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Central Health brings together health and social care partners across Central Singapore to support residents’ care needs closer to home.

Read about how the teams across Central Health's seven subzones are building Healthier, Happier Communities!

  • Our COVID-19 Fight in the Community

    Our support to nursing home partners during COVID-19.

  • United in Care

    Bringing staff together to give back to the community, even as regular service come to a halt.

  • Coping in the Season

    Supporting staff through a multi-platform psychosocial programme.

  • Lifting Staff Morale Amid COVID-19

    Caring for staff in the midst of the pandemic and circuit breaker measures.

  • Our COVID-19 Fight in the Community

    Our support to nursing home partners during COVID-19.

  • "Dementia, So What!"

    TPY Kopi Session Caregiver's Support Group, a support group that brings caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia together.

  • A Caregiver’s Story: My Unconditional Love for Mum

    Ms Janet Koh shares her journey for her mother.

  • Project CARE

    The Project CARE team has been working with nursing home partners to enhance end-of-life care for residents.

  • Partnerships in the Community: Right-Siting Patients to Primary Care Partners

    Under CRiSP, primary care partners can manage patients with 30 common chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and ischaemic heart diseases.

  • Community Health Teams: Journeying with Patients from Hospital to Home

    TTSH’s multidisciplinary Community Health Teams comprise nurses, allied health professionals like occupational therapists and physiotherapists, pharmacists, medical social workers, and doctors.

  • Community Health Teams: Building Health, One Client at a Time

    Once a week, nurses from TTSH’s Community Health Teams conduct these sessions for residents within Central Singapore, with the aim of helping residents manage their chronic conditions better.





















2020/07/01
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