Tag Archives: Hospital

STOP ALLOWING NEW FOREIGNERS INTO S’PORE UNTIL OUR INFRASTRUCTURE STABILIZES

I would like to urge ICA and MOM to stop anymore foreigners work or reside in Singapore for the time being until transport, healthcare and residential infrastructure are in good condition to handle. Hospitals in Singapore already not able to take good care of patient. My colleague whom met with work injury this morning was sent to KTPH around 10am. Hospital totally unable to treat his injury.

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MYANMAR NURSE PUNCHED AND KICKED IMH PATIENT CAUSING 2 FRACTURED RIBS

In February 2015, 25 year-old Aung Phyo Thu had punched, kicked, and elbowed the patient on his back, head, legs and body multiple times, which caused the latter to sustain two fractured ribs. Aung is currently out on bail, which has been set at S$20,000 and has his passport impounded. As part of his bail conditions, he is also not allowed contact with the victim. Do you think the standard of patient care in Singapore has dropped since hospitals hired foreigners?

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S’POREAN NURSE: FOR LITTLE PAY WE WORK LIKE DOG, CLEAN SHIT AND GET SCOLDED EVERYDAY

Nurses do not have superpowers, they are also humans made from flesh and blood. This is a wicked problem everywhere in the world where nobody wanted to be a nurse because they earn very little, clean shit, work like a dog, lack of staff, heavy workload, get lots of scoldings Etc. Therefore, nobody join = more workload on each nurse. The more workload we have, the more it scares the public that nursing is not a good career to choose from.

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S’PORE NURSE: WE ARE SEVERELY OVERWORKED & OFTEN DON’T EVEN HAVE TIME FOR LUNCH

As what people always say, nursing is a rewarding career because nurses care for the ill no matter what race we are.... but what the public don't know is not all hospitals treat their staff well. Especially nursing staff. At least not in my ex dept of XXX hospital. Staff are usually overworked with tons of patients to assist everyday. Often the staff don't go for lunch which is 1 hour of break.

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TODDLER FIGHTS FOR HIS LIFE IN ICU AFTER BEING SCALDED BY HOT OIL

15 month-old Aafaa Zuhayr Muhammad Al-Khair wandered innocently into the kitchen in his home, curious as all toddlers are about their surroundings. What he didn't expect was to topple over a hot frying pan filled with sizzling oil which his mother, 31 year-old Madam Masshitah Abdullah, had placed to cool on the stove.

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NUH SUED FOR NEGLIGENCE OVER DELIVERY WHICH LEFT WOMAN COMATOSE

35 year-old Singaporean businessman Chandru Vishindas is seeking damages from the National University Hospital (NUH) and a senior doctor for alleged negligence. This was after the hospital and the doctor allegedly mishandled his 35 year-old wife's delivery, which has left her in a semi-vegetative state since.

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IS SINGAPORE PREPARED FOR THE INEVITABLE MERS EPIDEMIC?

The hospital said so, Hsien Loong also said so. This is a true sign of being prepared for it. The hospitals are all well prepared and equipped with all the protocols in place. MOH has also started to screen passengers from South Korea. With the rapid spread of MERS there, we know that they have fouled up badly. We cannot do less than them. We have our experience with SARS and know exactly what to do.The govt is well prepared, are the people and commercial organizations well prepared as well?

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GHOST STORY: DON’T LET ME DIE

Nurses deal with death on a daily basis, so it’s hardly surprising that many turn to religion as a source of wisdom and comfort. However, encounters with demonic forces may also influence nurses’ views on the battle between good and evil. In a chilling tale on AllNurses.com, one nurse shares her experience with a dying patient who was more than he seemed.

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