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Farrer Park Hospital is a Singapore private hospital set up to offer excellent clinical care in unparalleled comfort with a focus on fairness and value.

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Farrer Park Hospital has the design capacity to have 145 beds for inpatients. A mix of accommodation is available to cater to different preferences. Currently, we are licensed by the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Singapore to operate 106 beds.

Wifi are available in all the suites, which are located at levels 7 to 10 of the hospital. To make your stay as pleasant as possible, all inpatient suites are equipped with tablets for infotainment needs.

Our Inpatient Television (IPTV) offers access to news and entertainment shows, movies, games and the Internet. A wide variety of dietary options is also available for selection via the tablet. Meals are specially designed by the hospital dietitian and chefs from One Farrer Hotel & Spa.

Other standard features in our suites are the LED lights, height-adjustable hangers in the wardrobes, sofas and a built-in counter for hand-washing. There is also a washing bench in the ensuite bathrooms. Volker beds together with pressure-relieving mattresses are used in all room types to ensure maximum comfort for all our inpatients. The bay window seats also offer panoramic views of the city or the gardens. Dedicated butler services are also available.

Farrer Park Hospital has a bed-washing programme. Our beds will be decontaminated and washed in a special cart washer for good hygiene practices.
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Our specialists are supported by modern facilities which allow them to diagnose, inform and heal our patients.

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30 Sep 2018

The concept of this hospital is like hotel. Very friendly staffs and doctors. The service and nursing care is excellent. The food served was awesome. I would recommend this hospital to all my friends.

30 Sep 2018

I was so surprised to find out that a health screening was SO MUCH CHEAPER at Farrer Park Hospital than Changi General Hospital! Plus the number of examinations they do is more. I was very satisfied with my consultations and also so pleased to have my examination at a hotel-like hospital which felt peaceful. 

30 Sep 2018

Good environment for recovery and a very comfortable place.

30 Sep 2018

The wards (called suites) are like hotel rooms and the service is excellent. Also, the doctors/specialists at Farrer Park are all vetted by higher management so that only the best can practice there. It is a good place to get treatment and recover. Having insurance cover most of the cost made it even better!

30 Sep 2018

Although I had to be warded for about 8 days, the level of care and concern I received made my stay very comfortable. All my nurses who helped me were extraordinary! 

30 Sep 2018

Farrer Park hospital is a very good hospital, with warm and very patient-oriented staff. I hope this is the standard that every hospital aspires towards!

30 Sep 2018

I was admitted for 1 night for an ankle operation. As per what was told to me during my pre-admission, I proceeded to level 2 at 0600 for my admissions. The admissions office was completely empty. As a result I had no choice but to ask my way around with a limp to get myself admitted. There was no signage or instructions for guidance.

As a medical establishment, the hospital should provide a more patient-centric approach whereby clear instructions could be provided for visitors in case of absence of staff or concierge for assistance.

I was sent to the operating room by 2 male nurses. This was to me was highly insensitive. I was not very mobile and required assistance in getting undressed and putting on my robe. Such lack of patient respect and privacy was extremely uncalled for.

After the surgery, a lady in uniform came to the room without identifying herself and her purpose of entering the room. It was after my asking that she mentioned that she is the physiotherapist and was in my room to check on my status after the operation and to teach me some exercises to help me regain my mobility. I have to say she is professional in teaching me how to use the clutches however service etiquette needs to be improved upon.

Medications were served without informing me of what was given to me, as a patient with multiple allergies to Painkillers and antibiotics. Medications were also served with cold water.

My brother found an Indian Passport in the safe box. (Was room cleaned and checked properly?)

After the surgery I felt nauseous and rang the call bell for assistance. It took me more than 30 mins before a nurse provided the necessary injection to relief me of my discomfort. Prior to that, another nurse came, took a quick look, told me wait and left. It would be ideal if a plastic bag or a kidney dish was given to me while waiting to prevent me from vomiting on myself. Not sure if such lack of basic human compassion was due to poor staff education, poor staff morale or lack of manpower.

I encountered some problems in adjusting the elevation for the bed and the remote control was not working. When I asked the nurses in the ward for help, she told me all hospitals beds are the same. After several insistent requests, she called for the technician. When the technician came, he moved my bed, checked the wires, crawling under the bed and continuously requesting that I help him test the functionality of the remote. All these checks were done while I was in my robe, in a awkward position feeling dizzy, nauseous and in pain.

The technician is doing checks while I am still on the bed, What if I fell off the bed during the checks?

To end the story, the technician could not fix the source of the problem. As a result the bed had to be changed.

Due to my immobility, I need to borrow a wheelchair. To my amusement, the nurses kept asking me if I really need it, if not they need to put it back to the supply area as there were only 3 wheelchairs on level 8 suites.

Not sure why wheelchairs are so scarcely available in this hospital.

The balance of meeting commercial profits and providing quality patient care needs to be re-evaluated and accessed

Singapore is a globally renowned location for medical tourism. As a Singaporean I am deeply saddened that I am given this standard of care in a private hospital which positioned itself as a healthcare facility for medical tourism.

In my opinion, Farrer Park Hospital is not performing in a satisfactory fashion as far as patient safety and patient care is concerned.

I am truly appalled by this experience in Farrer Park Hospital.

I will not recommend this hospital to anyone who wants a trusted and comfortable medical care

30 Sep 2018

My mum had her day surgery done today at the endoscopy suite. It was a very comforting and heart-warming experience as the nurses are very patient-centric. They care a lot for my mum, addressing her concerns and worries. They also crack jokes with the patient to make her laugh. It was very different from our previous experiences at other private hospital. Thank you for making our hospital experience so joyful and comforting. Appreciate the dedicated, passionate and compassionate medical workers (from nurses to registration officers) we met during this stay. Will definitely recommend to friends and family.

14 Sep 2018

I have never heard of this hospital until my wife recommended me to have my knee arthroscopy done at Farrer Park Hospital. Compare to other well-known hospitals, I would want to say its environment is just simply awesome and cozy. The staff there are helpful and efficient which you don't have this feeling of being neglected. The hospital is easily accessible as it is situated next to MRT station.

14 Sep 2018

I stayed in a single-bedded room for my surgery. Waiting room for surgery was very noisy with nurses talking loudly. My friend stayed overnight with me and had to pay $32.10 per person per night regardless she wants a mattress or not. In the end, she was given a blanket and a pillow only as there was already a very hard mattress at the side. I stayed in Gleneagles before, there was no need to pay for friends or relative staying over.

When I entered the room, there was no introduction to the door. I didnt know which button to press to call for non-emergency help. In the end, I pressed the wrong button.

Nurses to administer medicine were always very late like 1 hr late than the actual time. We had problems with TV and it took us to call quite a few staffs and like an hour just to get a working remote control.

The admin work was not done properly. I was able to be discharged before paying any charges in Gleneagles due to my insurance but in this hospital, my insurance agent had to help me email/fax additional documents urgenty to let me discharge without paying any charges.

Overall, if you have money to spare, there are better hospitals with better service and management. I will try my best not to come back to this hospital.

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