Gleneagles Hospital is a private hospital in Singapore located on Napier Road next to the Botanic Gardens.
Gleneagles Hospital opened in 1957 and underwent a series of expansions and modernizations over the years. In 1987 it was acquired by Parkway Hospitals and Parkway Pantai Limited, one of the largest and leading healthcare services provider in Asia, which further modernized the facilities as well as increased the range of the services provided.
Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore is a 257-bed tertiary care hospital serving both the local population and international medical tourists attracted by the high quality care offered in a wide range of medical and surgical specialties.
The hospitals offers a variety of room options to meet the diverse needs of its patients: from 4-bedded rooms, to 1-bed 24 m² rooms, to 119 m² VIP suites.
Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore is committed to high quality care and excellence in patient experience and has been awarded the Gold Seal by the Joint Commission International (JCI) since 2006.
Joint Commission International (JCI) Accredited Hospital since 2006
Baby-friendly Hospital under the World Health Organization's (WHO) Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) since 2019
Staff can arrange for interpreters and translation services for a number of languages.