St. Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH), established in 1992, is a community hospital providing sub-acute rehabilitative care and intermediate medical care. SACH is a service by the St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital, a non-profit voluntary welfare organization set up in 1913. It is located next to Changi General Hospital (CGH), an acute care general hospital located in the eastern part of Singapore. The close proximity allows for close collaboration and integrated care of patients between the two institutions.
In November 2011, SACH became a member of the Eastern Health Alliance - a regional health collaboration group for eastern Singapore. Besides SACH, the other members includes Changi General Hospital, SingHealth Polyclinics and The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home. The Alliance aims to align members' expertise and resources to achieve seamless treatment for patients, providing the best outcomes.
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Changi General Hospital (CGH)