Corporate Giving



Improve Accessibility to Healthcare

At Parkway Pantai, we deliver quality healthcare services of enduring and sustainable value to underprivileged communities, by sponsoring medical treatment to needy patients in our hospitals in Malaysia and Singapore.





Life Renewed

With the support of the Khazanah-IHH Healthcare Fund launched in 2011 during IHH's initial public offering, Parkway Pantai sponsored over RM40 million worth of medical treatment for needy patients in its home markets of Singapore and Malaysia under the banner of its ‘Life Renewed’ programme. The programme helped more than 1,300 patients between 2012 and 2017.

Since 2018, Parkway Pantai has reaffirmed its commitment to improving accessibility of healthcare services to underprivileged communities in Singapore and Malaysia, with annual funding of more than RM8 million in support of ‘Life Renewed’.


Life Renewed Stories


  • IHH Healthcare Invests In Genomic Medicine Company to Provide Cancer Patients Better Treatment Outcomes
    20 Nov 2019

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  • Parkway Pantai Wins Big at SG: D Techblazer Award 2019
    05 Nov 2019

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  • The Straits Times – Veteran nurse has seen it all - births, struggles and deaths
    23 Oct 2019

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  • All Parkway Pantai Hospitals in Singapore Go Baby Friendly
    10 Oct 2019

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  • Parkway Hospitals Singapore Inks Healthcare Services MOU with Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
    08 Aug 2019

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  • Sin Chew Daily – IHH Healthcare flourishes under Dr Tan See Leng's 10-year leadership (Translated)
    05 Aug 2019

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  • China Press – Challenge of healthcare professsion - always on call (Translated)
    03 Aug 2019

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  • Mount Elizabeth Hospital Become Singapore's Second Baby Friendly Private Hospital
    02 Aug 2019

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  • The Edge Malaysia – IHH sees better times ahead for Fortis
    01 Aug 2019

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  • Sin Chew Daily – IHH continues to implement four initiatives to improve Fortis financials (Translated)
    01 Aug 2019

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Nurture Healthcare Professionals

In Singapore, supporting medical education is a strong focus. Parkway Pantai has established two scholarships and two professorships with two local universities since 2000, gifting a total of S$8.5 million to further medical education and research. Contributions are in the form of endowments to provide support in perpetuity





Mount Elizabeth-Gleneagles Graduate Scholarship Fund (2018)

The S$2 million graduate scholarship fund provides financial assistance to medical students from Duke-NUS Medical School with bond-free scholarships valued at S$10,000 each.


It also supports outstanding individuals from all three medical schools in Singapore who have excelled at their individual or group academic projects, with opportunities to present their findings at international seminars and conferences.



Professorship in Medicine and Healthy Ageing (2015)

To help Singapore cope with the demands of an ageing population, Parkway Pantai has set up a S$3 million endowment fund with NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine to establish the Parkway Pantai Professorship in Medicine and Healthy Ageing.


The new Professorship will enable NUS to appoint an expert in functional ageing, which encompasses degenerative disorders of the bone, muscle and joints, and nervous system. It will also provide support for more extensive research in the causes, prevention, and/or treatment of age-related disorders including dementia. This knowledge can be translated into practical ways to keep the elderly healthy.



Mount Elizabeth-Gleneagles Scholarship Fund (2012)

Parkway Pantai set up a S$2 million scholarship fund to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students pursuing a medical degree at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.


The endowed gift, together with the government-matching grant, will provide up to S$160,000 of financial aid annually. The Scholarship is bond-free and valued at $10,000 each.



Professorship in Geriatrics (2000)

Parkway donated S$1.5 million towards the establishment of the Parkway Professorship in Geriatrics at NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.


The Professorship enables the University to engage eminent academics and clinicians, who help advance geriatric medicine in Singapore by facilitating teaching and research, as well as the development of clinical and community care in geriatrics.





Raise Public Healthcare Awareness


Across its markets, Parkway Pantai promotes health awareness through campaigns and activities by its hospitals. The hospitals also hold health camps, talks and walks/ runs to raise awareness of health issues. Other initiatives include blood donation drives and medical support during community events.