Singapore has one of the most sophisticated healthcare systems in the world. The World health Organisation itself marks it as the best healthcare provider in Asia and sixth in the world. Cancer treatment is a speciality here and the Gleneagles Hospital is ranked among top ten hospitals around the globe. There are many other hospitals, which offer excellent care as well. Singapore’s efficient healthcare system is considered as a model for the rest of the world. Healthcare cost here is reasonably low compared to any such facilities in the West.
The Mount Elizabeth Hospital is owned by the Parkway Group, which also owns the Parkway East and Gleneagles Hospitals in Singapore, and a network of hospitals in Malaysia, India and Brunei.
The Raffles Hospital offers an international patient portal in 11 languages ranging from Arabic to Bahasa to Russian and Japanese. The hospital also has a Japanese Clinic for tourists and residents from Japan. The hospital offers a whole range of fixed-price packages, from screening for osteoporosis to total knee replacements