Respiratory (or pulmonary) medicine is a clinical area of specialty that treats medical conditions related to the airways and lungs. Respiratory issues can range from routine cases like asthma, bronchitis and allergic rhinitis to complex conditions like lung cancer, tuberculosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD).
Your doctor will develop a specific treatment plan based on your diagnosis to treat your respiratory condition.
At Gleneagles Hospital, our respiratory care is in the hands of our experienced lung specialists.
Patients with airway disorders can expect to be treated, not just by our pulmonologists, but also specialists in other clinical areas such as intensive care medicine, infectious diseases, oncology and radiology.
Our ability to diagnose and manage lung and respiratory conditions of varying complexities stems from our investment in sophisticated medical technologies and protocols such as flexible pleuroscopy and bronchoscopy.
Located in the heart of the city, right next to the lush green healing environment of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Gleneagles Hospital provides combines quality medical care with a unique hotel ambience.
A Joint Commission International (JCI)-accredited hospital, we deliver the highest quality of care according to international healthcare standards.
As a well-equipped boutique hospital, we have skilled medical specialists from a wide range of clinical specialties for patients with respiratory conditions looking for complex care.
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