Consistently ranked among the world’s best, smart and specialised hospitals, Changi General Hospital is recognised as one of Singapore’s Best Employers, based on an independent survey conducted by
The Straits Times and
Statista. The hospital was ranked 32nd amongst 250 top employers in Singapore across 27 industries, out of 2,000 companies evaluated.
Clinical Assistant Professor Wee Tze Chao
Senior Consultant, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, 13 years with CGH
“The breadth of medical services at CGH has widened over the years along with standards of care. I am proud to be part of this transformative journey to see CGH grow from strength to strength.
There is also a sense of progress in the hospital, with opportunities to work in different areas and efforts to help staff improve through learning and education. The CGH leadership listens to voices on the ground and effect changes to bring about Joy at Work.”
Ms Hillyah Binte Mohd Zulkifli Medical Laboratory Scientist, Clinical Laboratory, 9 years with CGH
“We do not see patients often, but the work that we do is essential to patient management. I am proud to work alongside my dedicated colleagues who are equally motivated to provide the best care we can for our patients, and make a positive experience for them.
I am also thankful for the trust and belief that CGH has in us. I am supported in the pursuit of my interests in Haematology (blood disorders) and education, and am happy to be taking on a bigger role in training our student interns and new colleagues.”
Senior Nurse Manager Margie Wu
Operating Theatre, 23 years with CGH
“As an Operating Theatre (OT) nurse for many years, I have witnessed how the CGH surgical service evolved from traditional open methods to laparoscopic (keyhole surgery) and robotic surgery. As a smart hospital, we continually utilise cutting-edge equipment in the fast-paced and dynamic OT environment, and work together as a multi-disciplinary team to care for patients.
The One CGH camaraderie is unique — colleagues never hesitate to help one another when needed. During the pandemic, OT nurses stepped out of their comfort zones as we were redeployed to various departments to help care for patients.”
Ms Lim Hui Yin
Senior Physiotherapist, 11 years with CGH
“CGH has a strong focus on research, innovation and education, and an open, collaborative and supportive culture which helps us grow and improve as clinicians for better patient care. This facilitates not just multi-disciplinary clinical discussions, but also fosters solidarity across the hospital. There is also an emphasis on staff welfare and growth within the organisation, allowing staff to feel supported in each of their job roles.
Pioneering the use of new technologies, and implementing quality improvement projects and initiatives across departments are some of the ways we bring quality care to patients at CGH. Ultimately, the results show when patients recover and achieve their goals effectively, bringing pride and joy to us as clinicians as well.”
Ms Li Xiu JuanJunior Cook, Food Services, 10 years with CGH
“I feel that I can do my part to contribute back to society through my work at CGH. I am happy to hear from people around me that CGH has been performing above their expectations.
The number of compliments that we are receiving as a hospital is also increasing. We are like a big family and we support and take care of each other.”
Senior Staff Nurse Muhammad Izzulwan Bin Ahmad Salleh
Ward 44 (Acute Stroke Unit and Medical High Dependency), 11 years with CGH
“I like that CGH has a healthy workplace environment, with growth and flexibility. I find that CGH promotes a positive work culture which prioritises the well-being of staff, offering support at all levels and encouraging respect, trust, empathy and support.
My wonderful colleagues and supportive supervisors have been my source of motivation and happiness. One highly memorable experience was meeting my life partner here in CGH! She is a kind and approachable nurse who is always there to render help and assistance to anyone who needs it.”
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