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For Healthcare Professionals



Donna Wilk Cardillo, the author of A Daybook for Beginning Nurses, mentioned in her book, “Nursing care comes in many forms. Sometimes, it is the ability to make someone feel physically comfortable by various means. Other times, it is the ability to improve the body’s ability to achieve or maintain health. But often, it is an uncanny yet well-honed knack to see beyond the obvious and address, in some way, the deeper needs of the human soul.”

Our nurses carry out their roles with passion and warmth, treating patients as people with real needs and not as mere numbers.

The Nursing Division comprises administrative, peri-operative, ambulatory, inpatient, emergency and critical care services. Here are all the different nursing professions in our healthcare institutions:

Nursing Administration

  • Director of Nursing
  • Deputy Directors and Senior/Assistant Directors of Nursing
  • Senior Nurse Managers/Nurse Clinicians
  • Nurse Educators
  • Infection Control Nurses
  • HIV Screening Coordinators
  • Care Coordinators
  • Specialty Care Nurses
  • Advance Practice Nurses/Interns

Peri-operative Services

  • Major Operating Theatre Nurses
  • Day Surgery Operating Centre Nurses
  • Endoscopy Centre Nurses
  • Day Ward Nurses
  • Central Sterile Supply Department Nurses

Emergency & Critical Care Services

  • Emergency Medicine Nurses
  • Intensive Care Unit Nurses
  • High Dependency Unit Nurses

Ambulatory Services

  • Specialist Outpatient Clinic Nurses
  • Radiology Nurses
  • Jurong Medical Centre Nurses
  • Inpatient Unit Nurses (Medical Wards, Multi-disciplinary Ward, Renal Unit, Transition Care Medicine and Rehabilitation Wards, Surgical Wards)