St. Andrew's Community Hospital
St. Andrew's Community Hospital (SACH) is a community service of St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital.
Established in 1992, SACH was the first hospital in Singapore set up to provide affordable rehabilitative and intermediate care. In April 2005, it moved to a purpose-built 11-storey, 200-bed hospital in Simei. It is the first community hospital to be located next to an acute-care general hospital – Changi General Hospital. This close proximity with CGH helps to facilitate better coordination and integrated care for SACH patients, and the sharing of services between the 2 institutions.
SACH focuses on providing inpatient rehabilitative and sub-acute care for adults and children after the acute phase of treatment at a general hospital. In addition to its inpatient services, SACH also operates a Day Rehabilitation Centre, two outpatient clinics named St. Andrew's Mission Hospital Clinic, the 1st of which is located at Simei, within SACH, and the 2nd at Elliot Road, within St. Andrew's Autism Centre. SACH also runs Home Nursing services, community therapy services at 2 Seniors' Activity Centres in the heartland, and a mobile clinic providing free primary care for communities-in-need.