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From the Newsroom
FH LiveFuller COVID-19 Symptom Checker
Fullerton Health Launches a Free COVID-19 Symptom Checker and Chat Function for Singapore, with Plans to Roll Out Across Asia Pacific
In its efforts to combat COVID-19 across Asia Pacific, Fullerton Health announced today that it has launched its COVID-19 symptom checker and chat function on its LiveFuller mobile application platform (“LiveFuller”) in Singapore.
Fullerton Healthcare Redeems US$175 Million 7.0% Senior Perpetual Capital Securities, Underscoring Resilience Amidst COVID-19 Uncertainty
Singapore, 6 April 2020 – Fullerton Healthcare Corporation Limited (“Fullerton Health”), the leading integrated healthcare platform in Asia Pacific, announces that it has fully redeemed its US$175 million senior perpetual capital securities today, underscoring its financial resilience and commitment to stakeholders amidst economic uncertainty arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jakarta, Indonesia, 11 March 2020 - Fullerton Health Indonesia (FHI) joined President Joko Widodo in the Ministry of Health’s launch event “Gerakan Bersama Menuju Eliminasi TBC 2030” (Elimination of Tuberculosis 2030) in Indonesia on 29 January 2020. The event was held in West Java, where FHI staff screened factory workers across 12 factories in West Java.
We strongly believe in doing well and doing good, by giving back to the communities in which we were nurtured in and where we now operate.
The Fullerton Health Foundation was incorporated in 2015 with the mission to improve the lives of the underprivileged by making healthcare and education in Asia Pacific more affordable and accessible.
Project Big Heart was started in Jan 2015 to provide free consultations and medication to over 200 elderly and underprivileged Singaporeans. The health checks were originally targeted at chronic disease identification and treatment, such as hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol.