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At KKH, we put our patients first! They are at the heart of all we do.
Their caregivers are not forgotten. We feel that it is important to accommodate the family as well.
We also recognise that a better GP-KKH integration of services will ultimately lead to better patient health outcomes.
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For the first time in Singapore, mothers from vulnerable backgrounds and their children will be provided a comprehensive spectrum of care – physical, social, psychological and educational - through a multi-layered and integrated community health and social care support system.Read More
SingHealth President’s Challenge 2014 culminated with a bang following months of fundraising efforts and outreach activities for its five adopted beneficiaries.
• Two new firsts and all-time high amount in the history of SingHealth President’s Challenge
• New record with the “Largest Display of Pledge Stickers” in the Singapore Book of RecordsRead More
To facilitate the event on 18 October (Saturday), the boarding and alighting point for the free Shuttle Bus Service from KKH to Novena / Bugis will be relocated to the bus stop along Kampong Java Road. Operating hours for the Service on that day remain the same (8.00am to 3.10pm). We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Read More
The Admissions office will be closed for the event on 18 October (Saturday) and the following services will not be available:
- Financial Counselling
- Birth Registration
- Medical Records
For admissions on 18 October, please proceed to the following locations:
Children - Children's Emergency, B1, Children's Tower
Women - O&G (24-Hour) Clinic, B1, Women's Tower
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.Read More
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) paid tribute to about 400 healthcare pioneers at an event, “Rooted in Excellence – A Tribute to Our Pioneers” to honour their contributions and achievements in establishing a legacy of patient care and academic medicine for women and children.Read More
The mood of philanthropy and volunteerism is in the air as various institutions under the SingHealth cluster collectively carry out a series of fundraising activities, once again. Read More
Temasek Cares has launched ‘Stay Prepared’, an initiative to enable people in Singapore to be better prepared for emergencies. The first programme of this initiative, Temasek Cares KITS (Kids in Tough Situations), aims to provide community-based therapy to children who have emotional and psychological difficulties arising from trauma. Read More
Nu Skin’s Southeast Asia Children’s Heart Fund (Nu Skin’s SEA Children’s Heart Fund) has donated a sum of $300,000 towards the purchase of two new ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) machines for the neonatal and paediatric ECMO programme at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), which provides life-sustaining heart and lung support for critically ill infants and children. Read More
New trial results have shown that the world’s first Double Intravenous Vasopressor Automated (DIVA) System affords superior control of maternal blood pressure in women undergoing caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia, when compared with manually-administered medication to manage reduced blood pressure (vasopressor). Read More
Based on feedback and suggestions from patients and caregivers, the hospital has reviewed the visiting hours as well as the number of visitors allowed by each patient’s bedside. With effect from 1 January 2014, visiting hours for general wards will be revised to 10.00am - 8.00pm daily. Patients may receive several visitors in the course of the day, but at any point in time, only 4 visitors* are allowed in the ward or at the patient’s bedside. For restricted wards, the visiting hours will be revised to 12.00noon - 2.00pm, and 6.00pm - 8.00pm daily. Patients at restricted wards may receive several visitors in the course of the day, but at any point in time, only 2 visitors* are allowed in the restricted ward or at patient’s bedside.
*Includes caregiver. A Caregiver Card will be issued to patients who require a caregiver outside of visiting hours.
Children healing from injuries and illnesses will be aided further in their recovery journey with a new Art Therapy Programme at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH). Introduced with support from The Red Pencil Humanitarian Mission, Singapore, KKH’s Art Therapy Programme enables children to strengthen their resilience and coping ability, and supports their emotional recovery. Read More
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