SMP & KKH present: irememberKKH

Posted by on Sep 9, 2013 in Campaigns | 3 Comments

700x450px_R3In commemoration of providing 155 years of medical  and health care, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) has embarked on an initiative – irememberKKH, in collaboration with the Singapore Memory Project (SMP). The national initiative aims to gather treasured memories of the hospital, that has contributed to the birth of the nation, as well as played a crucial role in the lives of staff, visitors and patients throughout the years.

Do you have fond memories of the old and new KKH? Whether it’s about the joy of being a first-time parent, the warmth and concern from dedicated caregivers or simply a memorable moment experienced as a staff, visitor or patient, share your treasured memories of KKH with us and let them live on for future generations!

You can share your memories via the following channels:

1. www.singaporememory.sg
2. SG Memory iOS App
3. Twitter #sgmemory #irememberKKH
4. Instagram #sgmemory #irememberKKH

3 Comments

  1. Terence Neo
    September 12, 2013

    I was born there and so was my daughter.

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  2. Jackie Perry
    September 12, 2013

    My eldest daughter was born in the old hospital and delivered by Prof. Bernard Sheares. She was born on what became National Day – August 9th 1956. The day not the year!

    In those days only those in private rooms were served food. All others had to have their food brought in by family.

    I have good memories of my five day stay there – this was normal in those days nowadays you go home sometimes the same day! Staff and doctors could not do enough for you.

    Amazing to see the huge new building. Doubt it is now holding the record for the highest deliveries in the worl!

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  3. Adalene Tang
    March 14, 2014

    I worked there as a trainee midwife in 1975. My book of case records of babies I delivered in that year, is still a treasure to me to this day.

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