Overseeing the hospice’s day-to-day operations, our management staff strives for the highest standards of care that our patients deserve.
|Chief Executive Officer||Mr Timothy Liu|
|Medical Director||Dr Mervyn Koh|
|Senior Consultant||Dr Allyn Hum|
|Senior Consultant||Dr Joseph Ong|
|Head of Home Care||Dr Yee Choon Meng|
|Director of Nursing||Ms Chin Soh Mun|
|Head, Social Work & Psychosocial Services||Ms Martha Ng|
|Manager, Communications & Outreach||Ms Jenny Goo|
|Manager, Training Department||Ms Tan Li Kuan|
|Manager, Finance, Admin & Patient Services||Ms Karen Tan|
|Manager, Fundraising||Mr Alex Ho|
|Manager, Human Resource||Ms Teresa Tang|
|Manager, Information Technology||Mr Kwok Wing Kit|
|Manager, Volunteer Programme||Ms Tok Shou Wee|
|Manager, Operations and Facilities||Mr Kenneth Chan|
|Assistant Manager, Patient Services||Ms Joyce Lee|
At the heart of our palliative care is our multidisciplinary team comprising doctors and nurses specialising in palliative care, medical social workers, art therapist, music therapist, physiotherapists and occupational therapists in providing holistic quality palliative care. The team jointly assess, discuss and plan for the care of the patients including working with caregivers in ensuring continuum of care.
Our nursing team provides round-the-clock care with input from our doctors to ensure symptoms relief. We work with patients and their loved ones on their care plan as we strive to achieve their needs.
Our medical social workers assume the role of care managers, working with patients and their family members, in providing social, emotional, spiritual and psycho-social support.
Using creative art forms as communicative channels, our music and art therapists help our patients and their families to express their emotions and share their experiences.
Our physiotherapists work with our patients in maintaining or improving their physical and functional status to enhance their quality of life.
Our occupational therapists support our patients in engaging them in meaningful everyday activities to being about a sense of purpose and normalcy for them.