Raffles Hospital

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Raffles Hospital Singapore is the only hospital in Southeast Asia accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), making it one of the world’s most advanced and respected healthcare institutions. Hospital staff are dedicated to providing quality care that meets or exceeds international standards, while continuing to maintain a close relationship with local communities. Raffles Hospital is a tertiary hospital located in the heart of Singapore. The hospital has since become one of the most renowned hospitals in the region. Raffles Hospital is a provider of primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare services to the local populace as well as tourists visiting Singapore. The hospital also offers a wide range of medical services including cardiology, oncology, neurology, surgery and obstetrics & gynecology. 

Raffles Hospital officially opened its doors to the public on March 16, 2002, just days after the former Deputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong dedicated the hospital to the nation. Designed by renowned architect, Goh Choon Swie, Raffles Hospital was hailed as a masterpiece of modern architecture when it was completed in 1986. The hospital quickly became a vital part of the healthcare landscape, with facilities ranging from general to specialist wards and clinics. On September 12, 1997, two companies, Raffles Medical Group and Pidemco Land formed a joint-venture company to convert Blanco Court into a world-class medical center. The project was completed in May 1998 and the center opened its doors to patients in June 1998. The venture was a success and spawned several other joint ventures between the companies. Today, Raffles Medical Group and Pidemco Land continue to operate the medical center together under the name Raffles Healthcare.

Loo Choon Yong is the cofounder of Raffles Medical Group, one of the largest healthcare conglomerates in Southeast Asia. Raffles has over 100 clinics across the region, but is best known for its flagship hospital, Raffles Hospital. The company has also pioneered several medical innovations, such as the world’s first artificial heart valve and the world’s first successful liver transplant. Raffles Hospital is the largest hospital in Singapore, with 307 inpatient beds and 25 day care beds for overnight psychiatric patients. The hospital has 12 operating theaters, making it a major center for medical procedures.

The hospital offers a full range of medical and surgical facilities, including day surgery suites, delivery suites, operating theatres, intensive care unit, neonatal intensive care unit, dental, radiology. The hospital is ideally situated for both private and public patients. The hospital is one of the largest and most advanced in Singapore, with an extensive range of specialist and emergency services combined with advanced medical technology. It offers a full complement of specialist and emergency services, including a 24-hour emergency room, intensive care unit and pediatric ward. Patients recuperate in luxuriously furnished rooms under the care of attentive nurses at The hotel rehabilitation center. The center has a wide range of services to offer patients, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and social activities. The staff is passionate about their work and takes great pride in providing quality care for their patients.

Raffles hospital was the first private hospital in Singapore to be accredited and certified as a trauma hospital by the National Trauma Committee. In recognition of its achievement, Raffles Hospital has been awarded the prestigious Trauma Centre of Excellence Award by the National Trauma Committee. 

The certification process entails rigorous assessment of a hospital’s trauma care capabilities, including capabilities in resuscitation, critical care, surgery, and post-traumatic care.

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