Fun and laughter aside, the event also recognised staff who went the extra mile for patients. Special tribute was paid to Dr Tan See Leng, GCEO and Managing Director, who is retiring in December after 15 years of service.
The jungle theme celebrates the colourful and diverse people that make up Parkway Pantai. In keeping with tradition, the evening kicked off with an energetic opening dance by senior management.
Following that, Phua Tien Beng, Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Operations Division, presented plaques to individuals and teams who were featured in the Project Thousand Miles campaign videos. Aimed at inspiring a culture of service excellence, the initiative was launched in January to an ambitious target goal of 1,000 ‘walk the extra mile’ stories from Singapore Operations staff in 2019. The team exceeded expectations by clocking 1,101 miles (stories) by the night of the event. Kudos to all contributors.
This year’s Dinner & Dance also featured a surprise dedication segment for Dr Tan. The outgoing IHH and Parkway Pantai chief was serenaded with a song and dance performance. He also received a pair of specially commissioned calligraphic work created with his Chinese name and a memento book penned by staff across Singapore Operations. To mark his appreciation, Dr Tan also sang his very own rendition of Abba’s ‘Thank you for the music’ to thank the staff for their support over the years.
More excitement followed with the Best Dressed contest and luck draws, where a host of attractive prizes were given out. Many party animals continued to dance the night away, to the beat of the concrete jungle.
For the second year running, IHH colleagues across the globe came together in their respective markets to celebrate and rejoice in the IHH Service Week which ran from 11 to 15 April 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the cause of considerable stress and burnout, especially so for our healthcare colleagues. While stress cannot be avoided, we can certainly learn to manage it. In this aspect, Group Nursing has taken the lead.
Presenting quality projects to nursing peers around the world is just a start. The organisers of the inaugural IHH Singapore Nursing Quality Convention has bold ambitions to make a name at global forums
Skillathons, international speakers, and tons of learning - the second IHH Nursing Symposium was a huge success with our global nursing workforce, with about 3,000 of them tuning in to the virtual event on 7 and 8 October.
Listen, Empathise, Act and Delight – the IHH approach to service excellence is embraced throughout our entire network for the first time, as colleagues around the world rejoiced and partook in the inaugural IHH Service Week between 23 and 27 August.
Nurses Day in Singapore is celebrated yearly on 1 August. Amid the pandemic, IHH Singapore marked the occasion with heartfelt messages to our nurses, virtual celebrations and awards to recognise our outstanding superheroes.
From a humble three-storey building staffed by 70 employees, to the sprawling 19-storey multi-building complex run by 1,100 staff today, Gleneagles Hospital Penang certainly has much to sing about on its 48th birthday on 3 July.
To help raise funds for breast cancer patients, ParkwayHealth China fielded a team of 50 runners to participate in the ‘More Than Aware’ Annual Family Fun Run, a well-known charity run among the expatriate community in Shanghai.