Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur bags 4 global awards


Big win at GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific Awards 2022 a testament to Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur's quality healthcare and services.

Gleneagles Hospital KL chief executive officer Hoo Ling Lee accepting one of the many accolades, including Hospital of the Year in Malaysia, from GlobalHealth Quality and Innovation Accreditation (GHQIA) co-founder Dr Ravi Shrestha.Gleneagles Hospital KL chief executive officer Hoo Ling Lee accepting one of the many accolades, including Hospital of the Year in Malaysia, from GlobalHealth Quality and Innovation Accreditation (GHQIA) co-founder Dr Ravi Shrestha.

HAVING made a commitment to improve the health and wellbeing of its patient and communities, Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur has made it its mission to continuously raise the bar in clinical, operational and service excellence and offer the highest standard of care at all times.

Being part of the 16 hospitals under IHH Healthcare Malaysia, one of the largest private healthcare providers in the nation, Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur has gained its well-deserved reputation of delivering excellent clinical outcomes – focusing on medical advancement and delivering the highest possible patient satisfaction.

In acknowledgement of its achievements and consistency in implementing various initiatives and patient centric strategies towards improving health over the past years, the GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific Healthcare and Hospital Awards 2022 presented 4 awards to Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, including the coveted Hospital of the Year in Malaysia award.

Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur was awarded in recognition of its high degree of innovation with products and technologies and the resulting leadership in terms of customer value and market penetration.

“These awards are a testament to the hard work and skills of our experienced doctors and staff, truly showcasing our dynamic leadership and our commitment to healthcare excellence,” says Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur’s Chief Executive Officer, Hoo Ling Lee.

“We will continuously strive to give our patients and their loved ones peace of mind by providing the best care and treatment through comprehensive infrastructure, technology and services.”

Another three awards that Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur received for its healthcare services included:

Value-based Hospital of the Year in Asia Pacific

Being a patient-centric healthcare institution and leader in value-based integrated healthcare, Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur continues to advocate patient empowerment – one of the key themes within the global health and social care strategies of the World Health Organisation (WHO).

A great source of pride is the data received for the hospital’s value driven outcome (VDO) initiatives indicating patients in the hospital received the best clinical outcomes in the areas of colonoscopy and percutaneous coronary intervention – having either met or exceeded international benchmarks.

Last year, several new digital tools were introduced to keep clinicians updated with the latest information and knowledge, including computerised physician order entry (CPOE) – which the hospital is among the first batch of hospitals under IHH Healthcare Malaysia to implement.

Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur also invested a total of RM40mil in capex which included the purchase of new machinery and equipment, upgrading and implementation of IT projects, as well as refurbishment and renovations of wards.

Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur chief operating officer Linda Leong Miao Ling (right), receiving the Value-based Hospital of the Year in Asia Pacific award from Varun Panjwani, GlobalHealth Asia Pacific chief executive officer and GHQIA co-founder.Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur chief operating officer Linda Leong Miao Ling (right), receiving the Value-based Hospital of the Year in Asia Pacific award from Varun Panjwani, GlobalHealth Asia Pacific chief executive officer and GHQIA co-founder.

Endocrinology Service Provider of the Year in Asia Pacific

Having clinched this award for two years running, Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur boasts of being equipped with all the related specialties needed to run a comprehensive endocrine service and is able to provide a full spectrum of consultant care and research.

The concentration of advanced clinical facilities along with highly qualified specialists has been of major benefit in the care of complex endocrine cases.

Its multidisciplinary team consists of seven dedicated pituitary neurosurgeons, one consultant interventional radiologist, four dedicated endocrine surgeons and nine urologists.

The department works closely with the onsite paediatric department, showcasing a truly comprehensive unit.

Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur places great importance on training and strongly encourages medical students to undergo a weeklong attachment in the Endocrinology and Diabetes Centre at the hospital to gain real-life experience.

Bariatric Service Provider of the Year in Asia Pacific

A rigorous accreditation that recognises the standards of excellence in the field of bariatric surgery, this award is a testament to the outstanding comprehensive weight loss approach and top-quality bariatric surgical care by the hospital. Led by the hospital’s Bariatric Centre team, their unwavering commitment in going the extra mile to provide quality and exemplary care. leads to better outcomes for patients.

With this award, the hospital retains its reputation as the leader in bariatric services and care.

Find out more about Gleneagles Hospital KL at www.gleneagles.com.my/kuala-lumpur, Facebook or Instagram.

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