Introduction of Proton Beam Therapy Centre at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital in 2021

Pantai Hospitals acquired Amanjaya Specialist Centre a 98-bed capacity facility to cater to the growing demand in Kedah

IHH Healthcare increase stake in Acibadem to 90%

Completed the expansion of Acibadem Maslak Hospital which is now the largest hospital facility in Istanbul, Turkey

Concluded INR4,000 crores preferential allotment to subscribe for 31.1% stake in Fortis Healthcare


Gleneagles Shanghai Hospital broke ground in Shanghai New Hongqiao International Medical Center

Parkway Pantai acquires 55% stake in Angsana Molecular Diagnostics

IMU Hospital's groundbreaking

Parkway Pantai begun operations for Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital

Acibadem opened Acibadem Altunizade Hospital

Parkway Pantai increase its stake in Continental Hospitals to 52.3%


Groundbreaking of Parkway Yangon, IHH's first hospital in Myanmar

IHH Divest 90% stake in non-core asset, Shenton Insurance.

Acibadem to become the leading private healthcare operator in Bulgaria through acquisition of 100% stake of Tokuda Hospital and 76.5% stake in City Clinic Group

Parkway Pantai entered into a land contract to build its greenfield project, Gleneagles Shanghai Hospital in Shanghai New Hongqiao International Medical Center

IHH Healthcare forms strategic partnership with Taikang Insurance Group to accelerate China growth (Completed in March 2017)


Acquisition of 51% stake in Continental Hospitals, India

Acquisition of 73.4% stake on a fully diluted basis in Global Hospitals, India

IHH enters into lease to operate Gleneagles Chengdu Hospital, Western China


In January, Acibadem opened, Acibadem Atankent Hospital. With 60,000 square metres of closed space, 328 beds, 10 operating theaters, 47 intensve care beds and 77 examination rooms/physician suites. It is their largest hospital to-date.


GHK Hospital Ltd awarded the Wong Chuk Hang private hospital site in Hong Kong


IHH acquired indirect 60% majority stake in Acibadem Holding, which also includes Acibadem Proje and Aplus

IHH launched global offering & first concurrent IPO in Malaysia & Singapore

IHH debuted on Main Market, Bursa Malaysia & Main Board, SGX-ST, closing 10% up on both exchanges

Opening of Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Singapore


Acibadem completed 50.3% equity stake in Acibadem Sistina and 50% equity stake in Acibadem Sistina medical, Macedonia, entering its first foreign investment outside Turkey


2002 -Parkway entered a JV with Brunei Investment Agency to own & operate the Gleneagles JPMC Cardiac Centre, Brunei Darussalam

2003-Parkway's Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata, India, became operational

2004-Parkway's 31% direct equity swap in Pantai formed a 40:60 Join venture company (JV Co) with Khazanah called Pantai Irama Venture

-Pantai delisted from Bursa upon completion of Mandatory Offer (MO) by Pantai Irama Ventures

2007-Parkway's 3 hospitals entered lease & leaseback agreements under Plife REIT, listed on SGX-ST's Main Board since August

-(Today, Parkway Trust Management, manager of PLife REIT, is wholly-owned by IHH)

2008-Parkway successfully bid for land in Singapore to build its greenfield project, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, which opened in July 2012

2010-IHH made voluntary General Offer (GO) for Parkway shares and delisted Parkway from SGX's Main Board, holding 100% equity interest in Parkway & Pantai Irama Ventures

-IMU Health became a wholly-owned subsidiary

-Khazanah transferred 60% equity interest in Pantai Irama ventures & 23.8% interest in Parkway to IHH


1974 -Pantai built its first hospital, Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

1987 -Parkway entered the healthcare business when it acquired Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore

1989 -Parkway entered the Malaysia Healthcare business with an acquisition of 70% equity interest in Pulau Pinang Clinic, later renamed Gleneagles Penang

1990 -Pantai debuted on Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), Malaysia

1991 -Acibadem commenced operations with Acibadem Kadikoy Hospital, Istanbul

1992 -International Medical College was founded in Malaysia partnering 5 foreign medical universities in relation to its medical programme

1999 -International Medical College granted University status, becoming the International Medical University (IMU), launching its own MBBS programme

2000 -Acibadem listed on the ISE becoming the first and only healthcare provider to be listed in Turkey

Source Date: 30 November 2018