21 Feb '12, 8am

Singapore will increase subsidies for improving facilities in the healthcare sector..check out for more information

Singapore will increase subsidies for improving facilities in the healthcare sector..check out for more information

The Ministry of Health (MOH) said that there will be higher subsidies for the healthcare sector. There are many centers and providers that are included in this sector. Some of them are nursing homes and home-based care providers, elder care centers etc. Talking about the community hospitals, they will now be free to use the charity dollars with the decision of increase in the subsidies. But how the community hospitals like Ang Mo Kio-Thye Hua Kwan Hospital, Bright Vision Hospital, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital, Ren Ci Hospital, St Andrew’s Community Hospital and St Luke’s Hospital are planning to spend the money? Well they will spend money on the improvement of the services, facilities, offering better salaries to the staf to attract more people to join etc. The CEO of Ren Ci Hospital, Loh Shu Ching, told that when there will be more resources, then the more programmes and servi...

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