Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Hospital is a pioneer healthcare service provider in Malaysia, offering premium tertiary care facilities in multiple specialties.
This 200 bedded hospital offers comprehensive list of medical services ranging from basic to complex procedures, delivered by highly qualified and skilled medical professionals.
The hospital has a state-of-the-art infrastructure and is well-equipped with top-notch, advanced technologies so as to maintain high standard of clinical excellence which is at par on international level.
Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu Hospital is committed in serving with utmost dedication to ensure that the patients receive finest clinical care in the region.
The hospital comprises of 80 Medical Suites, 15 Intensive Care Units (ICUs), 7 Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) and 6 Labour & Delivery Suites.
6 ultra-modern Operating Theatres equipped with high-tech instruments for complex surgeries and patient monitoring systems.
The Radiology Department has 160-slice CT Scanner, 1.5 Tesla MRI, cardiovascular X-ray system, Diagnostic Radiography/Fluoroscopy (R/F) System, Digital Mammography and Bone Densitometer.
The Clinical Laboratory at Gleneagles Kota Kinabalu is managed by Pantai Premier Pathology which provides accurate and prompt diagnosis and analysis.
Centers of Excellence
Cardiovascular & Lung Centre
Orthopaedic & Spine Centre
Women & Child Care
Brain & Nerve Centre
Nearest Airport: Kota Kinabalu International Airport is only 10 in away from he hospital.
Located close to many hotels and guest houses.
At A Glance
Languages spoken : Arabic, English, Malay, Thai
Established in 2015
Total of 46 doctors
Total of 200 beds
Gleneagles Hospital Kota Kinabalu performs 337 different procedures. Click on a procedure name to see more details and to view doctors for that specialty.
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