About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2023, 11:59 PM
Hope reigns in uncertain times. St. Andrew's Mission Hospital (SAMH) and Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS) have been relentless in serving the community.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, we have served our nation's needs. We pressed on in the wake of the Delta and Omicron variants. We took on new areas of care and broadened our services.

St. Andrew's Community Hospital (SACH) partnered Changi General Hospital (CGH) to provide inpatient COVID-19 care. Two SACH sub-acute care wards at The Integrated Building a CGH-SACH facility, were converted to provide care for COVID-19 patients.

In 2021, SACH started operating the St. Andrew's Migrant Worker Medical Centre, providing medical, dental, mental health counselling, rehabilitative and COVID-19 swab services for migrant workers.

St. Andrew's Mission School (SAMS) received its first cohort of Primary One students in 2022. SAMS is Singapore's newest special needs school for children on the autism spectrum who are able to access the national curriculum.

We need your support to deepen our quality of care, expand our reach to the needy and empower the vulnerable. By 2024, we will have 37 service centres.

Love is the greatest gift in life (1 Corinthians 13:13) - this has been the foundation of our work. We will hold fast to our mission to help people in need. Be a part of our mission to care with your gift of love.

About the Charity

Out of passion to care for the physical, emotional and social well-being of the community, the St. Andrew's Medical Mission was founded in 1913 by Dr. Charlotte Ferguson-Davie, the wife of the first Anglican Bishop of Singapore who was also a medical doctor herself. Seeing the plight of the local women and children of that time and the lack of medical services for them, Dr. Ferguson-Davie set up a dispensary along Bencoolen Street for the destitute women and children. The Medical Mission continued to meet the locals' needs and thus led to the opening of more dispensaries and eventually, St. Andrew's Mission Hospital in 1923 and St. Andrew's Orthopaedic Hospital in 1939.

Working closely with the Government, SAMH constantly developed its services to meet the relevant needs of our local community at all times. Today, SAMH has under its operation: St. Andrew's Autism Centre, St. Andrew's Community Hospital, St. Andrew's Nursing Home, St. Andrew's Senior Care, St. Andrew's Migrant Worker Medical Centre, St. Andrew's Mission School and St. Andrew's Mission Hospital Clinic.


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Christine Pang, Contact Person