Nee Soon’s Cancer Support Movement and Cancer Resource Centres

Nee Soon GRC launched “Never Alone”, Singapore’s first constituency-based cancer support and awareness movement on 27 Jan. In this movement, residents who have survived cancer will befriend and encourage neighbours going through the same journey. This is believed to be the first cancer support and awareness movement in Singapore launched by a GRC ’s community and grassroots, with support from partners. The movement includes 55 “Health Kakis” who are cancer survivors and residents of our GRC.....

A HealthPolis in Nee Soon South

The new Goodlife!@Yishun centre has officially opened. It is run by Montfort Care and supported by the Nee Soon South community. Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam, Adviser to Nee Soon GRC GROs graced the opening ceremony with host Adviser, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah. Goodlife!@Yishun will be the first centre in Singapore to offer multi-sensory care to seniors and their caregivers, including hand massages and aromatherapy to ease their stress. The centre will also offer respite for caregivers and support a network of volunteers who encourage active ageing.....

New Yishun Polyclinic complements Nee Soon GRC’s healthcare eco-system

The redeveloped Yishun Polyclinic in Yishun Avenue 9 was officially launched last Saturday by Nee Soon GRC’s Member of Parliament, Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam. Other guests include Senior Minister of State for Law and Health Edwin Tong, as well as Nee Soon MP A/P Faishal Ibrahim, who is also Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Social and Family Development & Ministry of Education, with fellow MP Louis Ng. With a floor space of 8,700 sq m,....

New 3D Mural in Nee Soon South

Nee Soon South now has its very own 3D mural art! The mural commemorates Lee Teck Public School, a kampung school that once stood in Chye Kay village in the Sembawang area. Many residents were resettled from the village into Yishun in 1977. There is a bicycle mounted in front of the mural, so you can take photos that look like you’re part of the mural. Ex-principal of Lee Teck Mdm Ho Chin Geok graced the occasion,....