St. Andrew's Community Hospital

About Us

St. Andrew's Community Hospital (SACH) is a dedicated non-profit hospital that seeks to meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of our patients by providing competent medical care that is compassionate, personal and focused.

Established in 1992, SACH is the first community hospital in Singapore set up to provide rehabilitative and sub-acute care for patients after the acute phase of treatment at a general hospital. In April 2005, SACH moved to a purpose-built 11-storey, 200-bed hospital building in Simei and became the first community hospital to be located next to an acute-care restructured hospital – Changi General Hospital (CGH). This close proximity with CGH helps to facilitate better coordinated and integrated care for SACH patients, and the sharing of services.

As a continuation to the St. Andrew's Medical Mission’s legacy of caring for sick children, SACH introduced inpatient care services for paediatric patients who require non-acute medical or rehabilitative care in 2007. SACH is the first and only community hospital in Singapore accepting children in-need from 6 to 16 years old.

In addition to our inpatient services, SACH also provides outpatient services through its Day Rehabilitation Centres, outpatient clinics, home care services, community therapy services and a mobile clinic providing free primary care for communities-in-need. It also operates St. Andrew's Senior Care, the newest community service of St. Andrew's Mission Hospital which began operations in February 2015.

On 18 November 2011, SACH joined CGH, SingHealth Polyclinics and The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home as founding members of the Eastern Health Alliance (EH Alliance). As a member of the EH Alliance, SACH, which operates fully independently, pledges to work closely together with partners to deliver seamless, high quality and patient-centric care services for the better health of people in eastern Singapore. 

Click here to be linked to SACH's Official Website.