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A Light that Shines 100 years of service

The St. Andrew's Medical Mission, founded in 1913, is a testimony of faith and vision, as well as a living miracle of God's love and compassion for mankind. Inspired and guided by God, many different hands have steered the course of the Medical Mission.

Today, St. Andrew's Mission Hospital is a non-profit voluntary welfare organisation. Its services have expanded and evolved so as to minister not just to the physical well-being but also to the emotional, social and special needs of the community.

Our vision:
To be a light in a dark place, that ignorance would be replaced by knowledge and understanding; physical distress by comfort and healing.

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In Remembrance of Mr S R Nathan

(3 July 1924 – 22 August 2016)



Former President, the late Mr S R Nathan, began his career in the Singapore Civil Service as a Medical Social Worker in 1955. As President of Singapore from 1999 to 2011, Mr Nathan remained a passionate advocate for social causes, showing much care and compassion for the less privileged in society.

Singapore Anglican Community Services (SACS) and St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital (SAMH) are thankful to Mr Nathan for supporting our work. 

Mr Nathan officially opened Simei Care Centre, SACS Psychiatric Service, on 9 April 2005 and launched the SACS on 12 December 2006. At the official opening of SCC, Mr Nathan encouraged more people to come forward and show their care and concern for people with mental health issues. 

On 29 March 2011, Mr Nathan officially opened St. Andrew’s Autism Centre’s (SAAC’s) purpose-built facility at 1 Elliot Road. SAAC, a service of SAMH, is an integrated centre for the education, training and care of children, youths and adults with autism, and their families. In his speech, Mr Nathan stressed the need to care for people with special needs and to reach out to those who are less fortunate. “Even as Singapore progresses, we have to be always mindful to leave no one behind,” he said. Indeed, students, clients and staff at SAAC who were privileged to spend time with him were blessed by his encouragement.

SACS and SAMH’s services were also beneficiaries of the President’s Challenge, an annual fundraising campaign initiated by Mr Nathan to help vulnerable communities ranging from children to the elderly.

SACS and SAMH mourn the loss of Mr S R Nathan, a People’s President. Rest in peace, Mr Nathan. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with Mrs Nathan and her family. 

We will always remember your compassion, Mr Nathan.