Related: Lasik clinics – Paragon

SINGAPORE: Some 100 people – mostly Singaporeans – have gone for a new laser-based treatment for presbyopia (or “lao hua yan”), since it was launched here six months ago.

Presbyopia is a common eye condition that affects people above 40.

57-year-old Hedy Lim, who had been suffering from presbyopia, never got used to wearing reading glasses, even though she had been doing so for the past 15 years.

“My hobbies are actually cooking and also flower arrangement…And especially the cooking recipes right, so it will slow down your process if you need to put on your glasses. Sometimes you cannot find your glasses, that’s where I find that it hinders my life,” she said.

Six months ago, she found a solution to ditch her reading glasses, by going for a laser-based treatment for her presbyopia.

The procedure, called IntraCor, is currently only offered in Europe and Asia, as it is not FDA-approved for the US.

It joins a series of treatments for presbyopia already available here. Other options include lens implants, which involves inserting a tiny polymer material inside the cornea.

For patients like Hedy, the draw of IntraCor is that it is minimally invasive.

Dr Lee Hung Ming, a Medical Director and Ophthalmologist with Parkway Eye Centre and Gleneagles Hospital, said: “IntraCor is a new option to treat presbyopia. It is a femtosecond (one quadrillionth of a second) technology that delivers multiple quick and precise laser to the centre part of the cornea, without cutting any cornea epithelium. This will change the surface and the curvature of the cornea so that the presbyopia is corrected.”

IntraCor is also different from another laser-based treatment, LASIK.

“Unlike LASIK, IntraCor is mainly used to treat presbyopia, whereas LASIK is used to treat myopia. LASIK involves the cutting of the cornea flap – then we lift up the flap, we do the laser to flatten the cornea. Whereas IntraCor does not involve cutting of the flap, nor any external wound.”

“The entire procedure takes only five minutes, and the laser itself takes only 20 seconds to complete. Therefore, the recovery is very fast. Many of my patients could even go jogging, exercise or swimming on the following day.”

Even though IntraCor is minimally invasive, there are still some side effects.

“Some patients would experience seeing haloes and glare at night. Fortunately, most of these symptoms would disappear six months after the surgery. Some patients would complain that the far vision may be a bit affected because IntraCor may induce about 50 to 75 degrees of myopia. But in general, most patients could tolerate this difference,” said Dr Lee.

Dr Lee added that not everyone is suitable to undergo IntraCor. This includes patients with cataract, glaucoma, or overly thin cornea. Those who have undergone LASIK before are also not eligible.

Dr Lee also said the procedure is relatively new. As such there is no data to prove it can permanently correct presbyopia, especially since presbyopia is an ongoing condition.

-CNA/ac

Source: channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1108816/1/.html

Baby & Child Medical Group Pte Ltd
Blk 828 Tampines St 81 #01-238 Singapore 520828 Tel: 67831955

Junior Baby & Child Clinic
Blk 57 Marine Terrace #01-133 Singapore 440057 Tel: 64441123

Katong Baby And Child Clinic
207 East Coast Rd Singapore 428906 Tel: 63441436

Kidslink Children’s Clinic
Blk 136 Bedok North Ave 3 #01-154 Singapore 460136 Tel: 62433243

Raffles Children’s Centre
300 Tampines Avenue 5 #01-05 Tampines Junction Singapore 529653 Tel: 67882288

Tay Baby & Child Clinic
Blk 510 Bedok North St 3 #01-47 Singapore 460510 Tel: 64497672

KIDSLINK CHILDREN’S CLINIC
Blk 353, Jurong East Street 31 #01-111 S600353
(Opposite Chinese Garden MRT)
Tel: 6567 5600

Anne’s Baby And Child Clinic
Blk 214 Jurong East St 21 #01-433 Singapore 600214 General Enquiries: 65667216

Alpha Baby And Child Specialists 
1 Jurong West Central 2 #06-13 Jurong Point Shopping Centre Singapore 648886 General Enquiries: 67958660

Anthony’s Baby & Child Clinic. Blk 327, Hougang Avenue 5 Tel 62883279

Dr Vanessa Tan @ Kidslink Seng Kang – Tel: 63884466. It’s at Blk 237 Compassvale Walk

Dr Lilian Lim  / Dr Allyson Tan, Kids Clinic  Rivermall Mall

Kidslink Children’s Clinic 168 Punggol Field #04-08 Punggol Plaza Singapore 820168 Tel: 68861488

Ooi Baby And Child Clinic Pte Ltd Blk 417 Yishun Ave 11 #01-327 Singapore 760417 Tel: 67565070

 

When price is not an issue, ‘hospitel’ is the choice

“Mr. Chairman, welcome to your S$13,000 [US$10,257] per night suite,” I joked to an Indonesian colleague, as a hospital PR officer showed off “The Chairman’s Suite” to a group of journalists here on a Monday afternoon. This is very likely the most expensive hospital room in Singapore.

The executive of the Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital (MENH) proudly demonstrated to us the sophistication and opulence of the penthouse, including a private lift and extra rooms for family, guard, secretary or maid of the VVIP patient. The tariff of the “hospitel” (hospital hotel) of course was just for room and other basic services. Medical costs are extra.

The Mount Elizabeth Hospital (affectionately called Mount E), located at the famous Orchard Road area, is very popular among the upper-class Indonesians. It is almost a must for wealthy and powerful people, like former president Megawati Soekarnoputri, to list their names in the health center medical database.

The country’s most expensive hospital is so prestigious that many Indonesians want to make sure that everyone knows where they were treated before their death. When you read condolence notices in national newspapers, the hospital is often cited by the following text, “… passed away at Mount Elizabeth, Singapore”.

The MENH belongs to the same group as the Gleneagles Hospital.

Proper or not, ridiculous or not, do not be surprised when one day you read such a public announcement: “….passed away at the Chairman’s Suite, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital”.

Journalists were invited to stay one night at the new S$2 billion hospital. All rooms are single-bedded except the super-expensive penthouse. My room, was only about S$600 per night. There are a few other hospitals around the Novena area, often dubbed the Novena medical hub.

The objective of the one-patient-per-room strategy is to attract “wealthy domestic patients and premium medical travelers”.

Before going to bed, the hospital Chief Executive Officer Dr. Lee Hong Huei had dinner with us. The chef is famous here and the menu is for upper-class people. And patients can order their favorite dishes, all are guaranteed hygienic.

A young nurse explained to me the facilities of the single bedroom, including a bell with three buttons for three different purposes including suffering from pain or you simply want to go to toilet, and to summon nurse’s assistance.

“Do not hesitate to call me if you need me,” the attentive nurse said before bowing her head and closing the unlocked door.

“May I use this button tonight?” I joked to the nurse, pointing to the toilet button alarm. She did not hear, or pretended not to understand, my question.

We were also given the list of doctors who were on call all night for their guests.

The guests had to ‘pretend’ that we were sick, because the hospital was still in the final stages of preparation for full operation, expected later this month. It was practically empty of patients so, hospitalized in one of the most sophisticated and expensive hospitals in Singapore, we were expected to use our imaginations to inflict illness upon ourselves.

The toilet is also super-modern! When you sit down on the bowl, your buttocks are gently warmed, thanks to an electric seat-warming device. The water in the spray is also warm. Be sure to heed the warning of the danger of electrocution if responding to a “call of the nature” while wet.

While there is probably little doubt about the quality of doctors, their equipment and services, competition in medical tourism is getting fierce from neighboring countries like Malaysia and Thailand. Patients from North Sumatra and Aceh will prefer to go to Penang in Malaysia for instance, because the costs are less and the destinations closer.

Dr. Lee was quoted by local media here as saying that, “in terms of patient distribution, we expect about 50 percent of our patients to come from overseas, which is close to what we currently experience in other facilities. The other 50 percent will be probably be locals and residents of Singapore.”

The continual rising of the Singapore dollar against rupiah however, may become a problem. In terms of rupiah, medical costs here are soaring, but doctors believe they can overcome this in a typically Singaporean way.

Dr. Ho Choon Kiat, a specialist in general surgery, acknowledges hospitals can do nothing about the currency issue. What they can do is to continue to increase the quality of the doctor and services to patients.

So if price is not an issue (at all), when you are sick this hospitel is a good choice if you have to travel abroad.

For most Indonesians, the S$13,000 tariff is probably beyond their wildest imaginings, but several Indonesian conglomerates have shown a strong interest in the hospital facilities. The royal families of Malaysia and Brunei are also lucrative sources of guests and the number of visitors from China is also on the rise.

As long as price is not a concern and health recovery is a priority, this tiny island will remain the main attraction for Indonesian patients. Singapore’s medical tourism attracts many Indonesians, and according to media reports Indonesians are on the top list of the visitors.

And as long as the quality and the readiness of Indonesian doctors to serve their patients does not change significantly and our healthcare system remains messy, foreign hospitals will always be attractive for Indonesians.

 

source: thejakartapost.com/news/2012/07/11/when-price-not-issue-hospitel-choice.html

Gynecologist

Dental Surgeon: Dr Ansgar Cheng

Cosmetic Dentistry
Dental Implants
Veneers,Dentures, Bridges,
Dental Treatment of Medically Compromised Patients
Maxillofacial Prosthodontics
Dental Oncology

3 Mount Elizabeth #08-08
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
Singapore 228510

(+65) 6734 9393

Gynecologist

Gynecologist: Dr Adelina Wong

Treatment areas:

  • Obstetrics / Pregnancy
  • 3D Ultrasound fetal scan
  • IVF Fertility treatment

339 Thomson Road,
#06-04, Thomson Medical Centre
Singapore 307677

 

Gynecologist

Gynecologist: Dr Ann Tan

Treatment areas:

  • Obstetrics / Pregnancy
  • Ultrasound scan
  • Fertility Treatment / IVF
  • Amniocentesis
  • Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
  • Fetal blood cells in maternal blood
  • Maternal serum screening

290 Orchard Road #20-01 Paragon
Singapore 238859
Tel: (65) 6887 1103


Gynecologist

ENT Specialist: Dr Adrian Saurajen

Treatment areas:

  • Tonsillectomy/Palate surgery (uvulopalatopharyngoplasty)
  • Palatal advancement surgery
  • Tongue base advancement
  • Repose suture for tongue base
  • Epiglottic stiffening surgery
  • Upper and Lower Jaw Advancement

12-13, Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
3 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228510

(65) 6887 0800

www.entsnoring.com

Gynecologist

Gynecologist: Dr Jeanette Chen

Treatment areas:

  • Adolescent menstrual problems
  • Pre-pregnancy check-up and counselling
  • Antenatal care, delivery and post-natal care
  • OSCAR and Down syndrome screening
  • Family planning and contraception

#05-02A Thomson Medical Centre
339 Thomson Road
Singapore 307677

Tel. 62555 963
www.jchenwomenclinic.com.sg

Gynecologist

Urologist: Dr James Tan

Treatment  areas:
• Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotrips
• Greenlight PVP Laser
• Inguinal Hernia Repair
• Kidney Transplant
• Percutaneous Nephrolithotripsy
• Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

Mount Elizabeth Medical #17-14,
3 Mount Elizabeth
Singapore 228510

(65) 6735 0369

DR LISA CHIN – SINGAPORE > GLENEAGLES MEDICAL

Gynecologist
Gynaecologist: Dr Lisa Chin

Clinic:
Chin YK Clinic for Women
#07-09
Gleneagles Medical Centre
Singapore 258499

Contact Numbers:
Tel: (+65) 64742281

Room Charges Daily Ward Charges for Hospitals in Singapore CLASS OF WARD/CHARGES PER DAY

PUBLIC HOSPITALS

. A1SingleRoom 

A2
2 Bedded
Room

B1 –
4 Bedded
Room

B2+
5 Bedded
Room

B2 –
6 Bedded
Room

C –
Open
Ward

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Alexandra Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$275

$176

$

52

$

27

Permanent Resident

$275

$207

$

90

$

63

Foreign Resident

$275

$207

$187

$171

Non-Resident

$275

$207 $187

$171

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Changi General Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$300 $185 $ 58 $

30

Permanent Resident

$300

$207

$

93

$

60

Others

$300

$239

$203

$178

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KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$345

$198

$130

$

60

$

31

Permanent Resident

$345

$250

$179

$109

$ 80

Foreign Resident

$345

$276

Non-Resident

$379

$304

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Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$300

$190

$

60

$

35

Permanent Resident

$300

$230

$

95

$

65

Foreign Resident

$300

$235

$200

$170

Non-Resident

$300

$235

$200

$170

National University Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$428

$257

From $205.44

From $71

From $41

Permanent Resident

$428

$257

$231

$112

$ 82

Foreign Resident

$428

$257

$257

$257

$257

Non-Resident

$428

$257

$257

Singapore General Hospital

Singapore Citizen

From $344.54

From $202.23

From $128

From $

64

From $32

Permanent Resident

From $344.54

$228

From $174

From $114

From $76

Foreign Resident

From $344.54

$270

$258

$240

$223

Non-Resident

$380

$270

Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Singapore Citizen

$312

$235

$187

From $

60

$

33

Permanent Resident

$312

$235

$205

From $103

$

71

Foreign Resident

$312

$235

$230

From $214

$201

Non-Resident

$312

$235

$230

PRIVATE

Single
Bedded
Room

2
Bedded
Room

4
Bedded
Room

5
Bedded
Room

6
Bedded
Room

Open Ward

HOSPITALS

A1

A2

B1

B2+

B2

C

Gleneagles Hospital

$528

$288

$218

Mount Alvernia Hospital

$440

$250

$185

$125

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

$578

$295

$238

Parkway East Hospital

$435

$230

$198

Raffles Hospital

$518

$288

$218

$168

Thomson Medical Centre

$480

$258

$195

 

Caregivers are often forgotten and neglected.  Their loved ones who are sick receive all the sympathy and attention.  But those who care for them are often expected to sacrifice their own lives and be “on call” 24 hours a day with no one to help them deal with their own exhaustion and frustrations.

I found a few organisations that offer help to caregivers.  If you are in need, please contact them and see how they can help you.

Or if you prefer, leave a message here and we can get someone to get in touch with you.

www.awwacaregiving.org.sg

www.sgfamilycaregivers.com

www.caregivers.org.sg

On this list we are trying to list all the organisations that are involved in caring for the elderly and aged sick.  That includes health care, respite care, nursing homes, shelters, day activity centres and rehabilitation centres.  If you find something that is not listed here, please let us know.

Community Hospitals

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Homes for the Elderly

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Activity Centres for Seniors / Elderly

Asian Women’s Welfare Association (AWWA) Senior Acitivity Centre
Blk 123 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 #01-4011 Singapore 560123 http://www.awwa.org.sg/
Bedok Radiance Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 12 Bedok South Ave 2 #01-610 Singapore 460012   http://bedoksac.sg/
Care Corner Seniors Activity Centre (Toa Payoh)
Blk 5 Lor 7 Toa Payoh #01-131 Singapore 310005   http://www.carecorner.org.sg/services_elderly.html
Chong Hua Tong Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 47 Owen Rd #01-251 Singapore 210047
Henderson Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 117 Bukit Merah View #01-205 Singapore 151117    http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/home.html
King George’s Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 811 French Road #01-112 Singapore 200811
Kreta Ayer Seniors Activity Centre (Banda)
Blk 5 Banda Street #03-68 Singapore 050005   http://kasac.org.sg/
Kreta Ayer Seniors Activity Centre (Chin Swee)
Blk 51/52 Chin Swee Road #04-83 Singaopore 160051   http://kasac.org.sg/
Kreta Ayer Seniors Activity Centre (Jalan Kukoh)
Blk 8 Jalan Kukoh #04-35 Singapore 162008   http://kasac.org.sg/
Indus-Moral Care
Blk 79 Indus Road #01-451 Singapore 161079   http://www.thkms.org.sg/
Moral Seniors Activity Centre (Kaki Bukit)
Blk 544 Bedok North Steet 3 #01-1340 Singapore 460544   http://www.thkms.org.sg/contacts.html
THK Seniors Activity Centre @ MacPherson
Blk 90 Pipit Road #01-103 Singapore 370090   http://www.thkms.org.sg/senioractivity.html
Redhill Moral Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 89/90 Redhill Close #01-448 Singapore 150089   http://www.chkmps.org.sg/redhillmsac.html
THK Seniors Activity Centre @ Toa Payoh
Blk 31 Toa Payoh Lor 5 #01-663 Singapore 310031   http://www.thkms.org.sg/senioractivity.html
Presbyterian Community Services Sarah Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 105/106 Jln Bt Merah #02-1912 Singapore 160105   http://www.pcs.org.sg/sac.html
Toa Payoh East Silver Centre
Blk 15 Toa Payoh Lorong 7 #01-579 Singapore 310015
Thong Kheng Seniors Activity Centre (Tanglin-Cairnhill)
Blk 123 Bukit Merah View #01-282 Singapore 151123   http://www.thongkheng.org.sg/sac.php
Thong Kheng Seniors Activity Centre, Queenstown
Blk 3 Jalan Bukit Merah #01-5070 Singapore 150003   http://www.thongkheng.org.sg/sac.php
TOUCH Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 61/62 Geylang Bahru #01-3293 Singapore 330061   http://www.tcs.org.sg/service/st_elderly/02.php?item=4
CARElderly Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 35 Circuit Road #01-432 Singapore 370035   http://www.carecom.org.sg/programmes.html
Community Care Network Seniors Activity Centre@ Teck Ghee 420
Blk 420 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-1143 Singapore 560420
Fei Yue Seniors Activity Centre (Teck Whye)
Blk 9 Teck Whye Lane #01-268 Singapore 680009   http://www.fycs.org/index.cfm?GPID=36
COMNET@Sin Ming Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 26 Sin Ming Industrial Estate Sector A #01-158 Singapore 570026
Goodlife!
Blk 15 Marine Terrace #01-18 Singapore 440015
Care Corner Seniors Activity Centre (TP170)
Blk 170 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-1102 Singapore 310170   http://www.carecorner.org.sg/services_elderly.html
Wesley Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 25 Jalan Berseh #01-142 Singapore 200025   http://www.wesleymc.org/!main/content/view/576/198/
Care Corner Senior Activity Centre (TP62B)
Blk 62B Lorong 4 Toa Payoh #02-121 Singapore 312062   http://www.carecorner.org.sg/services_elderly.html
Fei Yue Seniors Activity Centre (Holland Close)
Blk 1 Holland Close #02-115 Singapore 271001   http://www.fycs.org/index.cfm?GPID=36
Lions Befrienders (Ang Mo Kio 318) Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 318 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 #01-1453 Singapore 560318   http://www.lionsbefrienders.org.sg/
Lions Befrienders (Bendemeer) Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 32 Bendemeer Road #01-799 Singapore 330032 http://www.lionsbefrienders.org.sg/
Lions Befrienders (Mei Ling) Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 150 Mei Ling Street #01-53 Singapore 141150 http://www.lionsbefrienders.org.sg/
PEACE-Connect Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 8 North Bridge Road #01-4102 Singapore 190008   http://www.pcnl.org/index.html
Sunlove Seniors Activity Centre (Marsiling)
Blk 3 Marsiling Road #01-5137 Singapore 730003
Sunlove Seniors Activity Centre – Chai Chee
Blk 31 Chai Chee Avenue #01-150 Singapore 461031   http://www.sunlovehome.org.sg/ChaiChee.php
Tembusu Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 31A Eunos Crescent #06-01 Singapore 401031   http://www.4s.org.sg/contactus.html
Thye Hua Kwan Seniors Activity Centre @ Boon Lay
Blk 209 Boon Lay Place #01-239 Singapore 640209   http://www.thkmc.org.sg/thk-seniors-activity-centre-boon-lay/
Thye Hua Kwan Seniors Activity Centre (Bukit Merah View)
Blk 118 Bukit Merah View #02-101 Singapore 150118 http://www.thkmc.org.sg/thk-seniors-activity-centre-bukit-merah-view/
Thye Hua Kwan Seniors Activity Centre (Telok Blangah Crescent)
Blk 3 Telok Blangah Crescent #01-504 Singapore 090003/ Blk 4 Telok Blangah Crescent #01-460 Singapore 090004   http://www.thkmc.org.sg/thk-seniors-activity-centre-telok-blangah-crescent/
Kembangan-Chai Chee Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 22 Chai Chee Road #01-508 Singapore 461022
Harmony Activity Centre
Blk 98 Aljunied Crescent #01-411 Singapore 380098   http://www.geha.org.sg/english/index_services.html#blk98
Silver ACE @ Redhill
Blk 71 Redhill Road #01-29 Singapore 150071   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Senior-Activity-Centres.html
Silver ACE @ Telok Blangah
Blk 41 Telok Blangah Rise #01-373 Singapore 090041   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Senior-Activity-Centres.html
Care Corner Seniors Activity Centre (TP149)
Blk 149 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-963 Singapore 310149   http://www.carecorner.org.sg/services_elderly.html
Lions Befrienders (Ghim Moh) Seniors Activity Centre
Blk 18 Ghim Moh Road #01-115 Singapore 270018   http://www.lionsbefrienders.org.sg/

 

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Day Care for Seniors / Elderly

Bo Tien Day Activity Centre for the Elderly
Blk 125 Pending Road #01-16 Singapore 670125   http://www.botien.org.sg/daycare.htm
Care Corner Social Day Care Centre for the Elderly
Blk 235 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh #01-100 Singapore 310235   http://www.carecorner.org.sg/services_elderly.html
St Luke’s Eldercare – Golden Years Centre
Blk 831 Hougang Central #01-502 Singapore 530831   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
Hong Kah North Day Care Centre for the Elderly
Blk 337 Bukit Batok St 34 #01-06 Singapore 650337   http://www.sasco.org.sg/HKNDCC_AdmissionCriteria.php
St Luke’s Eldercare – Jurong East Centre
Blk 327 Jurong East St 31 #01-174 Singapore 600327   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
Marine Parade – Foo Hai Elderly Lodge
Blk 4 Marine Terrace #01-318 Singapore 440004   http://www.foohai.org/page4i.htm
May Wong Social Day Care Centre for the Elderly
Blk 117 Bukit Merah View #01-205 Singapore 151117
Silver Circle (Marsiling)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 172 Woodlands St 13 #01-303 Singapore 730172   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
PCF Tampines East 3-in-1 Family Centre (Aged Care)
Blk 209 Tampines St 21 #01-1325 Singapore 520209   http://www.pcf.org.sg/viewcentrelocation.aspx?wfc=AGEDCARELOCATION
St Luke’s Eldercare – Hougang Centre
Blk 126 Hougang Ave 1 #01-1506 Singapore 530126   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
St Luke’s Eldercare – Tampines Centre
Blk 101 Tampines St 11 #01-13 Singapore 521101   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
St Luke’s Eldercare – Yishun Centre
Blk 740 Yishun Ave 5 #01-490 Singapore 760740   http://slec.org.sg/?age_id=23#map_top
St Luke’s Eldercare – Clementi Centre
Blk 602 Clementi West St 1 #01-25 Singapore 120602   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
St Luke’s Eldercare – Whampoa Centre
Blk 97 Whampoa Drive #01-222 Singapore 320097   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
Silver Circle (Taman Jurong)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 349 Corporation Drive #01-502 Singapore 610349   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
Silver Circle (Jurong Central)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 402 Jurong West St 42 #01-525 Singapore 640402   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
St Luke’s Eldercare – Bukit Timah Centre
Blk 310 Clementi Ave 4 #01-263 Singapore 120310   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
Silver Circle (Pasir Ris)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 112 Pasir Ris St 11 #01-657 Singapore 510112   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
Silver Circle (Punggol South)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 571 Hougang St 51 #01-119 Singapore 530571   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
Silver Circle (Dakota Crescent)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 62 #01-315 Dakota Crescent Singapore 390062   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
St Luke’s Eldercare – Serangoon Centre
Blk 217 Serangoon Ave 4 Singapore 550217   http://slec.org.sg/?page_id=23#map_top
Silver Circle (Fengshan)
NTUC ElderCare Co-operative Ltd Blk 90 Bedok North Street 4 #01-1527 Singapore 460090   http://www.ntuceldercare.org.sg/eldercare/live/Contact-Us/Contact-Us/Daycare-Silver-Circle-.html
St Luke’s Eldercare – Ayer Rajah Centre
150A Pandan Gardens Singapore 609342   http://slec.org.sg/?age_id=23#map_top