Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital (KWSH) was established in 1910 by some Cantonese merchants who wished to provide free medical aid and hospital services to the Cantonese immigrants from China. Today, Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital (KWSH) is located on 6 acre compound, comprising of 14 blocks. Employing a staff of 200 employees, the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital (KWSH) has an in patient department, out patient department, day rehabilitiation centre and a centre giving Chinese medicine treatment.
The In-patient services of the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital include a nursing home for the senior people and a community hospital for the patients who need to recover from illness. A dedicated team of doctors, nurses and paramedics are available to run the day to day working of the in patient department.
The Nursing Home is a 350 bed occupancy facility which is dedicated to the care and treatment of the senior citizens who need daily treatment on a long term basis and have no one at home to do so. For patients who need post surgery care and rest after a serious or acute medical condition, the Community Hospital provides the apt treatment for the same. The Community Hospital can house 50 patients. Some of the ancillary services provided by the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital include Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietary services and ambulance services to the citizens of Singapore.
The day rehabilitation services include physiotherapy sessions, medical and nursing services, social activities etc. Patients with stroke attack, movement problems, memory loss and problem of social interaction are looked after and treated.
The center of Traditional Chinese Medicine provides treatment in cases of general consultation, acupuncture treatment, cupping, electromagnetic therapy, and sub health treatment.
The address of the Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital is 705, Serangoon Road, Singapore 328127. And its telephone number is 6299 3747 and the fax number is 6299 2406. The Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital endeavors to provide quality health care to lower income families, sick and needy people in Singapore irrelevant of caste, creed and religion.
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