- Dr. Timothy Low
- Board of Director
- Farrer Park Hospital, Singapore
With more than 30 years in the healthcare space, Dr Timothy Low is an established name in the industry. He is the CEO and Board Member of Farrer Park Hospital, part of Singapore’s first fully integrated healthcare complex, Connexion, comprising a hospital, 5 Star Hotel and Spa as well as a specialist medical centre.
Dr Low has held key management positions in the last 25 years with renowned organizations.
He was CEO of the 380-bed Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore, successfully leading the operational turnaround strategy of the 800-staff facility to build the hospital’s reputation as a 6-star private healthcare provider. In the process, clinching 14 local and regional awards including the highly prestigious Asian Hospital Management Award. Under his leadership,
The hospital’s revenue grew over 42% to over USD$100 million. In that time, the hospital was also awarded the “National Work Redesign Model Company” by Spring Singapore (a government agency recognizing innovations in the work place).
Dr Low also helmed key positions in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry in the Asia Pacific region. Fronting Medical Affairs in senior management, he pioneered a global contract research organisation, basing the regional headquarters in Singapore.
As an Industry leader, Dr Low has earned recognition as an outstanding medical expert who contributes strategically, with deep technical know-how and intuitive financial acumen. He is a passionate transformational leader, maximizing human asset to deliver exceptional experiences for customers.
For his contributions toward the healthcare community, Dr Low joins the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who’s Who. He constantly engages with business experts and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the healthcare industry. In the last 2 consecutive years, he was awarded the “50 Most Talented Healthcare Leaders of Asia” award as well as ‘Best CEO of the Year’ at the Asia Healthcare Excellence Award conferred by CMO Asia in 2016 and 2017 respectively.