Being hospitalized should not be dreary. That is why Gleneagles Medini strives to bring the best to our patients.
We offer ASTRO programmes on television in all our rooms. There is also free wireless internet for everyone to use and stay in touch with the world while you recuperate.
Where meals are concerned, Gleneagles Medini is like a hotel with doctors. All patients are served with three main meals and three snacks each day, which is included in the room
We have 11 suites to cater to the comfort of our patients, who are offered fine dining menu. Gleneagles Medini is staffed with chefs who are trained and experienced in serving tasty,
We also have an ala carte menu for visitors that will be delivered to these rooms. They can choose a variety of Malay, Chinese, Indian, International and Vegetarian Set Menu
prepared by our kitchens.
Of course, the food served for the patient will be within the specification of the doctors and dietician, while for the guests it will be fine dining cuisine of the best hotels.
Gleneagles Medini receives many patients from all over the world. In an effort to provide the best possible care and solutions to our international patients, we have in-house interpreters who can assist and link patients to their doctors and hospital staff. Our interpreter services are also extended to families of patients who can benefit from it by receiving up-to-date information. We have interpreters for Japanese, Korean, Bahasa Indonesia, German, French and Arabic.
The whole hospital area is a smoke-free zone, inside and outside the buildings. We enforce this in the interest of your health and the comfort of others. As such, please do not smoke or allow your visitors to smoke in your room, bathroom or anywhere within the hospital premises. There is a fine of RM1,000 for this offense.
We do not encourage patients to keep valuables like jewelry and cash in their rooms during their stay in the hospital as the management shall not be responsible for any losses. We do, however, provide hospital safe for you to keep your valuables, but this too shall be at the patient’s own risk.