About Campaign

ends 14 Oct 2018, 11:59 PM
No stranger to philanthropy, Dr Tan Lai Yong, who spent 14 years in Yunnan as a barefoot doctor providing healthcare to the local poor and training local doctors, continues to touch lives at home.

Now the Director of Outreach & Community Engagement Resident Fellow at College of Alice & Peter Tan, National University of Singapore, Dr Tan is rich in ideas, strong of heart and boundless in energy. He is taking part in a Triathlon on 23 September 2018 at East Coast Park to help raise funds for St Luke's Hospital.

Join Dr Tan in his first charity Triathlon. As part of his 57th birthday celebration, you may contribute any amount (eg $57, $570 or more). Give love and hope to the patients of St Luke's Hospital today! All contributions, big or small, count. All donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction.

Other modes of donation:
Credit Card (offline): download form from tinyurl.com/slh-tanly, post completed form/ email photo of it to [email protected]

Cheque: download form from tinyurl.com/slh-tanly, post completed form with cheque payable to "St Luke's Hospital", write "18-TANLY" at the back of cheque.

For enquiries, please email [email protected] or 6895 3265.

About the Charity

St Luke's Hospital, named after the patron saint of the medical profession, was the first hospital in Singapore dedicated to the elderly sick.

We have expanded our services beyond the elderly to enrich more lives. An Institution of a Public Character, we care for 2,000 inpatients and 3,000 outpatients each year, regardless of race, language or religion. As illnesses may be long and chronic, we care holistically for patients' physical, emotional and psychosocial well-being.

Impactful and innovative in transforming community care, we were the first recipient of the President's Award for Social Impact (2012), and the first community hospital to receive the National Healthcare Innovation and Productivity Medal (National University Hospital - St Luke's Hospital Integrated Care Path, 2016). We topped the Community Hospital Patient Experience Survey in 2018.

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Mr Sitoh Tuck Cheong, Contact Person