Our Response to COVID-19

In times of adversity, our actions define us and what we are can do for the betterment of the community in Singapore.

Fullerton Health is involved in 8 national projects, deploying more than 200 staff, to help manage migrant workers’ health during the COVID-19 pandemic. These include managing onsite medical stations at big purpose-built dormitories, operating medical outposts at community care facilities, managing a 24/7 hospital A&E holding area, and helming swabbing and serology test mass screening exercises. Our agility and expertise in infectious disease management, knowledge in public health management and digital capabilities, have allowed swift deployment with good outcomes.

Our COVID-19 Response Efforts in Singapore at A Glance (as at August 2020):

8

Projects Nation-wide

200

Medical and Admin Staff Deployed

>4.1K

Swabs Test

19

Clients on Work From Home/Return To Workplace Programme

20

Dormitories & Sites Managed

>8K

Ambulance Trips

>500

Teleconsultations

>10K

Consultations

>82K

Migrant Workers Cared For

~500

LiveFuller COVID-19 Symptom Checker Forms

>22k

Serology Test

31

Webinars Conducted

Across Asia Pacific, Fullerton Health remains committed to supporting the communities where we operate in, ensuring our services remain accessible and keeping our employees safe.

Read more at our Group corporate website