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Oncology Day Care Centre
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Nursery Incubator
Nursery Bassinet


A range of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy is available. They are performed by surgeons and physicians, depending on the type. They include:

  1. Gastroscopy – study of the stomach and abdomen
  2. Colonoscopy – study of the large intestines
  3. Bronchoscopy – study of the airways of the lungs
  4. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography – study of the bile ducts
  5. Rhinoscopy – study of the nasal passages

What is endoscopy used for?
When the abnormalities are found, biopsy can be taken to ascertain the nature of the lesions. Polyps in the gut can be removed, without the need for an operation. Stones in the bile ducts can be removed. It can also help in the placement of feeding tubes in the stomach or breathing tube in the airways.


This specialised care area comprises a 11 bed Intensive Care Unit and a 7 bed High Dependency Unit. A full range of invasive monitoring and ventilator support is available for the critically ill patient.

Operating Theatres

The Operation Theatre Complex consists of 4 operating rooms. A complete range of anaesthetic monitoring facility ensures safe anaesthesia. A range of specialised surgical instruments allow conduct of a wide variety of operations. These include cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, orthopaedic and spine surgery, ENT surgery, ophthalmic surgery, urological surgery, obstetric and gynaecological surgery, laparoscopic and general surgery.

The Theatre Complex is situated adjacent to the ICU complex for easy access

Special Care Baby Unit

There is a specialised baby unit, which caters for all newborn babies.

X-Ray and Imaging Unit

The Imaging unit is a very important support service for diagnosis and treatment of diseases. It has a range of sophisticated imaging machines.

This is a special X-Ray machine that allows real time viewing of the internal organs.

General Radiography
These are machines used to obtain images of internal organs such as the heart, bone, and lung. It may be static, or mobile, allowing x-rays to be done by the bedside in the wards.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
MRI is a new imaging technique using strong magnetic fields, radiowaves and a computer to produce pictures of body structure. It is able to create images of practically any part of the body, and is particularly useful in the head and spine. It is able to “see” lesions which may not show up on other modalities of imaging. It does not use x-rays, and is thus safe from radiation exposure risk.

Computerised Tomography (CT)
CT Scan uses a computer to generate images from a series of x-rays taken. It produces cross-section pictures in several planes.

This is a very useful scanning technique using high frequency sound waves. As these waves (too high in frequency to be heard by humans) pass through tissue layers, some are bounced back, and picked up by a receiver. A computer then uses these information to create an image of that section, in real time. There is no radiation exposure risk, and the ultrasonic wave has been proven to be safe. This equipment is used to scan many areas of body.

This is a special x-ray machine for taking fine resolution x-rays of the breast. It allows imaging of breast tissue, and can detect lesions deep in the breast tissue which is otherwise non palpable. It is effective in detecting benign and cancerous lesions. It is useful in detecting early breast cancer, allows localisation for biopsy and is used as a screening tool.

Multi-Slices Computed Tomography (MSCT) Scan

MSCT scanner is the latest new generation state-of-the-art x-ray scanner with multiple detector channels designed to obtain image data from different angles around the body, and then uses advanced computer processing the information to show detail cross-section, 2D and 3D picture of body tissues, organs and blood vessels.

MSCT imaging is used to show several types of tissues-brain, lung, bone, soft tissue and blood vessels – with superior clarify.  Using specialized equipment and expertise to create and interpret MSCT scans of the body, doctors can more easily diagnose problems such as cancers, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, trauma and musculoskeletal disorder and early detection of stroke.  MSCT scan is a patient-friendly examination that involves minimal radiation exposure.

Cafeteria and Gift Shop


The Cafeteria is located at Level LG, Normah Hospital adjacent to the lift lobby. It is open 7 days a week from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. You can have a choice of Western or local cuisine. Room Service is available for in-patients. In patients will be served complimentary 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner). Menus are available in every room. Special meals for patients on special diet (example diabetics) can be arranged. The resident Dietitian can also help with dietary advice. Meals can be charged to your account during your stay in Normah. All food served is halal.

Gift Shop
A Gift Shop is located on Level LG of Normah Hospital, adjacent to the Cafeteria. Its opening hours are Monday to Friday (8:30 am to 4:30 pm) and Saturday (8:00 am to 1:30 pm.) It is closed on Sundays.

The shop sells a wide variety of essential items including gifts, flowers, toiletries, stationary, confectioneries, books and magazines.

Newspaper can be delivered to the rooms on request.

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