specialty centres and aerial gardens.

Parkway East Hospital

Parkway East Hospital is a 123-bed general hospital located in the eastern part of Singapore, just minutes away from Changi International Airport. It was formerly known as East Shore Hospital and is another member of the Parkway Pantai group.

Mount Alvernia Hospital

Mt Alvernia Hospital is a 303-bed general hospital. As a private, non-profit, Catholic missionary hospital founded in 1961, Mount Alvernia is well known for obstetrics, gynaecology and paediatrics.

Thomson Medical Centre

Established in 1979, Thomson Medical Centre specializes in the areas of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, as well as Paediatrics.

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