Assistant Nurse Manager
She graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2009 with a Diploma in Nursing and went on to work for SGH in a General Surgery discipline ward. Her critical thinking and time management skills were honed during the 3 years she cared for pre and post-surgery patients, ranging from minor day procedures to emergency surgeries.
Ashley then joined an ENT specialist clinic and devoted the next 5 years providing holistic care to her patients, from babies to the elderly. This included going into surgeries and following up with them during the recovery period, giving reassurance and educating them on post-operative care.
With a focus on continuous development, she decided to pursue further education and successfully obtained a Bachelor in science (Nursing) with distinction in 2017.
Clinic Assistant Manager
Erdyyanna, affectionately known as Nana, started her career at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) in 1999, and worked in various departments such as ENT, Eye, Renal, Rehabilitation & Psychiatry. The experience there taught her compassion, acceptance and tolerance. She left SGH after 17 years of service.
Nana joined our team in March 2020. She is passionate and dedicated about patient care. She is also fun, enthusiastic & is always on the ball.
As a mother of a teenage girl, she enjoys the company of family and friends. She enjoys baking, travelling & being there for her loved ones.
Norain, who is also fondly called Ain among her peers, graduated in Nursing from the Institute of Technical Education (College East) in 2015. Her caring behaviour is one of her traits which fuels her passion in nursing.
She started her nursing career as an Enrolled Nurse in Ng Teng Fong General Hospital in 2015. Stationed in an Internal Medicine ward for almost 5 years, had inadvertently taught her not only the importance of advancing her clinical skills, but also the significance of having good people skills. Thus, she always attempts to understand and sympathise with her patients and their caregivers.
While she had positively immersed herself in the role, she was also juggling as a mother to 3 boys, which led her to leaving the service to prioritise the initial milestones of her children.
It didn’t take long for Ain to ease back into the workforce by stepping up in the fight against COVID by joining the COVID vaccination centre. Afterwhich, she was comfortable to be in the workforce at “full-throttle” by joining our team. Despite the break in between, she still takes pride in trying her best to put the well-being of others, both patients and co-workers, before herself.