Penang Adventist Hospital
One of the pioneering healthcare providers in the state, Penang Adventist Hospital (PAH) was established in 1924 by Dr J. Earl Gardner. As a non-profit medical institution operating under Adventist Health International, the 258-bed PAH is awarded with *JCI and *MSQH accreditation. It also has achieved Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative status and with a host of high-tech medical facilities that cater to your specific needs.
Gleneagles Medical Centre
In 1973, Gleneagles became the first private hospital in Penang. Currently owned by Parkway Holdings Limited in Singapore, the George Town based Gleneagles is an acute-care general hospital with a wide range of specialist services and facilities fitting for the medical tourism industry.
Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital
Since February 21, 1976, Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital has offered respectful, compassionate and integrated healthcare to countless as part of its philosophy to enable cancer patients to experience the compassionate God.
Modern and uncluttered, the 240-bed Island Hospital is ground-breaking, built with an emphasis on open spaces and integrated units that is therapeutic for patients.
Loh Guan Lye Specialists Centre
Established in 1975, the Loh Guan Lye Specialists Centre (LSC) is a 265-bed private hospital with a wide range of healthcare services from prevention, diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, to aesthetic procedures and health screening packages within a warm and caring environment.
Pantai Hospital Penang
Before 1997, those seeking medical services in the southern part of Penang Island had to travel up to the various hospitals located at the northern part of the Island. But with the establishment of Pantai Hospital, such travels became a thing of the past.
Hospital Lam Wah Ee
Hospital Lam Wah Ee carries a legacy of community service that spans more than a century. First mooted in 1876 by several Chinese community leaders, the hospital was built in 1883 on a 10,600 sq. ft. plot at Muntri Street. Led by 12 community leaders in the board, the hospital provided free Chinese medicine consultation and prescription, relying on the services of experienced ‘sinsehs’ (traditional physicians) from China.
Tanjung Medical Centre
Known once as the Penang X-Ray Specialist Klinik in 1976, Tanjung Medical Centre is a hospital founded in May 1, 1995 that is equipped with advanced specialist diagnostic imaging clinics under the management of the Tanjung Medical Group.
Tropicana Medical Centre
Tropicana Medical Centre (formerly Srigim Medical Centre) is a centre managed by TMC Life Sciences Berhad, a public listed company in Malaysian stock exchange that specialises in Fertility Treatment, Women’s and Children’s care since 1992, with the belief in Quality Health Care at Affordable Cost.