Camden Medical Centre

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Coordinates: 1°18′11″N 103°49′26″E / 1.3030989°N 103.8239723°E / 1.3030989; 103.8239723

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Camden Medical is a private medical centre in Singapore. It was established in 1999 and is located at One Orchard Boulevard near the Tanglin and Orchard Road area next to Orchard Boulevard MRT station. Developed by the Kwee brothers,[1] the 17-storey cylindrical building was designed by Pritzker Prize laureate Richard Meier.[2]

Services[edit]

The centre includes more than 200 medical and healthcare specialists and takes a holistic approach to healthcare and wellness, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

Available medical specialties include: aesthetics; plastic surgery; cleft craniofacial; physiotherapy; endocrinology; general practice; health screening; dialysis; laboratory services; nutrition and dietetics; obstetrics and gynaecology; orthopaedics; paediatrics; optometry and ophthalmology; podiatry; sports medicine; and traditional Chinese medicine.

Camden Medical also houses supporting medical facilities such as a radiology centre run by Singapore General Hospital which offers MRI, CT and X-ray imaging services; a clinical laboratory; a molecular diagnostic and microbiology laboratory; a dialysis centre; a rehabilitation centre and a pharmacy.

In addition to a carpark, there is a complimentary shuttle bus service from Newton MRT station. The centre also has an in-house concierge service to assist with arrangements such as wheelchair accommodation, cabs and booking meeting rooms.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neerja Jetley (2013-10-31). "Singapore Billionaires Want A Piece Of The New York Sky". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-09-21.
  2. ^ "Camden Medical Centre – Richard Meier & Partners Architects". www.richardmeier.com. Retrieved 2017-07-20.

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