Established in 2018, Tree Top Hospital is a multi-disciplinary specialized tertiary care hospital with a capacity of 210 beds and over 30 specialty centers. They offer a wide spectrum of specialized health and medical services, ranging from health screening centers leading to high-end medical and surgical procedures and services supported by state-of-the-art technology. Tree Top Hospital boasts of a diverse team of specialized multinational doctors bring in knowledge, skills and expertise from over 30 different countries.
Tree Top Hospital aspires to transform the healthcare industry in the Maldives in terms of service quality and design. In this regard, their patients are regarded as guests and will get to indulge in the best hospitality experience while they receive care.
While they celebrate their 3rd anniversary today, the hospital is pleased to introduce brand new health package discounts, online services, inclusion training and apprenticeship programs.
Firstly, they have launched a 10% reduction on its following health screening packages and these special rates will apply all throughout March.
- Well Male Package
- Well Woman Package (18-34 years)
- Well Woman Package (35+ years)
- Healthy Living Package
- Heart Screening Package
Secondly, the hospital is launching their new Guest Portal that will feature appointment bookings, payments, medical records sharing, and secure messaging. It will also allow guests to view schedules of available healthcare specialists and enable ease of appointment booking. The Guest Portal can be accessed via this link or through the Tree Top Hospital Guest Portal mobile application.
Thirdly, a Feedback Portal has been launched which is a comprehensive platform for guests to voice their feedback for all the specialties and services provided by the hospital. It enables guests to select specific service areas and rate services and provide comments and suggestions for further improvement. You may access the portal through this link.
Fourthly, the hospital is introducing an Apprenticeship Program that will be towards students who have completed their secondary education. Lastly, a sign language training program will be launched for the staff to accommodate inclusion and overcome barriers faced by persons with communication and hearing disabilities in obtaining healthcare.