Dr Ho Kaiwei  

Dr Ho Kaiwei
Chairperson, SPAA Judging Panel
Deputy Secretary (Services)
Ministry of Health

Dr Ho Kaiwei started out his career as a medical doctor with SingHealth in 2005. After completing his specialist training in Public Health, he was posted to the Ministry of Manpower and Ministry of Finance. He joined Ministry of Health (MOH)​ as Deputy Secretary (Development) from August 2023.​

Associate Professor Gan Wee Hoe  

Associate Professor Gan Wee Hoe
Chief Executive Officer
SingHealth Community Hospital

A/Prof Gan is Chief Executive Officer of SingHealth Community Hospitals (SCH), which comprises Bright Vision Community Hospital, Outram Community Hospital and Sengkang Community Hospital. He concurrently serves as Deputy Group Chief Medical Informatics Officer (Acute Care), SingHealth. Dually accredited in Occupational Medicine and Aviation Medicine, he holds the clinical appointment of Senior Consultant at the Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Singapore General Hospital. A/Prof Gan is Adjunct Associate Professor at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore and Clinical Associate Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School.

A/Prof Gan is the Vice Chair of the Service Committee for Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centre (AMKFSC). He is a Member of the Workplace Safety and Health Council, Ministry of Manpower and also serves on the Medical Services Committee of HealthServe. Within SingHealth, he is a Member of the SCH Health Fund Committee under the SingHealth Fund, a Company Limited by Guarantee and an Institution of Public Character set up to operate charity funds for the SingHealth cluster.

Mr Sng Hock Lin  

Mr Sng Hock Lin
Silver Generation Office
Agency for Integrated Care (AIC)

Mr Sng Hock Lin is the Chief of Silver Generation Office (SGO), the outreach arm of the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) in Singapore. A firm believer in lifelong learning, Hock Lin has accumulated a rich expanse of knowledge in various fields, having graduated from a Master’s in Transport System Management (NUS) and Training and Development at Griffith University.

A leading advocate for active living and successful ageing, Hock Lin also took his Master’s in Gerontology and was awarded with the Alice Lim Memorial Fund Gold Award by the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). He is now pursuing his PhD in the same field.

Dr Tan Kok Leong  

Adjunct Assistant Professor Tan Kok Leong
Division of Integrative a​nd Community Care

Head of Department of Continuing and Community Care
Tan Tock Seng Hospital​

Dr Tan’s interests are in the areas of post-discharge care and working alongside with community partners in the (w)holistic management of the patients in the community.

As the Clinical Lead for the Transitional & Community Care work-stream for Community Health, he assists in planning and implementation works to achieve the physical, mental, and social well-being of the residents in the Central Zone.

He is also involved in the Post-Graduate trainings and teachings in Family Medicine.​​​​

Ms Samantha Ong  

Ms Samantha Ong
Operations and Support Services
Institute of Mental Health

Singapore Nurses Association

Ms Samantha Ong holds an Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Buffalo, USA and a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nursing) from the University of Sydney. She is currently the Director of Operations and Support Services under the Institute of Mental Health (IMH). 

Under her portfolio, she is accountable for advancing SMART hospital strategic initiatives at IMH, with three focus areas: Digitalisation and Data Management; Innovation and Productivity; Sustainability and Green. She also oversees the Patient Relations Office, Medical Record Office, Volunteer Management Office, and Support Services.

Samantha relinquished her position as Chief Nurse (CN) at IMH on 30th June 2022. During her tenure as CN, she led various nursing care transformation initiatives. Moreover, she has co-authored clinical practice guidelines, conducted research, and contributed chapters on psychiatric nursing in mental health literature.​