Mount Elizabeth Hospitals are supported by well-equipped, specialised facilities to deliver optimal clinical outcomes for our patients.
The intensive care unit (ICU) is a specialised facility dedicated to patients who require close monitoring, nursing care and complex respiratory support. Our ICU is staffed 24 hours a day by:
Our units leverage technology to ensure patient safety and quality clinical care. Its features include:
The high dependency unit (HDU) is an intermediate care unit for patients who require a higher level of observation, treatment and nursing care compared to a general ward.
The HDU is also called a step-down unit or progressive care unit. A move from the ICU to the HDU is often seen as a welcome sign of progress. Such moves mean that the patient is gradually resuming normal eating and sleeping patterns, and is a step closer to going home.
The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) specialises in the monitoring and care of ill or premature newborn infants. The NICU also admits babies with congenital problems or trauma during delivery.
Our NICU provides the following services:
With sophisticated equipment and trained healthcare professionals, we are committed to giving every child the best start in life.
At our day surgery centres, you can:
Our endoscopy centres at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals provide a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures such as colonoscopy and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP).
Our team of professional specialists and staff are present to provide clear explanations of procedures and end-to-end medical attention. We provide different types of rooms suited to different needs.
Mount Elizabeth Hospital's endoscopy centre is equipped with:
Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital's endoscopy centre is equipped with:
Designed for optimal efficiency and a seamless flow during complex surgeries, all of our operating rooms:
Mount Elizabeth Hospital is equipped with:
Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital is equipped with:
Mount Elizabeth Novena is the earliest private hospital to have a hybrid theatre, which contains modern scanning equipment such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines. These allow surgeons to conduct complex surgeries in a minimally invasive and safe manner with shorter recovery times and better outcomes.