Singapore General Hospital has put up signs (left) in all its wards to remind visitors against religious proselytising after a volunteer was recently caught evangelising to a patient and told to leave. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE THE Singapore General Hospital (SGH) has put up signs in all its wards to remind visitors against proselytising after a volunteer was found recently to be evangelising to a patient and was told to leave. The signs - believed to be the first in hospital wards here - read: 'At SGH, we respect the religious and ethnic beliefs of Singaporeans. No staff, patient, visitor or volunteer is allowed to impose their religious beliefs on another.' Read the full report in Thursday's edition of The Straits Times.