Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health

Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health

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168 Jalan Bukit Merah, Surbana One #04-01
Singapore, Singapore, 150168, Singapore

Phone:     6508 6914       |   Fax:     6278 6075
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Business Description

The Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health (Parkway College) was started in 2008 to develop and conduct academic courses and training. It is wholly owned by Parkway Pantai Limited (PPL).

PPL, part of the IHH Healthcare Berhad Group, is one of Asia's largest private healthcare providers with operations and investments in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Hong Kong, India, Vietnam and Brunei. It has a network of 17 hospitals, six of which are JCI accredited, and more than 3,000 licensed beds in aggregate. PPL also owns 60 medical centres and clinics and ancillary healthcare businesses.

In Singapore, PPL is the largest private healthcare provider and operates Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital and Parkway East Hospital - all accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI), and Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital which opened in July 2012. Over 1,200 specialist doctors are credentialed by PPL to admit patients to its four hospitals in Singapore. In addition, PPL has medical centres and clinics, health screening facilities, radiology facilities, laboratories, education facilities, a clinical research organization, rehabilitation services, a corporate insurance business and a third party administration business in Singapore which complement its hospital network. This broad range of services offered by PPL's businesses provides it with an integrated presence across the primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary healthcare sectors in Singapore.

Parkway College aspires to be the premier global private educational institution in the niche fields of Nursing, Allied Health and Healthcare Management. In Singapore, the College is the education arm of the Parkway Pantai Limited. It provides opportunities for life-long learning, and equips its students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace. The College comprises of 3 Schools:

School of Allied Health
School of Healthcare Management and
School of Nursing

Our education and training programs feature the following attributes and objectives:

Student-centered education
Ethical and professional education
Healthcare oriented education
Enhancing employ-ability and career advancement

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