Jurong Community Hospital

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Jurong Community Hospital is a public hospital in Singapore.

The Jurong Community Hospital (JCH) is a 400-bed community hospital in Singapore’s Jurong East. It’s part of a larger hospital complex that also includes the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (abbreviated to NTFGH). While Jurong Community Hospital began operations on July 22, 2015, it was formally launched on October 10, 2015, alongside NTFGH.


The integrated healthcare complex, which includes both the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and the Jurong Community Hospital, started construction in September 2012 and was expected to be completed by 2015 (initially December 2014 for NTFGH), with a budget of S$700 million. CPG Consultants was the principal developer of the integrated hub after winning the contract for its development.

The Building Construction Authority of Singapore awarded the integrated hub (which includes Jurong Community Hospital) the Green Mark Platinum Award in 2013 for its ecologically efficient design characteristics.


On July 22, 2015, the hospital opened its doors.

On the 10th of October that year, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, as guest-of-honour, formally inaugurated Jurong Community Hospital and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital during JurongHealth’s Health Carnival.

Mobility Park and the LIFE Hub are included.

JCH is Singapore’s first hospital to include a mobility park, which allows patients to gradually re-acclimate to regular life. It has ramps, stairs, rough surfaces, and a safe atmosphere with a simulation of public transportation (including MRT carriages and buses).

Furthermore, the LIFE Hub, which consists of a mock-up of a three-room HDB apartment outfitted with accessibility items, assists patients in reintegrating into their home environment.

JCH (together with the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital) is connected to J-Walk, a second-story pedestrian network in the Jurong Gateway region that links them to the Jurong East MRT station, Jurong East Bus Interchange, and neighboring commercial malls (Jem, Westgate, Big Box, IMM).

Ward Conceptualization

With an unusual fan form, the design of our wards at NTFGH and JCH deviates from the norm. This ground-breaking design includes a window for each patient, greatly improving ventilation and maximizing natural light. These features not only increase the patient’s comfort and speed of recovery, but they also help to prevent infection. In addition, the medical staff will have a more spacious and comfortable working atmosphere thanks to this ward design.

A thriving community is reshaping medicine and changing the way people are treated.

NUHS, as an Academic Health System, will enhance our community’s health by providing better and more cost-effective treatment, fostering the next generation of healthcare professionals, conducting world-class research, and encouraging individuals to take charge of their own health.

In collaboration with patients and the community, to improve health by combining treatment, education, and research.

We work to promote the health of our community by integrating and leveraging our capabilities in clinical care, education, and research to provide high-quality, cost-effective care.

We prioritize patients and collaborate closely with partners such as families, volunteers, and organizations.

NUHS (National University Health System) member

The National University Health System (NUHS) in Singapore is an integrated Academic Health System and Regional Health System that provides value-based, innovative, and long-term healthcare.

Our teams and staff have worked together across the health system to advance our tripartite missions of achieving clinical excellence, developing the next generation of healthcare professionals, and changing the natural history of chronic diseases through research throughout the history of our institutions.

We take use of our status as an academic healthcare system to access the National University of Singapore’s vast resources (NUS). We are able to rely on the academic, scientific, and creative talents of NUS faculties to create solutions for the Singapore population’s current and upcoming health and healthcare requirements.

We work together with community hospitals, general practitioners, family medicine clinics, nursing homes, and other community and social partners to deliver integrated care to the community as part of our responsibilities as the Regional Health System for the West.

Our Multi-Faculty Group

Our multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, pharmacists, care coordinators, and allied health professionals offer comprehensive care to our patients and the surrounding community.

The following are the many healthcare professions found in Jurong Community Hospital:

Family doctors have a specific interest in rehabilitation and community geriatrics, as well as training in these fields.

Visiting experts from hospitals that have been reformed

To satisfy the various requirements of patients, a team of specialized and qualified nursing professionals is assembled.

Occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and speech therapists are examples of therapists.

Social Workers in the Medical Field

Dietitians, podiatrists, and other healthcare professionals

Jurong Community Hospital combines clinical information and expertise with Ng Teng Fong General Hospital in order to provide patients with superior all-around care. We also collaborate with healthcare professionals throughout the healthcare continuum to ensure that patient care goes beyond hospital stays to community integration with outpatient clinical and therapeutic services for post-discharge care.

JurongHealth Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the

JurongHealth Fund was founded in August 2011 with the goal of creating a good influence and making a difference in our community by sponsoring patients, community care, education, quality improvement, and research initiatives. The promotion of all charity medical and health-related services for the benefit of the Singapore community is at the core of JurongHealth Fund’s mission.

JurongHealth Fund is a registered charity and a recognized Institution of Public Character that is governed by a Board of Directors (IPC). It follows the guidelines set out in the Charities Act and Regulations. Donations to JurongHealth Fund are tax-deductible since it is an IPC. Your donation will allow us to take our efforts to the next level.

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