About Us

Alexandra Health Fund

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The Alexandra Health Fund Limited (AHF), a company limited by guarantee, was incorporated on 19 September 2014. The AHF has been approved as an institution of a Public Character (IPC) since 19 November 2014, and its IPC status has been renewed in April 2018 for another 3 years till 20 June 2021.

ACRA Registration/UEN ID : 201427909W


AHF’s core mission is to enhance health and improve quality of life for our patients in Yishun Health Campus (Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Yishun Community Hospital, Admiralty Medical Center and Yishun Community) through:

  1. Education, research and innovation
  2. Community collaboration
  3. Financial assistance for those in need

The Alexandra Health Endowment Fund ("AHEF")  was established on 1 Feb 2010 to receive contributions and donations which may consist of cash and other donations for the pursuit of medical and health related education, research and development and the promotion, development and provision of medical and health-related services (including patient and / or patient care related services) and devices in Singapore. The Fund has been granted Institution of a Public Charter ("IPC") and registered as a Charity under the Charities Act, Chapter 37 since 17 Jun 2010.

Initial Fund comprised largely of Donation by the Estate of the late Khoo Teck Puat.

AHEF ceased to operate with effect from 1 Jan 2015. A new company, Alexandra Health Fund Limited ("AHF") took over the management of the fund from 1 Jan 2015. This arose mainly due to the change to a Company Limited by Guarantee ("CLG") mandated by the change in accounting regulation for endowment fund entities.

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As an IPC, donations to AHF are tax-exempted. Your generous donations, large or small, impact our patients’ lives and go a long way to help them live better.


Programmes for Yishun Health Campus and Community include:

  1. Clinical Research Programmes directed at patient care improvements
  2. Innovation funds in support of prototyping innovative ideas in delivery of healthcare, which will help contribute to better patient care in the long run
  3. Education
  4. Patient care programs
  5. Patient Assistance scheme helps needy patients who require financial assistance with their medical and home care expenses.