The Gleneagles Medini Hospital will be one of world-class standards and poised to make Medini another attractive medical health destination in the region. This project, under the aegis of Iskandar Investment Berhad (IIB), is a catalyst that will also spur the growth of medical tourism as well as setting the benchmark for superior healthcare in the country.
World class specialist treatments using state-of-the-art medical equipment are intrinsic to the Parkway Pantai Group’s excellent health care services. With a strong and established brand reputation, Gleneagles Medini will be able to easily attract patients from within and outside the country.
The Gleneagles Medini Hospital will also feature 300-beds and a 162-suite medical office block. The hospital is developed by Parkway Pantai Group in close partnership with Global Capital & Development. The Parkway Pantai Group of 16 hospitals located in many Asian cities, has an excellent reputation for their high quality healthcare. This project is a manifestation of the close and symbiotic relationship between Malaysia and Singapore and it is only natural that the Parkway Pantai Group expands its presence just across the Johore Straits.
Parkway Pantai Limited (PPL), a subsidiary of IHH Healthcare Berhad (IHH) a leading international provider of premium healthcare services. Known as Asia’s largest hospital operator, IHH presently operates over 4,900 licensed beds in 30 hospitals as well as clinics and ancillary healthcare business across Singapore, Malaysia and Turkey, and key markets of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Hong Kong and India. IHH is also present in Vietnam, Brunei, United Arab Emirates, Macedonia and Iraq.
In Malaysia, PPL is the second largest private healthcare provider with over 2,000 beds across a network of 12 multi-disciplinary hospitals under the “Pantai” and “Gleneagles” brands. Over 800 specialist doctors are credentialed by PPL to admit patients to its hospitals in Malaysia. It also operates Pantai Premier Pathology, Pantai Integrated Rehab Services, one ambulatory care centre and one primary care centre.