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JHC LIVE: Where Every Moment Counts

Our CEO, Dr Quek Lit Sin, set the tone for the session by delivering a heartfelt congratulatory message. He enthusiastically applauded the recipients of numerous awards, warmly acknowledging their outstanding achievements. 


The recipients were cross-disciplinary, including doctors, nurses, researchers, and administrators who have made significant contributions to JurongHealth Campus. The awards include:

  • Public Sector Transformation Award - Exemplary SkillsFuture Category

  • SCDF Community Lifesaver Award

  • Nurses’ Merit Award

  • Nightingale Award

  • National Healthcare Innovation and Productivity (HIP) Awards

  • National Day Awards

  • Ministry for Home Affairs National Day Award (Home Team Partner) - Organisation Excellence Award

  • Community Partnership Award (Clementi Division)

  • Community Care Excellence Awards


Dr Quek further expressed his pride and gratitude to all staff for their dedication. He highlighted the newly launched campus-wide campaign, "Every Moment Counts", and announced upcoming activities and initiatives aimed at acknowledging, appreciating and energising staff. These activities involve our collaboration with social enterprises that provide employment opportunities and empower vulnerable individuals with essential skills and financial independence. This effort not only signifies our appreciation for our staff but also extends our support to those in need.


Among the upcoming activities mentioned, there will be refreshing displays on campus, treats giveaways, and rounding the year with an outdoor get-together event titled "Im-peck-able", to be held at Bird Paradise on 18 November for our JurongHealth Campus family. Dr Quek also announced the date for our long-awaited Dinner & Dance event which will be held on 11 October next year.


Dr Quek highlighted the importance of the upcoming OneNUHS Pulse Survey and Wellbeing Survey on 19 September. These surveys serve as a safe channel for staff to provide feedback on what has been done well and areas for improvement. The goal is to build a positive environment and culture that promotes the well-being and fulfillment of all staff.


Lastly, Ms. Lee Hee Hoon, Director of Allied Health and Community Operations, shared the healthcare team's six-year accomplishment in the Bukit Batok community. Since 2018, the team has been enriching the health and lives of residents in Bukit Batok, creating a positive impact to help residents get well and live well. The six-year journey was celebrated with the residents in Bukit Batok on August 26, 2023, at the "Get Well, Live Well" Health Carnival when the commemorative book "Get Well, Live Well - Life in Colours" was launched.


For more information, you can refer to the Intranet Portal for JHC LIVE presentation slides and Questions & Answers on the Staff Feedback Channels page, visit the JurongHealth Campus FaceBook page for information on the "Get Well, Live Well" Health Carnival, and access a digital copy of the "Get Well, Live Well - Life in Colours" book at

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