The 28-year-old was brought to the hospital’s emergency room with an arm injury that caused serious bleeding and lowering of blood pressure on dangerous dangerously low blood pressure. Due to his delay in seeking treatment, our doctors faced a huge challenge of saving not only his limb, but also his life.
With only a four-hour window to work with, a team of doctors led by Dr Naveen Kumar H R had to race against time to connect the veins and salvage both his arm and life. This surgery was successfully completed in under three hours.
Well done to the team for pulling all stops to save a life.
Taking the opportunity of global borders reopening, leaders of our laboratory units across the world gathered in Singapore for the inaugural IHH Laboratories Strategic Retreat that was held over 2 days on 18 & 19 July.
For the second year running, IHH colleagues across the globe came together in their respective markets to celebrate and rejoice in the IHH Service Week which ran from 11 to 15 April 2022.
IHH Healthcare started 2022 on an exciting note by hosting its first hybrid Global Town Hall on 27 January, with more than 100 staff in attendance at the webcast venue in Malaysia.
Who says festive holidays are reserved for celebrations with family and friends? Senior Nurse from Prince Court Medical Centre Chu Tai Feng chose to give back to the community, by volunteering with IHH Malaysia’s medical outreach team
After its first successful bilateral hand transplant in August last year, the team at Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai has gone on to perform the life-changing surgery on two quadruple amputee patients – a first for India.
For his firm focus on creating a bedrock of trust, IHH Managing Director & CEO Dr Kelvin Loh has been named Executive of the Year – Healthcare at the 2021 Singapore Business Review (SBR) Management Excellence Awards.
A 27-hour surgery supported by an army of 60 healthcare professionals. They say it takes a village to raise a child, but in this case, it was what it took to separate a pair of conjoined twins.