Reimagining Private Healthcare to meet the changing demands: Dr. Timothy Low

With more than 28 years of experience in the Healthcare industry, Dr Low brings with him a strong background of leadership within the business and medical community.

Prior to his new role at Farrer Park Hospital, Dr Low served as Chief Executive Officer of Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore. Through his leadership, the hospital has won many awards, including the ‘National Work Redesign Model Company’ by Spring Singapore (Governing agency for innovation in Singapore).

Dr Low has also previously served in senior management positions for pharmaceutical and medical device industries in the Asia Pacific region. In addition, he pioneered the establishment of a global contract research organisation with Singapore as its regional headquarters.

Dr Low received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and is also a graduate of the NUS Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Executive Programme and of the Singapore Management University Asia Pacific Hospital Management Programme.

Farrer Park Hospital is a private tertiary healthcare institute set up to offer a fresh approach to medical treatment.

Attention has been given to every aspect and detail of the facility, from the comfort of patients, to its impact on the environment, to the speed and ease of obtaining medical attention, to the maintenance of hygiene.

Current developments in medical technology and treatments have been integrated with the hospital design and architecture, all determined by doctors to enhance the services.

The hospital, which has a medical centre attached, is also part of a lifestyle concept which combines healthcare and hospitality. It is set in a new 20-storey building – Connexion – which houses a hotel, a spa and Owen Link.

The complex sits on top of the Farrer Park MRT station, in an area rich in history. See the video for some interesting insights from Mr. Timothy Low on his professional journey.


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