Health Screening for Migrant Workers – Tampines Dormitory

HealthServe, in collaboration with Ngee Ann School of Health Services, will be offering free health screenings to migrant workers at Tampines Dormitory. Details below: Date: Sunday, 1 November 2015 Time: 2:30 – 5:30 pm Location: Tampines Dormitory 2 Tampines Pl, Singapore 528821 0

President’s Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards 2015

HealthServe was honoured to be among the six winners of the 2015 President’s Volunteerism and Philanthropy Awards. The prestigious awards ceremony was held at the Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel on the 14th of October. It was a night filled with an empowered spirit of volunteerism. His Excellency, President Tony Tan Keng Yam, graced the event […]

HealthServe Opens Clinic in Mandai

HealthServe officially opened its third community clinic in Mandai Estate on 8th August 2015, it is estimated that 50,000 migrant workers stay in various dormitories there. The clinic is located in Westlite Mandai Dormitory where about 7,000 workers stay. The opening coincided with Singapore’s Jubilee Weekend 7-10 August 2015. 70 guests attended the opening ceremony […]

We moved!

The HealthServe’s administrative and case work staff team have relocated to a newly renovated office at #01-01A in the same block, Block 4, in HighPoint Social Enterprise. The move was to make space for the Dental Clinic and an additional consultation room to accommodate more patients. We also added a new space for physiotherapy, and […]

Dental Clinic Opening in September 2015

There is a growing demand among migrant workers for dental care, the lack of affordable oral hygiene care has prompted us to start a subsidised outfit providing these services. This new clinic will be helmed by a group of volunteer dentists and dental assistants. HealthServe’s first dental clinic will be located within our Geylang Community […]

Healthcare Humanity Awards 2015

We are pleased to announce that at the annual Healthcare Humanity Awards on 27th April 2015, which seeks to recognise healthcare workers for “exemplifying courage, extraordinary dedication, selflessness, steadfastness in ethics along with compassion and humanity”, HealthServe’s very own Dr Goh Wei Leong and Dr Tan Lai Yong were both recognised with Distinguished Honourable Mentions […]

Risky Business: Death & Injury on Singapore’s Construction Sites

Construction sites are the deadliest workplaces in Singapore, with a fatality rate three times higher than the national average. Yet policy debates about worksite safety have largely been lacking a critical voice: that of construction workers. Alarmed by the growing death toll of construction workers, HealthServe decided to explore the issue of what makes construction […]

JAHOC: How did it all begin?

What would a celebratory fundraising event that embodies the spirit of HealthServe look like? Just A Handful Of Coins (JAHOC) was conceived to celebrate kindness, people and a community of equals; that in so doing, the members of this community will give, out of what they have. The modus operandi of JAHOC was to get […]