September 07, 2018 | Photo Story, Publication, Facilities and Buildings
Since 1858, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital has embarked on an ongoing journey to transform care and advance medical innovation, research and education, evolving from humble beginnings as a general hospital to become Singapore’s tertiary referral centre for women and children today.
February 05, 2018 | Regional Health System, Photo Story
At Bright Vision Hospital (BVH), palliative care is more than just about relieving pain and physical symptoms. It’s about treating patients holistically – body, mind and soul.
January 26, 2018 | Photo Story, Giving & Philanthropy
Among the 10,000 participants at Run for Hope on 21 January was Calihashim, an eight year old whose mother is battling multiple cancers.
November 30, 2017 | Academic Clinical Programmes, Clinical Care and Innovation, Photo Story, Upclose
The VIVA-KKH Paediatric Brain and Solid Tumour Programme set out to change the narrative for children diagnosed with brain and solid cancers. Set up in 2015, the programme leverages the collective strengths and expertise of KKH, SGH, NCCS, NNI, the Viva Foundation for Children with Cancer (VIVA) and St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA. This novel initiative cuts across specialties and institutions as healthcare professionals come together to treat the brain and solid tumours in children.
November 29, 2017 | Photo Story, Regional Health System, Clinical Care and Innovation
For Mr Ng, discharge from the hospital was just the beginning of his road to recovery. The Regional Health System ensures that vulnerable patients like Mr Ng do not fall through the cracks. By appointing a Patient Navigator to coordinate his care, different healthcare professionals, welfare organisations and other sectors of the community are mobilised to provide a continuum of services to Mr Ng. This way, he can ease back into normalcy.
November 20, 2017 | Clinical Care and Innovation, Allied Health, Photo Story, Upclose
Liver cirrhosis, an irreversible scarring of the liver, caused Mdm Yee to become a shell of who she formerly was. The complexity of her condition called for a myriad of treatments from different specialists. Instead of working in silos with each specialist examining only one part of the problem, the SingHealth Duke-NUS Liver Transplant Centre brought together healthcare professionals from across disciplines to treat Mdm Yee holistically.
November 15, 2017 | Clinical Care and Innovation, Facilities and Buildings, Photo Story
SingHealth Polyclinics – Bedok reopens at a brand new integrated complex, with two new diabetes care programmes, a self-collect medication locker with a cooling system, and other new services to help patients at every step of their care.
November 01, 2017 | Events, Photo Story, Education
The S3 Conference brings together leading experts in medical simulation from Europe, America and Singapore.