In conjunction with its 4th year anniversary, Gleneagles Hospital Medini Johor launches its new exclusive all single-bedded room ward and new radiotherapy services to perform Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS)
Gleneagles Hospital Medini Johor (Gleneagles) launched its new and exclusive single-bedded ward in conjunction with its 4th year anniversary, offering bigger and better room facilities for the comfort of patients. At the same time, the hospital announced that it is now the first and only private hospital in Johor to offer Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS), an advanced form of radiation therapy where high doses of radiation are delivered to small targets within the brain and spine. SRS is a noninvasive procedure that require no anaesthetic or incisions.
To meet the increasing demand for higher quality healthcare from the Southern Region and medical tourism in the region, Gleneagles has added 22 new exclusively designed single-bedded rooms comprising one Presidential Suite, two Junior Suites and 19 Single Deluxe rooms. Each room comes with a microwave oven, water filter machine, a fridge (in line with the hospital’s efforts in going green and in reducing the usage of plastic bottles) and a convertible sofa set for patients’ family members to rest. The rooms are priced from RM330 per night.
In addition to the new ward, the introduction of the new radiotherapy services is part of Gleneagles’s continuous enhancement for the recently launched state-of-the-art Cancer Centre in June 2019. The SRS procedures are delivered through the Elekta Synergy Radiotherapy with C-RAD system that is available at the Cancer centre. This cutting-edge technology enables more precise, accurate and shorter treatment period to achieve a better clinical outcome for patients and faster recovery so that they may quickly resume their normal daily routine while enhancing overall quality of life.
“Leveraging the strength of our Gleneagles brand and our track record in performing complex procedures with positive outcomes, we believe our hospital will further boost the attractiveness of Iskandar as a healthcare destination,” said Jean-Francois Naa, CEO, Gleneagles Hospital Medini Johor.