A place where staff serve with love and pride and residents call "Home"
To serve its residents in the spirit of love and to provide for their needs in an environment of warmth and friendliness
Before the Home was moved to its current premises in Sembawang Crescent, the bed capacity at Jalan Tan Tock Seng was 75. With the demand for nursing beds, the Home was approached by the Ministry of Health in 2009 to run a new 9-storey nursing home with 248 beds.
In May 2013, the Home moved to 20 Sembawang Crescent and was renamed as Singapore Christian Home as it committed to care for people in need of nursing and medical care, regardless of age or religion. In the same year and for the first time, it started taking in male residents and offered respite care to the caregivers.
For more than 50 years, Singapore Christian Home existed with a simple mission to shelter and care for the sick and needy. With no parent organisation, directors and members of the Home are drawn together by the desire and commitment to serve in love.
Today, the Home is a home for the destitute and low-income male and female residents aged 4 to 101 years who are in need of mid to long term medical and nursing care. Besides medical and nursing care, the Home provides rehabilitation and social activities so as to ensure the residents recuperate well and enjoy their golden years at the Home.