History of Palliative Care Organisations and Services
St Luke’s Hospital was admitted as the 17th member of Singapore Hospice Council.
SHC’s book, “The Singapore Hospice & Palliative Care Story – The Movement That Refused to Die”, was launched at APHC 2017.
Singapore hosted the 12th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference 2017 with the theme, “Greater than the Sum of Its Parts”. 1,699 delegates from 27 different countries participated.
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital was admitted as the 16th member of Singapore Hospice Council.
iCare (Integreated Care for Advanced REspiratory disorders) Programme is a collaboration between TTSH and Ren Ci Community Hospital for advanced lung disease patients.
Yishun Community Hospital partnered with Khoo Teck Puat Hospital to provide subacute palliative care services.
St Andrew’s Community Hospital was admitted as the 15th member of Singapore Hospice Council.
St Andrew’s Community Hospital opened the first subacute palliative care ward in a community hospital.
Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital started accepting palliative care patients to its wards.
Programme DIGNITY is a collaboration between DPH and TTSH to provide palliative home care for patients with advanced dementia.