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NKF PLANS 7 NEW KIDNEY DIALYSIS CENTRES BY 2020, BUT IS IT ENOUGH?

But are these really enough? Are the centres being built fast enough to meet the rising needs? Reports previously indicated that existing dialysis centres are running at almost full capacity. Last month, it was reported that Singapore's three charity dialysis organisations had space for only 100 new dialysis patients, which would last until June or July. Can the government assure Singaporeans that the kidney dialysis needs will be met, and no one will be left behind?

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NKF CEO EDMUND KWOK SACKED OVER “PERSONAL INDISCRETION” – NOTHING TO DO WITH FINANCES

In a media statement, the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) announced on Wednesday (Nov 16) that it has sacked CEO Edmund Kwok. "The board of NKF would like to assure all stakeholders, including patients, donors, supporters and employees, that Mr Kwok's personal indiscretion has nothing to do with the stewardship of our finances. Our operations are not affected by this matter and our services to patients and beneficiaries continue as per normal."

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