CGH set up the Changi Aviation Medicine Centre (CAMC), Singapore’s first aviation medicine centre within a government restructured hospital, offering customised care for pilots, cabin crew and air traffic control staff.
CGH joins the SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC family as part of the nation’s reorganisation of the public healthcare system into three integrated clusters, to better meet Singaporeans’ future healthcare needs.
CGH’s new Medical Centre is opened, enhancing specialist care by providing care to patients with complex medical conditions in a more integrated way.
CGH launches the Health Peers Programme in partnership with community stakeholders and government agencies.
CGH and the Singapore National Eye Centre launched the SNEC Eye Clinic @ CGH to deliver more specialised eye care services, particularly for age-related eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, corneal diseases, and retina-related conditions like diabetic retinopathy.
The Integrated Building (IB), jointly run by CGH and St. Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH) is opened, providing a new model of care to optimise rehabilitation for patients.
CGH launches GPFirst to encourage residents in the east to visit their General Practitioners first for mild to moderate conditions.
Health Minister Gan Kim Yong officially opens the NCCS Oncology Clinic @ CGH, the first satellite clinic by the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS). The clinic provides oncologic consultations and outpatient chemotherapy for CGH patients with breast and gastrointestinal cancers.
CGH opens the Centre for Innovation, a platform for healthcare technology translation and the Changi Simulation Institute, an integrated simulation training centre that enables healthcare professionals to train safely and efficiently through realistic training scenarios across a wide range of clinical situations.
CGH becomes a founding member of the Eastern Health Alliance, a regional health system to provide seamless, quality care for eastern Singapore. The first Eastern Health Alliance Scientific Meeting was also held where two programmes, Transitional Care and Grace Corner, were launched.
CGH acquires the Singapore Sports Medicine Centre on 1 November 2010 as it envisioned the growth of sports medicine in Singapore and wanted to continue to play a leading role to develop this discipline.
CGH launches myhealth.sg, Singapore’s first online weight management programme to empower individuals to manage their health and fitness needs online anytime, anywhere.
CGH launches the Community Health Ambassador Programme for Seniors (CHAMPS) with the Ministry of Community Youth and Sports to empower active elderly volunteers with basic healthcare skills.
CGH opens a new Geriatric Centre that houses both the Specialist Clinics and the Geriatric Day Hospital, offering the convenience of a one-stop service for elderly patients.
The Singapore Sport & Exercise Medicine Centre @ Changi General Hospital (CGH), the largest multidisciplinary sports centre in Singapore, is established. Equipped with the latest technologies and a gym, the centre caters to recreational and competitive athletes from a wide range of sports.
CGH opens a one-stop Diabetes Centre with related services housed under one roof for greater patient privacy and greater convenience.
CGH launches its online pharmacy, www.mypharmacy.com.sg to provide 24/7 access for the purchase of homecare and retail medical supplies.
CGH launches new clinical services in Sports Medicine, Dermatology, Psychological Medicine, Rheumatology and Neurosurgery.
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