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Last week, students from NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore Dentistry and Nursing, came over to SGH and distributed more than 200 bags of goodies containing biscuits and oranges to our patients.
Project OWL (Project Oranges With Love) is a student-led initiative, reaching out to less fortunate patients.
I would like to express my gratitude to Dr. Robert Yap, Associate Consultant
On 18 January 2018, I had the metal plate removed with minimal pain surgery. Shortly after, I went back in to get a new dressing for my wound. What I saw amazed me – my wound was prettily sewn up and there were no black stitches crossing. It was my happiest day, I recalled.
While resting at home, the anesthetis
I can't thank Dr. Robert Yap and the Day Surgery team enough. They did such a magical job. From start to finish, I was treated by Dr. Yap and his team with the highest order of profession
Please pass my sincere thanks to all those I have mentioned.
The care and attention he received at SGH was nothing short of outstandin
When I arrived back in Singapore the next day everything
We were given a number of options for recovery and never once felt pressured into surgery which I would imagine would have been the case in a private hospital. We opted not to have surgery and choose the natural road to recovery which would take a lot longer but we felt was the better option for him.
In the end, my husband stayed for almost 4 weeks in the ward and absolutely
We couldn't fault any part of our stay (I was able to stay over for a number of nights as well).
Huge thank you to all the staff on ward 76, a particular
Thank you so much for taking such great care of David and hopefully he'll make a full recovery soon :)
I got to know this only today. I’ve always requested my mum for me to accompany her but she just do not want to trouble us. It really pain me to see her being treated like that. I am sure I wouldn’t let this happened if I am with her. �
I strongly hope SGH to watch the way the nurses handle the patients. If you’re a trainee, please don’t poke the needle further if it is unsuccessf
I am feeling totally unhappy about this. �
SGH is highly understaff
Our Senior Nurse Manager Jarojah is 66 year-old and has worked in nursing for the past 46 years. Rest and retirement? Not for this lady.
Our warmest congratulations to Christine and Daryl on their new arrival! Welcome to the world baby Ethan, SGH first baby born in the year of the dog! Mummy and Daddy can’t wait to take you home 🎊
More than our 50 senior management and colleagues fanned across all the wards to join in the tradition of giving out oranges to our patients on the eve of Lunar New Year. Our Nursing colleagues also raised funds to put together food hampers for more than 250 needy patients. Our patients were delighted by the gesture!
Here’s wishing all our patients, staff and friends a wonderful Lunar New Year!
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Strict laws aside, a sizeable number of Singaporeans still don’t belt up. According to an SGH-led study, women (26% of women studied versus 14% of men studied) were more likely not to use a seatbelt. For rear-seat vehicle passengers, 56% of rear-seat passengers also did not use a seatbelt.
Exercising in type 1 diabetes involves a fine balance between carbs, insulin and activity.
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Transplant patients can be prescribed up to 18 or an average of nine medications a day, taken at various times of the day, and in different ways. What can be done to make such a complex regime easier for patients?
The bus stop along Eu Tong Sen Street in front of National Heart Centre Singapore is closed and bus services have been redirected to the newly expanded bus stop in front of the existing New Bridge Road Bus Terminal. There are directional signages to direct the public on the alternative route to the Campus.
The bus terminal will be relocated to Spooner Road off Kampong Bahru Road in the 1st quarter of 2018. #SGHCampusMasterplan
Swimming may be a low-impact sport, but it can also lead to injuries. Apart from learning proper technique, it’s important not to overexert and to warm up first.