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Their caregivers are not forgotten. We feel that it is important to accommodate the family as well.
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Doctors at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) have developed the world’s first fully automated system to enhance the management of blood pressure in women undergoing caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia.
The novel Double Intravenous Vasopressor Automated (DIVA) System detects and responds rapidly to low blood pressure and/or slow heart rate in real time by auto-administering a precise amount of the recommended medication to manage reduced blood pressure (vasopressor). The system uses an advanced decision algorithm to ensure enhanced patient safety. Read More
Temasek Foundation (TF) and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), from Singapore, have collaborated with Myanmar’s Ministry of Health to partner Myanmar’s efforts to enhance healthcare expertise and facilities for children. Read More
This year, 434 KKH staff received recognition at the Singapore Health Quality Service Awards 2013 in the Silver, Gold and Star award categories. Two out of the four Superstar award recipients are also from KKH - Ms Samantha Ong Sau Fong from Service Quality Department and Ms Lim Siew Choo from Nutrition and Dietetics Department. The Singapore Health Quality Service Award is a nationwide platform to honour healthcare professionals who have demonstrated remarkable commitment to delivering quality care and excellent service. Full list of winners from KKH Superstar winners
KKH is the only institution to achieve the Outstanding Individual Award under the Bukit Merah East Safety and Security Watch Group.
The "HEART" Nursing Team at KKH received the Best PS21 Project (Silver) at the PS21 ExCEL Awards for their initiatives to improve the level of patients' satisfaction on nursing care in the inpatient wards at KKH. The initiatives - SQ Contact Cards, SQ Contact Moments and Bedside Handing over Report - have resulted in significant improvements in providing care to patients. This award is among 31 awards given out at the PS21 ExCEL Awards to public officers and agencies who came up with ideas to improve their organisations and service.
KKH was awarded the Most Innovative Use of Infocomm Technology (Public Sector) at the prestigious National Infocomm Awards for the Surgical Counting and Operating Theatre Tracking (SCOTT) System. The SCOTT System piloted by KKH, uses RFID technology. It tracks and locates the movement of surgical swabs and instruments within the OT. This eliminates the risk of retained surgical instruments in a patient's body after surgery and truly enhances patient safety. Read More
KKH clinches the "Outstanding Project in the Patient Safety Category" at the Asian Hospital Management Awards 2012 out of submissions from 89 hospitals across 12 countries. The winning project led to a comprehensive process re-engineering and enhanced compliance with pre-operative verification, site marking and final time-out for all surgical cases. This emphasizes KKH's strong patient safety culture.
We've reached a milestone in Academic Medicine with the launch of the Duke-NUS SingHealth Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM•EI) - a joint institute for all educators in SingHealth and Duke-NUS.Get More Information
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