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Gleneagles Hospital and Medical Centre (Chinese: 鹰阁医院) is a 380-bed private hospital, located in Napier Road, Singapore. It provides medical and surgical services.
It was founded in 1957 as a 45-bed nursing home. In 1979, it was expanded to become a 126-bed hospital providing a wider range of medical services. In 1993, Gleneagles became a tertiary care hospital, with a ten-storey building. A year later, the Gleneagles Medical Centre was set up with 150 medical specialists. By 1997, the hospital had expanded to a 380-bed institution.
In 22 May 2005, an operating team in Gleneagles Hospital performed a 10-hour operation to separate two Indonesian 15-month-old conjoined twins who were joined at the hip.
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