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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month - The Running Men 2022


To celebrate Prostate Cancer Awareness month, the Running Men returned in November 2022 to show their support for men’s health as they each took up the challenge to run 30km! To support our Urology doctors, the public was encouraged to donate towards public education, patient care and research on prostate diseases.


Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Pedal for Pink 2022

Every October is the international breast cancer awareness month at SingHealth and Sengkang General Hospital. In 2022, SKH Department of General Surgery had organized a spin event for our breast surgeons, oncologists, breast nurses, SKH breast cancer patients and survivors. The aim of the initiative was to raise awareness and funds for Public Education, Patient Care and Research on Breast Cancer.


Sengkang General Hospital Staff Giving - Giving Heroes 2022

Sengkang General Hospital staff were encouraged to spread kindness and become Giving Heroes. They gamely participated in the Staff Giving Divisional Challenge which aimed to foster a competitive yet friendly spirit of giving as teams competed for the Champion titles. Together, we had raised more than $50,000 in support of our needy patients.

Painting by Mr Ong Kim Seng benefiting patients in need

Acclaimed watercolourist Mr Ong Kim Seng has produced a collection of paintings to capture the memories and history of the Singapore General Hospital campus before it undergoes extensive re-development over the next few years. In fact, some of these iconic buildings in Mr Ong's paintings had already been demolished, but the images were reconstructed with the help of careful research, photographic archives and oral history.

We are pleased to share that the following painting is available for sale to interested buyers. Proceeds of the painting will benefit SKH's patients in need.

Please contact us at to arrange a private viewing and discussion.



The fluidity and unpredictability of watercolours reflect the landscape of SGH Campus, which has seen many changes since the Singapore General Hospital first moved from various places to its present site, known then as the Sepoy Lines, in 1882. SGH - with its distinctive Clock Tower - really came into being in 1926 with the opening of the Bowyer, Norris and Stanley Blocks. The march towards the SGH Campus that is known today occurred in the 80s and 90s, when an eight block complex housing clinics and wards were added, and specialist services became full-fledged national centres. The Campus is seeing yet another change, this time in a more massive expansion that will take the country's largest healthcare group into the 2030s and beyond.