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Two visitors per patient at any one time

Two visitors per patient at any one time

With effect from 25 January 2020, each patient may receive only two (2) visitors in the wards at any one time as part of our heightened surveillance and to reduce risk of infection. For queries on the Novel Coronavirus, please call the MOH General Hotline at 6325 9220. For latest updates on the situation, please refer to www.moh.gov.sg/2019-ncov-wuhan.

Updates on Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia situation

Updates on Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia situation

Given the evolving situation, please regularly check MOH’s website for most accurate updates at www.moh.gov.sg/2019-ncov-wuhan. For queries, please call the MOH General Hotline at 6325 9220. 

Read the latest issue of e-Catalyst!

Read the latest issue of e-Catalyst!

E-Catalystis a quarterly publication that highlights frontline research issues and provides up-to-date and comprehensive information on NHG and local research for the local research community and beyond. 

National Stroke Awareness Campaign

National Stroke Awareness Campaign

The National Stroke Awareness Campaign “Be Stroke Smart, Be OK” comprises 2 key messages: “Stop Stroke” highlights that 80% of strokes are preventable, by encouraging individuals to take control of their health by managing their risk factors and “Spot Stroke” conveys recognition of stroke symptoms using the F.A.S.T. message (Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty, Time to call 995), and to seek early treatment at the hospital by calling 995 for an ambulance.

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

In this issue, we look at what constitutes burnout and how we can manage – and even prevent – it. Other highlights include features on autism spectrum disorder and what to note when deciding to disclose one’s mental health condition to others. 

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