Our paramount concern is the welfare and well being of our fellow human beings.
We sympathise with those struck by illness and suffering and will do our best to help alleviate their conditions.
We nurture success by promoting collaboration, participation and trust between individuals and other healthcare organisations, within an environment of sharing and mutual respect.
We treat everyone with honesty, decency and fairness.
We are committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct.
We contribute positively to the well being and welfare of the community.
We are committed to being the best in what we do, and achieving the best possible outcomes for our patients.
The logo is derived from the initials ‘tts’ of our hospital’s name, keeping our uniqueness as the only hospital named after a person – Mr Tan Tock Seng, our founder.
In line with our tradition of caring as well as our new direction as the health promoting hospital, the two ‘t’s represent two persons – the caregiver and care receiver. The linked ‘arms’ in the ‘t’s, and the two ‘heads’ depict a new era of partnership in health care, a sharing of responsibility between health care professionals and the patient community. The ‘s’ symbolises the doctor’s stethoscope and other aids used to provide the necessary care.
Brush strokes and the original burgundy colour are maintained in the body as the softer lines convey a sense of continued balance of our traditional caring spirit in the modern technological era.