NSC wins at NHG Awards Ceremony
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 NSC wins at NHG Awards Ceremony

 NSC wins at NHG Awards Ceremony

  11 May 2018

​​​​​NSC wins at NHG Awards Ceremony

NHG Outstanding Citizenship Award – Dr Tey Hong Liang

Dr Tey Hong Liang started the first Itch Clinic outside Europe in 2011. He also began a clinical service for patients with disorders of deficient sweating in 2014, which is the first of such specialised service worldwide. The clinic is equipped with sweat-mapping diagnostic facility and non-invasive skin imaging technology. The NHG Awards are given to celebrate our fellow colleagues and teams whose works have collectively raised the standards of healthcare to the lives of our patients and the community that we serve.

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[Dr Tey Hong Liang receiving the NHG Outstanding Citizenship Award from NHG Group Chief Executive, Prof Philip Choo.]
[Photo credit: National Healthcare Group]
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NHG Education Leaders Award
The NHG Education Leaders Award is awarded to NHG staff with leadership roles amongst multiple avenues related to education, who demonstrate emotional competence, building trust and leading people from different professions and backgrounds for educational excellence. Associate Professor Chua Sze Hon, Deputy Director and Education Director in NSC, was given the award for his most unwavering commitment in overseeing the overall development of educational activities of the Centre. He is actively involved in running the Dermatology Residency Programme as Programme Director and acts as the lead for the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKC Medicine) Undergraduate Programme.

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[NSC Deputy Director, Associate Professor Chua Sze Hon (right) receiving the NHG Education Leaders Award from Associate Professor Nicholas Chew, Group Chief Education & Designated Institutional Official, National Healthcare Group (NHG)]
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NHG HMDP Award – Ahmad Shufi

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[NSC Deputy Director, Associate Professor Chua Sze Hon and Senior Staff Nurse Ahmad Shufi (3rd and 4th from left) were among the award recipients in the NHG Awards]
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Mr Ahmad Shufi Bin Jasmani was awarded the Health Manpower Development Plan (HMDP) Skills Attachment. The objective of HMDP is to develop healthcare professionals to take on more advanced and specialised jobs to meet the strategic manpower needs of NHG. He will be attached to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic (United Kingdom), to further his operational knowledge of nurse-led Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) clinics.

Last updated on 08 Oct 2018