The Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre is a one-stop specialist centre based in Singapore that provides the latest and most advanced treatments available for people with cardiovascular disease and cancer. Our internationally recognized specialists have trained in leading centres around the world, including the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Australia to deliver a caring and professional service for our patients.

At the Harley Street Heart and Cancer Centre, we aim to maintain the medical excellence and qualities associated with the Harley Street name and believe in treating the individual and not just the disease. Collaborating with leading medical centres and specialists worldwide allows our international patients to enjoy a smooth continuity of care after returning home to their country.


Latest Developments

Heart Health: Get Screened By A Good Cardiologist In Singapore
Have you given your heart a check lately? According to the Ministry of Health, 15 people die from cardiovascular disease everyday in Singapore. This means that 1 out of 3 deaths in the country are... more
Healthy Hearts: Benefits Of Seeing Your Cardiologist In Singapore For Proactive Heart Screening
Many of you may not heed your doctor’s advice to start having a healthy lifestyle until you are diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. As your cardiologist in Singapore would explain, managing... more
Will I Survive? A Look Into The Survival Rates Of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery In Singapore
Many people who suffer from congenital and coronary heart diseases owe their second life to heart surgery and other heart procedures. In Singapore, more than 500 heart surgeries were performed... more
Fixing A Broken Heart: How Your Cardiologist In Singapore Can Help You Manage Heart Failure
When your heart is not able to pump enough blood to supply much needed oxygen and nutrients to your body’s organs and tissues, the condition is known as heart failure. In most people, heart... more
What To Expect When Your Heart Is Literally In Your Doctor’s Hand: Understanding Angioplasty And Bypass Graft Heart Surgery
Your chest starts to tighten; you find it hard to breathe. You feel your heart racing fast, and suddenly you are nauseated and start to collapse. You could be having a mild stroke or a heart attack... more
4 Symptoms of a Heart Attack that Women may Overlook
While the classic symptoms of a heart attack, such as chest pain and discomfort in the left arm, are common for men, symptoms in women are less well-defined and may even be silent. Over the... more
4 Burning Questions To Ask Your Oncologist About Pancreatic Cancer
A silent but deadly disease, pancreatic cancer ranks 6th among the types of cancer that kill Singaporeans. In fact, experts say that 95% of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer die of the... more
9 Questions To Ask Your Oncologist In Singapore About Tongue Cancer
Tongue cancer is a growing health concern in Singapore.  An article published by the National Cancer Centre Singapore reported that the incidence of tongue cancer among young Singaporean women... more
Truth Versus Myth On Breast Cancer & Breast Cancer Screening In Singapore
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Singapore. According to the Singapore Cancer Society, each year, over 1600 women are diagnosed to have breast cancer and almost 400 die from the... more
Are You A Non-Smoker? 3 Reasons You Should Still See An Oncologist In Singapore For Lung Cancer Diagnosis Even If You Never Smoked
According to the World Health Organization, lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths in the world; accounting for 1.59 million deaths in 2012.  In Singapore, one out of five persons... more
Questions & Answers On Cervical Cancer Screening
Dubbed as the “silent killer”, cervical cancer is the 10th kind of cancer affecting women in Singapore. According to the National Cancer Centre Singapore, there are over 190 cases diagnosed each... more
3 Questions To Ask When Considering Colorectal Cancer Screening In Singapore
Colon cancer is the cancer of the large intestine called colon. Rectal cancer is the cancer of the last several inches of the colon. Together, they are called colorectal cancer. According to the... more

Videos

Learn and understand what Coronary Angiogram is about – Dr Rohit Khurana
When do one need an angiogram and how is it being... more
The Importance of Cancer Screening – Dr Sue Lo
The best weapon to use against cancer is early detection. Dr Sue Lo talks about the importance of screening for cancer for early... more

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