Corporate Social Responsibility
At Singapore Paincare Center, we believe in giving back to the community. We have been giving free consultations and treatments to needy patients since 2010. Each year, 3-5 needy patients are means-tested and identified by an independent party to receive free treatment. Within Singapore Paincare Center, we hope to build upon what we have achieved so far, and are constantly looking for worthwhile causes to participate in.
Voluteering at the Geylang East Home for the Aged
In 2017, SPCC volunteered at the Geylang East Home for the Aged. Every 20th October is World Osteoporosis Day. Riding on to this meaningful campaign in promoting bone health awareness, SPCC has the privilege to share and interact with the residents at Geylang East Home For The Aged on 4th October 2017. Apart from providing the residents with free bone density checks and basic health screening, Dr Bernard Lee also conducted pain assessments to many residents and impart pain care knowledge to the team of wonderful caregivers at GEHA.
Voluteering at the All Saints Home Jurong East
In 2016, SPCC volunteered at All Saints Home Jurong East. To many, December is the month of thanksgiving, reminding us of how our elders has contributed in our nation building and their sacrificial love in raising the next generations. All Saints Home is a nursing home with dementia care ward. A safe and comfortable home for the vulnerable and frail. This day on the 7th December 2016, SPCC team sang our way into the home. Lifting the residents up with Christmas Carols and fills the air with their most requested food items. Well turkey was one of them, satay was still their favourite.
Volunteering at Lions Home for the Elderly
In 2013, SPCC volunteered at Lions Home for the Elderly. Detailed planning and extra efforts were put in to making it a fun time for the elderly. Singapore Paincare Center also donated packets of snacks and drinks to the residents. These volunteers stand united in the firm belief that, as responsible Singapore citizens, we need to touch more hearts and help bring more smiles to these elderly in need.