Thomson Medical Introduces New Family Room So That The First-Born Is Not Left Out!

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Introducing the new family room at Thomson Medical so that mummies can recover with daddy and their first-born too! 

Venue: Thomson Medical
Price: $1,388 (before GST)

Thomson Medical, a popular hospital for healthcare services for women and children, introduces a new Family Room suitable for mummies to be accompanied by children. This is useful for mummies who does not have additional help or who wish to involve their first-born when they are recovering at the hospital.

Suitable for A Companion and One Child

This room is ideal for one companion stayover and one child (1.5 ‚Äď 6 years old). This new concept allows mummies with a first-born child to stay together with her spouse in the privacy and comfort of this revitalised boutique ambience.

The Family Room features a ModBed Elevated House Bed, a modular bed that grows according to your child’s needs with removable bed guards, poster tents, and roofs which provide easy access for kids, and a set of FIJN Clouds Play Table & Matching Play Chairs, courtesy of children furniture provider, Kids Haven. 

Other Amenities

A stay in the Family Room includes:

  • Complimentary first companion and one child accommodation with breakfast
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and broadband Internet access
  • Complimentary car park coupons for 1 car plate number
  • Personal safe
  • Mini fridge
  • Beverage Corner
  • Daily newspapers
  • Family bonding activities
  • Exclusive premiums for the family


The Thomson Medical Family Room is priced at $1,388 before GST, or $1,485.20 (prevailing GST). Below are a list of pricing (before GST) for other rooms for comparison. 

  • Thomson Family Suite: $1,828
  • Premier Single Room: $688
  • Single-bedded Room: $550

To book and find out more, visit Thomson Medical.


*Photo Credits: Thomson Medical Facebook



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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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