Since our founding in March 16, 2016, Farrer Park Hospital has held steadast to our goal to provide patients with a fresh approach to medical treatment. In the last 7 years, we have also evolved to become an oasis for patients who seek quality healthcare; engaging them as partners in the pursuit of good health. With a care philosophy guided by doctors for patients, Farrer Park Hospital puts the heart back in healthcare.
The significant milestone marks a new beginning for the hospital, as we sail through the storm of the COVID-19 pandemic to usher in a new era of healthcare with the same commitment to quality care.
Farrer Park Hospital's journey began more than a decade ago before our doors was opened to public. As we commemorate our 7th anniversary, we look back at the fond memories and precious bonds formed, and take a walk down memory lane.
Radiating Brilliance and Excellence
Allied health professionals are important members of a hospital that plays a big part in patient's lives. In this article, we speak to our Principal Radiation Therapist, Vincent Tan, to learn more about his early days at the hospital.
Mastering The He(art) of Nursing
Join us as we take a walk down memory lane with Nurse Managers P Kalaivani Selvi and Cheong Mee Foong to find out more about their nursing journey and what the profession means to them.
Engineering Behind the Scenes
Doctors and nurses are not the only staff in a hospital. There are allied health professionals and a group of people who often goes unnoticed - the operational team.
On March 12, 2021, some 25 representatives from FPH planted 50 trees along Sungei Serangoon Park Connector in support of Garden City Fund's Plant-A-Tree programme. This marks the first time a hospital in Singapore is supporting the green initiative.
Held in commemoration of our 5th anniversary, the trees were planted by staff volunteers which include pioneering staff, specialists from Farrer Park Medical Centre and representatives from our Board and management.
Did you know that there are over 700 original 2D and 3D art works in Connexion, where Farrer Park Hospital, Farrer Park Medical Centre and One Farrer Hotel resides?
One of the most prominent pieces in our Farrer Park Hospital premise is a 6m abstract painting titled "Gigantic Oceans" by Cultural Medallion (1989) artist, Mr. Goh Beng Kwan. The commissioned piece was completed in 2014 and is permanently housed in the lobby of our hospital's main entrance.
Mr. Goh revisits the masterpiece after almost 7 years, and shares the inspiration behind the artwork with us.