Going Beyond is a quarterly newsletter that encapsulates the meaningful activities in Ren Ci that sought to make a positive impact in the community. Keep up with the latest in electronic media by subscribing with the online form below!
Leadership transition at Ren Ci Board.
Barely a few days into the start of our nation’s COVID-19 vaccination roll-out in December 2020, Ren Ci started planning with the Agency of Integrated Care (AIC) to offer the vaccine to our care staff.
Ms Bridget Monica Das, Head of Psychosocial Services in Ren Ci Hospital, started her journey to serve the less privileged in the community since graduating from Social Work in 1997.
The first-ever Ren Ci Hospital Online Charity Concert was successfully broadcasted and live streamed on AsiaOne’s Facebook and YouTube, with simultaneous artistes performances from Taiwan and Singapore on Saturday, 19 September 2020.
Two years ago, Nurse Manager Lingaraj Prabha bagged the SingHealth Superstar award for her unwavering
commitment to care for her patients.
The first COVID-19 case in Singapore was confirmed on 23 January 2020 and this time, Singapore is much better prepared for such a situation given our SARS experience back in 2003.
Woodlands Health Campus is the first fully-integrated health facility in Singapore, comprising Acute and Community Hospital, Specialist Outpatient Clinics and an Intermediate & Long-Term Care (ILTC) facility.
Our anniversary celebration concluded with an announcement of a third nursing home within Woodlands Health Campus which will open progressively from 2022. And a resident celebrated her 100th birthday at our home!
Our silver jubilee has begun! Starting with the official opening of our second home in the heartlands of Ang Mo Kio.
We bring you up to speed with the latest Going Beyond in a bundle of hope.
Our latest issue welcomed the arrival of 2019 and concluded the previous year with an appreciation to our community partners and volunteers for their unwavering support to our seniors. And we celebrated some achievements before the year draws to a close.
We shed some lights into the work of our care coordinators through the story of fellow care coordinator, Jayden. And gratitude fill up the rest of the pages!
We have been blessed with many good happenings for the past three months with our Senior Medical Social Worker winning this year’s Healthcare Humanities Award for her dedication and residents spending time with volunteers through well-thought programmes.
Lots of happenings took place within the homes of Ren Ci during the festive season. Our residents welcomed the presence of a guest, much to their surprise. And we pay tribute to all donors for their selfless contribution.
Our cover story brings you a new pilot programme that provides seniors with a conducive environment for recuperation beyond hospital grounds. Get inspired by heartwarming stories from our residents and patients who brave through challenges to live independently.
For 70 year-old Madam Chew Eng Huay, Ren Ci Nursing Home at Moulmein told Going Beyond about her stay.
Art is an “in” thing at our nursing homes. For our residents at Moulmein, opportunities to immerse in art is one of the most exciting activity at home.
Ren Ci bagged another Superstar Award, the highest accolade given out at the Singapore Health Quality Service Award.
Close to 200 regular volunteers and helpers at the Vegetarian Food Fiesta 2016 attended the appreciation ceremony.
A group of 15 avid instagramers from @instaSG, a community group of Singapore Instagramers came together with our seniors to present a exhibition for the community.