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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!
A cheery smile greeted Community Nurses Su Qingfeng and Lim Yi Jia as Mdm Chaw walked slowly into one of their community clinic sessions at Ang Mo Kio’s COMNET Senior Activity Centre. To start with, they checked her physical condition, blood pressure and blood sugar levels, then taught her the right way to measure her blood pressure on her home machine.
Singapore’s Central Zone has a population that is ageing more rapidly than the rest of the country’s: 17% of the residents in the zone are aged 65 and above, compared to a national average of 12%. This means that many of our residents have complex care needs, from medical and nursing care requirements to social support.
Under CRiSP, primary care partners can manage patients with 30 common chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and ischaemic heart diseases. TTSH officially launched its partnership with primary care partners on 22 September 2018.
Since September 2009, the Project CARE team has been working with nursing home partners to enhance end-of-life care for residents. The team’s 3 doctors, 7 nurses, and medical social worker assess residents based on the severity of their conditions and risk of mortality, and deliver treatment accordingly.