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Life @ Raffles

Raffles Medical Group (RMG) is a leading medical group and the largest private group practice in Singapore. As a fully integrated healthcare organisation, the Group owns and operates a network of family medicine clinics, a tertiary care private hospital, insurance services and a consumer healthcare division. Both local and international patients enjoy a continuum of care, from having their most basic healthcare needs met through the Group’s islandwide network of Raffles Medical clinics, to specialist and tertiary care at Raffles Hospital.

At RMG, we are constantly seeking outstanding both healthcare and non healthcare professionals from a wide range of background, skills and experiences to join us in delivering the highest level of medical and service excellence in our patient care.

When you join us, you become a valuable member of the RMG family.  You do not merely enter into a job; we partner you to develop your career, dreams and aspirations. 

So, come and chart your future with us and we will provide you with the opportunities to touch lives through the work you do and make a difference. 
Over the years, RMG has developed various Community Social Responsibility programmes to make a difference in the lives of many.

Rochore Kongsi Home for the Aged

Doctors and dentists from RMG have been visiting the Rochore Kongsi Home for the Aged on a monthly basis since 2009 to provide medical advice and consultation to the residents. 

Share-a-Gift

As an outreach to the less-privileged in the community, close to 50 staff from RMG came together on 7 December 2013 in support of the annual Share-A-Gift project by The Boys’ Brigade. A total of 17 cars lined up at Kallang to deliver 170 bags of food supplies to 100 under-privileged families. The participants including children of the staff, spent several hours delivering the food supplies.

Christmas Charity

The Group organised its first group-wide charity event on 11 December 2013. Staff teamed up to sponsor items ranging from groceries to useful gifts for the beneficiaries of four adopted charities. The items collected reached a total of 252 elderly residents from Peacehaven and Rochore Kongsi, as well as 313 children and teens from Gracehaven and Prison Support Services. The response was overwhelming as many staff stepped forward to spread the Christmas cheer to the beneficiaries through their generous giving.

As a healthcare organisation, RMG aims to provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for its employees in compliance with legislative requirements. 

It is committed to:
  • Comply with all statutory safety and health requirements, and other existing standards
    and guidelines.
  • Eliminate hazards or adopt reasonably practicable means to reduce the risk of injury to its employees to an acceptable level.
  • Seek involvement of various stakeholders to effectively implement Workplace Safety and Health Policy objectives.
  • Continual improvement through on-going review of Workplace Safety
    and Health mechanisms.
  • Provide adequate resources to ensure compliance to Workplace Safety
    and Health Regulations.
It endeavours to reduce its impact on the environment by:
  • Conducting audits and taking corrective actions to reduce adverse environmental impact.
  • Promoting the efficient use of resources and energy.
  • Providing environmental awareness training for its employees.
  • Continually improving the management of our surrounding environment.

Nature and Conservation

As a responsible corporate citizen and in its bid to care for the environment it operates in, Raffles Hospital has adopted several green initiatives to reduce energy consumption in the building. All lightings in the hospital are being changed to energy saving bulbs and tubes progressively. These energy saving lights provide the same lux density and vision capability is not compromised. It is estimated that this initiatives leads to a reduction of 30,000 KW in energy consumption every month.
 
The Group works closely with the Workplace Safety and Health Council, Singapore Civil Defence Force, Public Utilities Board, National Environment Agency and other relevant authorities to adopt the best practices for environment sustainability.

A highly engaged, productive workforce stems from living a balanced and healthy
lifestyle. At RMG, we are committed to offering activities that nourish and sustain our
employees' well-being.