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IIHSC Details

Course Schedule (2022 Intake #1)

​Dates *


​Training Details

1 to 3 November 2022

​9.00am to 6.00pm

​Training & Written Assessment ​

​7 to 10 November 2022

​11 November 2022

​​9.00am to 6.00pm

​Role Play Assessment

(scheduled at 30 mins per participant)

*Training dates are subject to changes

Assessment requirements

Participants are required to be assessed as "Competent" in all assessment activities. Details of the assessment arrangements and requirements will be provided by the trainer after the course starts.

Delivery Mode

This course will be delivered through synchronous e-Learning via Zoom. Course participants will receive the Zoom link at least a week before the first lesson.

Course Fees
Singapore Citizen below 40 years old / PR ​Singapore Citizen
aged 40 and above  ​
​International Participants 
without GSTwith GSTwithout GST
​with GSTwithout GSTwith GST​
​Self Sponsored​S$710.00a
​S$1,519.40 ​ ​
​Non-SME Sponsored

  1. Up to 50% course fee funding
  2. Up to 70% course fee funding under "Enhanced Training Support for SMEs (ETSS)"
  3. Up to 70% course fee funding under "SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enchanced Subsidy (MCES)"

Click here for more information on SkillsFuture funding. 

For SingHealth staff, please contact us for more information on the course fees. 


  • SingHealth Community Hospitals Office Of Learning (SCHOOL)
  • SingHealth Academy


Assoc Prof Lee Kheng Hock 

In 2006, Assoc Prof Lee set up the first hospital-based family medicine department in Singapore, providing both inpatient and transitional care services at the Singapore General Hospital. He is a pioneer in the field of integrated care, working towards creating a sustainable healthcare system for a rapidly ageing population. His work is validated by two landmark randomised control studies that proved the effectiveness of transitional care services in reducing unnecessary hospital utilisation.

Assoc Prof Lee teaches Family Medicine at the Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore. He incorporated patient-centred care and care integration into the Family Medicine curriculum. As the Director of Education of SingHealth Community Hospitals, he oversees clinical training of three community hospitals.