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The Allied Health Integrative Network (AHINet) is a dedicated platform to pursue integrated care for patients and people living in the community.
Click here to keep up to find out more about events, workshops and clinical attachments organised by AHINet.
For more information on the Allied Health Integrative Network:
Please email us at AHINet@ttsh.com.sgor visit our Facebook page.
Through this network, we seek to invite and form partnerships with care providers to further enhance physical, mental as well as emotional health.By working together, we aim to play a pivotal role in providing seamless, accessible and more affordable care.
The key to realising this is a collaboration and empowerment journey with partners so that collectively we can synergise our capabilities to enhance the care of each individual.
The Allied Health Services and Pharmacy comprise the following professional groups:
For more information on the Allied Health Integrative Network, please email us at AHINet@ttsh.com.sg or like us on AHINet's Facebook.
Through the formation of partnerships, we leverage on each other's strengths to build bridges between healthcare and community care.
Partnerships with care providers
Exchange of information and skills
The Allied Health Integrative Network (AHINet) have designed a wide range of programmes to cater to the needs of Allied Health Professionals, and Nurses in acute and community settings.
These programmes aim to equip healthcare professionals with knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of caring for patients in an ever-changing healthcare environment. The training will be conducted through lectures, discussions and activities.