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Community Health Services


The Community Psychogeriatric Programme (CPGP) is dedicated to improving the mental health of older persons living in the community.


Health screening in Eastern Singapore is conducted by Changi General Hospital under the Eastern Community Health Outreach (ECHO) Programme.

Neighbours for Active Living

The Neighbours for Active Living (Neighbours) programme was set up in 2013 to ensure that patients with complex health and social care needs receive continued care in the community after their discharge from hospital.

Community Nursing

Community nursing services in the Eastern region of Singapore are provided by nurses from Changi General Hospital

Eastern Community Health Centre

The Eastern Community Health Centre (Eastern CHC) (Tampines) supports and complements health services provided by General Practitioners (GPs) in the management of medical care in the community.

Tampines Family Medicine Clinic

Tampines Family Medicine Clinic (Tampines FMC) is a partnership between Changi General Hospital and a private GP partner.


CareLine is a 24/7 personal care telephone service by Changi General Hospital (CGH). It provides health and social support to seniors who may be living alone or are frail, and helps these seniors to keep safe at home.


The GPFirst programme encourages people with mild to moderate medical conditions to visit their General Practitioners (GPs) first, rather than going directly to the emergency department.

Health Screening

Health screening involves the use of tests and examinations to detect disease early in people who look or feel well.