Treatments for renal diseases, colorectal-related disorders, cardiac diseases and cancer are some of the more commonly sought after services.
Dr Lim Suet Wun, executive vice president, Parkway Pantai, said: "We continue to see very strong medical tourism coming from around the region but also as far as Eastern Europe and as well as North of Asia."
Dr Francis Seow-Choen, medical director, Fortis Colorectal, said: "Singapore is well known to be able to give good medical and surgical treatments to these patients."
Dr Prem Kumar Nair, general manager, Raffles Hospital, said: "Singapore remains a brand name and medical hub for high quality and for critical medical treatment."
Singapore-listed Raffles Medical Group has seen a 26 per cent on-year increase in the number of foreign patient arrivals, with Indonesians making up the majority.
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