GLENEAGLES HOSPITAL HISTORY

    The Gleneagles Story
      The first Gleneagles hospital is located at the original site of "Harvestehude" in Singapore. It is a house named after a place in Germany. It was built by German resident Gustav C W wolber in the early 20th century.

      In the late 1930s, the house was taken over by two British women. They turned it into an apartment called "Eagle Pavilion", which originated from the lush environment and wilderness of a beautiful valley in Scotland.

      In the 1950s, a luxury hotel called "Gleneagles" was built next to "Harvestehude", but in 1957, the hotel was used as a hospital by the British European Association. In June 1959, Gleneagles hospital was first opened to the public and located opposite the Singapore botanical garden, providing an ideal treatment environment for patients.

      From the beginning, Gleneagles hospital took empathy and high-quality medical services as the core, and further promoted its medical mission in 1978, transforming the staff dormitory into a five storey medical building. By 1980, Gleneagles hospital had developed into a medical center with 126 beds.

      Broadway Holdings Limited acquired Gleneagles hospital in 1987 and invested S $150 million to transform it into a modern hospital, adding a 10 storey hospital building, 14 operating rooms and 150 consulting suites. This made Gleneagles hospital a multi department medical institution, and its service scope also expanded to hospital management and consulting services. Until 1997, Gleneagles hospital had been established It has developed into a tertiary hospital with 150 specialists and 380 beds.

      Today, Gleneagles hospital has developed into a famous tertiary intensive care hospital, providing comprehensive patient management for patients through a wide range of medical and surgical services. The hospital has 257 beds, perfect medical facilities, equipment and cutting-edge technology. More than 300 clinical departments provide a wide range of medical and surgical services, including Cardiology, Gastroenterology, liver transplantation, obstetrics and Gynecology Oncology, orthopedics and other key departments.
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    Mission


    Patient first – put the patient's needs first
    Integrity - do the right thing and do things correctly
    Empathy - listen attentively
    Work together - unity is strength
    Pursuing excellence - advocating continuous improvement and innovation

    We are committed to continuously improving the clinical, business and service levels, providing patients with a typical paradigm, medical service provider first - putting patients' needs first