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Singapore: Hospital of the Future\' Farrer Park Hospital opens in Singapore


Singapore\'s newest private healthcare service provider Farrer Park Hospital has opened its doors on Wednesday (March 16) to serve patients in Singapore and from abroad.\r\nHealth Minister Gan Kim Yong officiated the opening ceremony and welcomed the latest addition which will provide patients with more choices of medical care. The 220-bedded medical facility is part of a fully integrated hospital-hotel complex named Connexion that is built directly above the Farrer Park MRT station.
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Singapore: Give Way to This Ambulance or Your Vehicle Will Shake


For three years, Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) paramedic Yeo Ren Jie visited ambulance trade shows around the world to find out how these vehicles were designed by other emergency services.\r\nThe 27-year-old staff sergeant (SSG) - who visited them while on holiday in the United States, Germany and Australia - took the best ideas and put them into SCDF\'s next-generation ambulance, which was unveiled yesterday at the SCDF work- plan seminar at ITE College East.
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Singapore: PM Lee commends SCDF officers who came to Heng Swee Keatís aid


Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong yesterday sent a letter of appreciation to Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) Commissioner Eric Yap to thank the paramedics who responded when Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat collapsed during a Cabinet meeting last Thursday.\r\n\"They were competent and confident, a credit to the SCDF, the life saving force,\" Mr Lee said on his Facebook page, where he shared the letter.
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Singapore: Man Jailed for Hurling Vulgarities at SCDF Paramedic


Singapore: As an SCDF paramedic was trying to help his semi-conscious brother, a 32-year-old man hurled vulgarities at the officer and punched him.\r\nFor using abusive words on a public servant, Muhammad Faizal Jabar was fined $1,500 on Thursday (August 11). Two other charges of using criminal force and hurting public servants were taken into consideration by District Judge Kessler Soh.
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Singapore: More Trained in CPR here, Ahead of Anti-Terror Drive


More people are arming themselves with life-saving skills, even before the launch of a national drive to prepare the public to deal with terrorist threats and emergencies.\r\nAbout 84,000 people were trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) last year, nearly thrice as many as the 32,000 in 2008, according to the National Resuscitation Council Singapore.
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