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Wellness Kampung

Wellness Kampung is an initiative comprising a network of three wellness and care centres for residents in the north. Our Wellness Kampung provides a suite of health and social programmes, creating a support network for residents to inspire each other to adopt healthier lifestyles, in a close-knit 'kampung' setting.

These include wellness and active ageing initiatives like healthy cooking demonstrations, daily morning exercise and recreational activities, health screenings to keep our seniors physically, socially, and mentally active, and care services such as day care and rehabilitation to enable frail elderly to age-in-place within the community.

Launched as a partnership between Alexandra Health Systems (AHS), St Luke's ElderCare and Nee Soon GROs, Wellness Kampung aims to shift healthcare beyond the walls of the hospital and into the community.

Our Centres

Blk 115 #01-495
Yishun Ring Road
Singapore 760115

Mr Woo Yew Kah
Centre Manager

6257 4702

Blk 260 #01-87
Yishun Street 22
Singapore 760260

Mr Teoh Gin wah
Centre Manager

6257 4802

Blk 765 #01-366
Yishun Street 72
Singapore 760765

Ms Mary Ong
Centre Manager

6257 4842

Operating Hours

Our centres open from Mondays to Fridays, 8.30am to 5.00pm.
We close on Saturdays, Sundays and all Public Holidays.


Warga emas giat senam berbakti jadi relawan — Berita Minggu, 28 January 2018

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Integrating health and wellness care, Wellness Kampung at Nee Soon a new model for healthcare — Lianhe Zaobao, 16 September 2016

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Nee Soon GROs work with partners to set up Wellness Kampung — My Paper, 16 September 2016

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Residents gain from wellness kampungs — The Straits Times, 16 September 2016
There are three in Nee Soon and they aim to help people adopt healthier lifestyle.

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Wellness Kampung helps elderly practice healthy lifestyle — Berita Harian, 16 September 2016
Residents are more active and feel happier by joining various activities at the centre.

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