Patients & Visitors

Our Services

Inpatient
Medical care

Our dedicated medical team with post-graduate training in family and geriatric medicine is augmented by visiting specialists. Working with our partners improves coordinated care.

Wound care

Wound care is a major reason why patients are referred to St Luke’s Hospital, for healing of diabetic, pressure, venous and artificial ulcers, and surgical, traumatic and other wounds in a dedicated wound ward.

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation, with physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists, helps patients regain their ability to carry out activities of daily living, such as balance and walking, eating, speech and toileting, eg after stroke, operation and amputation.

Palliative care

To care for persons in the last stages of their lives, we care for mind, body and spirit to comfort and provide the best quality of life possible for patients and their caregivers, helping them to live well before leaving.

Dementia care

A purpose-built ward, and a multi-disciplinary, dedicated dementia care team look after patients with dementia and support their caregivers.

Outpatient
Day Rehabilitation Centre

Rehabilitation, with physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists, helps patients regain their ability to carry out activities of daily living, such as balance and walking, eating, speech and toileting, eg after stroke, operation and amputation.

Outpatient rehabilitation at our Day Rehabilitation Centre helps to restore functional ability or delay deterioration due to disease and ageing.

Community clinic

A one-stop clinic to meet community healthcare needs, we provide comprehensive care, with a wide range of services and a multi-disciplinary team. Services include:

• Family physician clinic (including management of geriatric syndromes, osteoporosis, stroke and chronic disease)
• Diabetes clinic
• Community psychiatry clinic
• Dementia care programme
• Wound clinic
• Primary care eye clinic
• Dietician clinic
• Dental clinic
• X-ray

Home care

For the home-bound who need home medical, home nursing (eg wound care, changing of urinary catheters and feeding tubes) and home therapy (eg physiotherapy, occupational and speech therapy).

Supporting Services
Home Intervention Programme

A home-based dementia intervention programme (up to six months) providing support to persons with dementia, as well as equipping family members and caregivers with skills and knowledge to cope better.

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Diabetic eye screening

Eye screening for diabetic patients is available with the Mobile Diabetic Retinal Photography (MDRP) team which is carried out monthly.

X-ray and laboratory services

Radiological and laboratory services are available. These services, like the outpatient clinic, improve access to services at one place instead of multiple places, saving patients and their caregivers transport time, cost and effort.

Dental care services

Dental care services are available on a weekly basis. Geriatric dentistry may help to restore patients’ ability to eat and speak effectively.

Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation

Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation is available for chronic heart and lung conditions.

Dietary counselling

Dieticians assess the nutritional status of patients and recommend appropriate dietary treatment. They provide nutrition counselling to inpatients, outpatients and their caregivers, as well as advice on hospital kitchen services.

Pastoral care services

The answers to some struggles are beyond the reach of medicine and physical therapy. A listening ear with emotional and spiritual support help to lift the spirits of patients and their families.