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Farrer Park Hospital is Singapore’s newest private tertiary care hospital. Designed by healthcare professionals, the hospital is a showcase for the ergonomic workplace coupled with advanced medical technology.

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The carefully created environment enables Farrer Park's healthcare professionals to provide modern yet holistic care for its patients. This is exemplified by inpatient accommodation with the comforts and ambience of a home, and operating environments which are warm and restful for patients, staff and doctors.

Conveniently located in Connexion, a complex built directly above an underground train station, the hospital shares numerous calming gardens and inspiring art decorations with its related hotel, One Farrer Hotel and Spa. Synergies between the hospital and hotel enable users, families and visitors to enjoy enhanced experiences in food and beverage, choices of accommodation, lifestyle programs, and conference facilities. The hospital is partnered with the Farrer Park Medical Centre, also in the complex, which has 189 specialist clinics for doctors who cover a wide range of medical specialties.

Farrer Park Hospital and One Farrer Hotel and Spa are part of The Farrer Park Company Pte Ltd, a Singapore based company.
 


GS1 Singapore is part of the not-for-profit Global Standards 1 (GS1) organisation based in Belgium, Brussels with offices in 115 countries and is affiliated to the Singapore Manufacturing Federation.

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GS1 Singapore has over 2,000 member companies across multiple sectors and is working with organisations and public agencies such as MOH, MOHH, HSA, SPRING Singapore, IMDA, ICA, and e2i to promote and drive adoption of standards, in turn helping Singapore companies improve their competitiveness and operational efficiencies.

Globally, the development and implementation of our healthcare standards is led by the industry experts who use them. Our healthcare user groups are open to pharmaceutical and medical devices manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors, group purchasing organisations, hospitals, pharmacies, logistics providers, governmental and regulatory bodies, and trade associations. Our mission in Healthcare is to increase patient safety, supply chain security and efficiency, traceability and accurate data synchronisation in healthcare.

GS1 Standards leverage on technology tools such as Barcoding, RFID, Electronic Data Interchange (eDI) to facilitate interoperability and provide enhanced supply chain visibility to many industries and sectors.
 
 


The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is the independent peak membership body and advocate for the Australian healthcare system and a national voice for universally accessible, high quality healthcare in Australia. The AHHA is uniquely positioned to facilitate collaboration between clinicians, academics, policy makers, administrators and politicians.
 


Supply Chain Asia is a not-for-profit professional body that aims to bring professionals from within the logistics and supply chain industry together to share knowledge, learn from one another and create opportunities for collaborations.

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The three main focus of SCA are connecting people from various sectors of the industry, encouraging communication amongst professionals and creating opportunities for collaborations. The four main pillars of the organisations are memberships, events, academy and publication.

SCA holds various events annually to provide networking and learning opportunities for the community. The organisation also provides training courses in the area of logistics and SCM, equipping attendees with skills that are applicable to the real working scenarios in the industry. As for membership, SCA aims to develop a close-knit community that continues to better itself by leveraging on SCA’s platform and services.

SCA has its own quarterly print publication - the Supply Chain Asia Magazine - which is also available in digital copy. During non-print months, SCA publishes digiMag Industry Report, aimed at providing professionals in the industry with up-to-date news through fun infographics and images.

http://www.supplychainasia.org/

 


The Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM) was incorporated in 1980 as a non-profit and self-supporting independent educational institution, with quality as its corporate emphasis. SIMM has since grown to be a premier institution offering Logistics, Supply chain Management and E-commerce education for the industry training professionals and assisting also in the conversion of manpower for personnel not in the Logistics and Procurement field or industry.

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The primary objective of the Institute is to establish and to maintain a high standard of knowledge and excellence in the field of Logistics and Procurement. The secondary objective is to promote and foster the study, research and development on Logistics and Materials Management on all aspects from Purchasing and Supply Chain Management to applying latest E-commerce technology and practices to the field of Logistics and Purchasing.

Besides conducting various graduate diplomas, advanced diplomas, diplomas and certificates, SIMM is also actively providing practical training through workshops, in-house programs and seminars to upgrade professional knowledge and experience of members and corporate companies’ staff. SIMM also organises regional Conference such as the Asia Pacific Logistics Conference (APLF) and is also a representative lead organiser for the Procurement Event for the bi-annual Globaltronics International Electronics gathering.

SIMM is a member of the International Federation of Purchasing and Materials Management (IFPMM). SIMM also works with the authorities and various government bodies such as IE Singapore (International Enterprise) and Economic Development Board (EDB) Singapore in various projects in the areas of Logistics and Procurement to further advance the interests of the industry and country development.

For more information, visit www.simm.org.sg
 


The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is a worldwide organization of professional engaged in Logistics and Transport, CILT was formed in the UK in 1919 and Singapore (CILTS) in 1971.

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In 2000, CILTS launched Certified Professional Logistics (CPL) and 2006, logistics e-learning modules. For more information, visit www.cilt.org.sg
 
 
       
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