Sincere IVF Center is the latest center to be approved and accredited under the Ministry of Health new guidelines for Assisted Reproductive Centres. Our sophisticated laboratory is fitted with some of the latest and reliable equipment currently available and fully compliant to the guidelines and in accordance with international best practices.
Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital boasts 350 beds spread over a 6-acre compound. Staffed by about 300 trained and professional employees, our In-patient Department (IPD), Rehabilitation Centre and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Centre serves thousands of patients every month. Despite being a charitable organization that is heavily dependent on public support and donations, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital remains focused on providing standards of care and service to our residents. 广惠肇留医院是一间非营利﹐由民间主办之慈善机构，不分种族，宗教信仰，阶级为患上慢性痼疾人士提供医药治疗。目前，广惠肇留医院的员工多达300人。医院的设施包括住院部，康复中心及中医门诊中心。 我们的病人多数来自低收入家庭。医院常年运作经费高达1700万元，这庞大的日常开支，全靠善心公众的捐款来维持。 为了保证医院提供的服务达到一定的水平，广惠肇留医院设立了素质保证委员会来管理全部的医疗服务。
The National University Hospital (NUH), a member of the National University Health System (NUHS), is a tertiary specialist hospital that provides advanced, leading-edge medical care and services. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities as well as dedicated and well-trained staff, the NUH is a major referral centre that delivers tertiary care for a wide range of medical and dental specialties including Cardiology, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics and Orthopaedic Surgery. It is the principal teaching hospital of the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. With combined resources (from the teaching hospital and NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry), the NUH will be able to meet the healthcare needs of patients, train future generations of doctors more effectively, and help develop solutions to our healthcare problems through research. Backed by substantive expertise and experience, the NUH was chosen by the Ministry of Health to develop two new national specialist centres, the National University Heart Centre, Singapore and National University Cancer Institute, Singapore to meet the growing needs for cardiac and cancer treatments. In 2004, the NUH became the first Singapore hospital to receive Joint Commission International (JCI) Accreditation, an international stamp for excellent […]
Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic is managed by National Healthcare Group (NHG). NHGP provides a comprehensive range of health services for the family, functioning as a one-stop health centre providing treatment for acute medical conditions, management of chronic diseases, women & child health services and dental care.
Thomson Specialist Skin Centre (TSSC) is a specialist dermatologic clinic providing evidence-based, cost-effective outpatient medical services covering a comprehensive range of dermatologic conditions. This includes patients with various kinds of skin, hair and nail problems, as well as screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. Our team of experienced specialists is accredited with the Ministry of Health and registered with the Specialist Accreditation Board, and are trained in the diagnosis and management of various medical and cosmetic skin conditions as well as venereology. Our expertise extends to diagnosis, care and treatment of skin problems in all age ranges, including babies and children to adolescents, adults and the elderly. We believe in an ethical, patient-centered, caring and professional approach to the management of skin diseases, in an environment which is conducive and where confidentiality is assured. TSSC is a member of the Thomson Medical group, a leading healthcare provider in Singapore and trusted healthcare partner to Singaporeans and those in the region for over 30 years.
The history of Mount Alvernia Hospital began in 1949 with the arrival of Sister Mary Angela McBrien, Sister Mary Camillus Walsh and Sister Mary Baptista Hennessy. Back then, public hospitals were overcrowded and understaffed. The nuns from the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM) who worked at the hospital felt that more could be done to bridge the gap. So pooling their savings and salaries, the FMDM Sisters started a core fund and canvassed for donations. Many generous individuals and companies responded to the call and eventually, enough was collected to build a new hospital. The hospital was officially opened on March 4, 1961 with 60 beds. Today, the hospital is a 303-bed general acute care medical institution; with tertiary medical capabilities and two multi-disciplinary medical specialist centres. The hospital is supported by over 1,200 accredited doctors, with about 130 specialists doctors located on the campus. As the hospital develops, more medical suites will be built and the pool of doctors is expected to grow. An exempt charity, the hospital’s annual surplus goes into developing and upgrading the hospital, supporting the Assisi Hospice and community outreach activities. An outreach service of the hospital, the Assisi Hospice was established in […]
St. Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH) is a community service of St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital. Established in 1992, SACH was the first hospital in Singapore set up to provide affordable rehabilitative and intermediate care. In April 2005, we moved to a purpose-built 11-storey, 200-bed hospital in Simei, and became the first community hospital to be located next to an acute-care general hospital – Changi General Hospital (CGH). This close proximity with CGH helps to facilitate better coordinated and integrated care for SACH patients, and the sharing of services. In December 2014, SACH, together with CGH, expanded our services into a jointly developed new facility, The Integrated Building, which is located next to the SACH main building. From there, our expansion of services include the provision of a larger Day Rehabilitation Centre and increased number of wards and rehabilitation spaces and facilities. SACH is focused on providing inpatient rehabilitative and sub-acute care for adults and children after the acute phase of treatment at a general hospital. Our outpatient services and facilities include Day Rehabilitation Centres, primary care service, community therapy service, home care service, and a Senior Care Centre. Community hospitals play an important role in providing continuing care for patients, particularly the […]