Concord International Hospital's licence may be revoked if patient safety lapses not addressed by Jan 20

SINGAPORE – Concord International Hospital (CIH), which has been ordered to suspend its medical services, may have its licence revoked if it does not rectify “significant lapses” identified by the Ministry of Health (MOH) by Jan 20.

It found the hospital, which has apparently been sold, failed to abide by the Private Hospitals and Medical Clinics Act (PHMCA).

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