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Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) and SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre’s Paediatrics Academic Clinical Programme (ACP) have partnered to establish the Tan Cheng Lim – CCF Professorship in Paediatric Oncology. Read More
KKH was recognised at the “Best Company for Mums” contest with a SG50 Special Award for our efforts in creating a positive work environment for working mothers! KKH was commended for initiatives including compressed work week, flexible work hours, job sharing, and child care support, among other measures and facilities, that were implemented so that our staff could better manage their work and caregiving responsibilities. Photos
To mark the nation’s big 50, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) has lined up a slew of activities to celebrate the momentous occasion. One of the highlights is the “Kids Explore@KKH” event where 100 young explorers - children aged six to 12 spent a morning role-playing healthcare professionals from various specialties at KKH.
To bring the nation together in celebration, KKH will be organising a variety of activities which includes a public forum on parenthood, a mass latch on exercise to commemorate World Breastfeeding Week, as well as a special commemorative book that features individuals whose lives have interlinked with KKH’s. Read More
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), Singapore Institute for Clinical Science (SICS) of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the National University Health System (NUHS) have launched Singapore’s first large-scale pre-conception study which will involve 1,000 local couples. The study will investigate the effects that nutrition, lifestyle, mental health, and other environmental factors may have before and during pregnancy on the eventual health and socio-emotional outcomes of the mother and baby. The study, called “S-PRESTO”, is short for Singapore PREconception Study of long-Term maternal and child Outcomes. Read More
Fifty remarkable employees were honoured at the 5th SingHealth Excellence Awards for their outstanding commitment and contributions to patient care, education and research.
Congratulations to the staff from KKH, who were among the recipients at the awards ceremony, graced by Dr Lam Pin Min, Minister of State for Health.
The 12th Healthcare Humanity Awards 2015 were presented today to honour exemplary healthcare professionals who go beyond the call of duty to help others.
President Tony Tan, who was the Guest-of-Honour and Courage Fund Patron-in-Chief, presented the awards to 62 winners, six of whom were recipients of the Honourable Mention Award.
Congratulations to the recipients from KKH!
List of Recipients
Over 100 doctors were honoured at the inaugural SingHealth Doctors and Dentists Long Service Award for their dedication to patient care for over 10 years! Among them, 36 doctors and dentists received recognition for serving in public healthcare for up to 20, 30, and even 40 years! At the occasion, a special tribute was also paid to healthcare pioneers, to thank them for their selfless contributions.
Join us in congratulating the Long Service Award recipients and honouring the Healthcare Pioneers from KKH!Read More
Staff from our Children’s Emergency did KKH proud during the Society for Emergency Medicine Singapore’s Annual Scientific Meeting 2015. Two teams comprising doctors and nurses faced off against seven other adult emergency department teams during SimWARS, a national competition involving high-fidelity simulation of patient resuscitation. KKH’s two teams were the only representatives from a paediatric emergency department at the competition, with one of them emerging the champion of SimWARS!Read More
The Singapore Health Quality Service Award 2015 honoured a total of 2,748 healthcare professionals from 19 organisations for their commitment to deliver quality care and excellent service. Superstar Awards were conferred on top winners from the Clinician, Nursing, Allied Health, and Ancillary categories. The Award also recognises Clinical Practice Improvement and Service Initiative Improvement Teams.
Our heartiest congratulations to all KKH staff who received the award, especially to Dr Lois Teo, Senior Psychologist, Dept of Psychology Service, who won the Superstar Award in the Allied Health category! Read More
Congratulations to KKH’s Director of Nursing (DN), Ms Tan Soh Chin, who will be taking on a new role as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), Ministry of Health, with effect from 1 January 2015. She will be appointed as CNO-Designate from 1 December 2014. Ms Tan will be be succeeded by Ms Ng Gaik Nai, Deputy Director, Nursing (DDN), KKH, who will be taking on the leadership of the Division of Nursing in KKH.Read More
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