NHGP Waiting Time

It is good that you can know how many patients are waiting before you see a doctor. You can plan your time at the PolyClinic.

You will see a QR Code at the bottom of your attendance slip. Scan using your camera or QR Code reader. It will inform you how many patients are waiting before you.

Use the HealthHub to book your same day appointment before you visit the PolyClinic. 95% of the time, you will see a doctor within one hour.


KTPH Staff Appreciation Day 2

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital staff appreciation day 2 where all come to enjoy the cupcake with icing done by the senior management.

Facility Management is one of the critical backbone support for the hospital to drive their seamless operations. We are at the forefront running a critical facility equipped with CD shelter. There are so many interesting things to learn and innovate everyday. It is critical to gain valuable knowledge as we can be replace any time due to cost cutting measures unlike healthcare workers.


Be responsible for the environment

Everyday you see drivers on the road throwing rubbish out of their car. They are doing the wrong things and setting the wrong examples for their children as they are seems as role model. Let us change our habits and feed the rubbish to where they are suppose to be. We can made Singapore and the world more clean by our small actions everyday.



FM company are employing innovative technology to improve their work flow.

ISS had placed RFID tag in all the toilets at the NHG Woodlands Polyclinic. This must be one of the technology innovation to assist them in their processes.


CDL Sustainability Volunteer Works

I took half day of works away to volunteer with the KTPH Sustainability Committee to do some volunteering works at the Marina Barrage. Manay volunteers from across Singapore play their part to create this art scultpure at Marina Barrage.

We have to end our volunteering works early as it started to rain.


Plastic is part of our lifestyle and we need to manage it responsibly to ensure that it does not impact our environment. But you always find plastic bags and bottles entering our drainage system as there are a group of people that do it for their convenience.

Please do your little part to save the environment and slow down the climate change process. We cannot erdicate it but let us migitate the situation for our future generations.

CDL New Release Jun 5 2018


SCDF NSF drowns in ragging incident; Police arrest 2 regulars

It was a celebration for his ORD that had turn into a mishap. The SCDF regulars had went over the limit and we will know the truth when the investigation had concluded.

Everyone whom had gone through service in Singapore either in Army, Police or SCDF Will knows well on how regulars behave.

Although SCDF had make great efforts to convey the information through different communications protocol that certain activities are not allowed but there are still people whom will not adhere to it.

Source: SCDF NSF drowns in ragging incident; Police arrest 2 regulars

Army Daze

1st Guard NSF Dave

It is sad to hear that another incident had happen resulting in the death of Dave. We nned to wait for investigation to be concluded to determine whether safety and training protocol were not adhered to.

The NSF is only 19 years old and parents would loss confidence in the Army System in the short run. There were news on the internet and forums even before his final moment at the hospital. It turn out it was not fake news but whistle blowing by his platoon mates.

You may leave your views on the incident above in the comment page. We send our deepest condolences to his beraving family. RIP.


Taiwan Bunny Girl at Hot Pot Restaurant

You will find some of these pretty Taiwan ladies serving at the local hot pot or BBQ restaurants. They will make use of the bunny girls to fight off the fierce completion. Guys come in to look at the pretty waitress and enjoy the food at the same time.

The Taiwan Bunny waitress are pretty and this is something you will definitely not get in Singapore. Even the Hooters restaurant at Clark Quay does not have such a high standard of waitress.


Kimberley Germaine Lim Cancer Battle Blog

Read on how this brave girl, Kimberley Germaine Lim battle her Colorectal Cancer. She has documented down her pains and endurance. This bought back my memories on my father battle against Lung Cancer many years back.

It is a financial strain and we will not be able to afford the expensive dosage meant for the well off people only. The government does not subsidized it and MediShield Life will not help due to the cap limit.

Read her blog to find out the real reality of contracting cancer in Singapore.

Hello My Name’s Kimberley and I’ve Cancer


How STRONG is your Password?

You need to have a STRONG Password for your account especially if it does not support 2 factor authentication. There are many websites out there featuring how to create a strong password. The rule of thumb are as follow:

  • Minimum password length of 8 characters
  • Use lower and upper case letters
  • Have numbers within it
  • Use special characters such as #%+*^…
  • Change it every 3 to 6 months

Lastly you can check how strong your password is.



Survey findings on underemployment show S’pore’s ‘graduate poor’ earn less than $2,000 a month

It is a true reality in the Singapore labour market. There may not be sufficient jobs that remunerated well for your services. Employees become a commodity as we battle out to secure the job for a lesser attractive rate. Employers will be the winner until there is a high demand for the revelant skills.

In the near future, some of our children may even need to work overseas just like the Malaysian, Philippines, India and other foreign workers who came here for a job. The world economy is changing and we will have to adapt to these changes.

SINGAPORE — A survey, among the first of its kind, has revealed “worrying statistics of seriously underemployed Singaporean graduates”, in the words of a labour Member of Parliament (MP). The survey conducted by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Ong Teng Cheong Labour L

Source: Survey findings on underemployment show S’pore’s ‘graduate poor’ earn less than $2,000 a month