Mount Elizabeth Hospital
|Mount Elizabeth Hospital|
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Mount Elizabeth Hospital, known colloquially as Mount E, is a 345-bed private hospital in Singapore operated by Parkway Health. Construction began in 1976 and the hospital officially opened on 8 December 1979. The hospital specialises in cardiology, oncology, and neuroscience, among other tertiary services. It is also recognised as a multi-organ transplant specialty hospital. Since 1995, it is owned by Parkway Holdings Ltd.
The hospital is accredited by Joint Commission International and is located in Singapore's Orchard Road, on Mt Elizabeth. It is the first private hospital in Singapore to perform open heart surgery and to establish a nuclear medicine centre.
The Royal Family of Brunei built a Royal Suite in the hospital for their own use. It was later made available for use by other patients.
In 2016 the cost of a bed in a four-bed ward was $276 a night. A single room was $640 a night.
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