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Our Story

About Bright Hill Evergreen Home

Bright Hill Evergreen Home is an accredited, 436-bedded non-profit nursing home that provides round-the-clock healthcare and shelter for the disadvantaged and aged sick. The Home follows a Model of Care (MOC) that emphasizes person-centeredness and individualized care plans tailored to residents’ needs and preferences.

The ethos and culture of the Home are guided by principles of dignity, compassion, and respect. The aim is to alleviate the hardships of residents through holistic nursing and medical care. The focus is on enabling residents to enjoy life to the fullest while minimizing ill health and maintaining their physical and mental faculties.

The Home is located in a serene setting overlooking the beautiful Punggol Waterway, providing a peaceful and tranquil environment for recuperation and relaxation. It is conveniently situated within a 10-minute walk of Punggol MRT station, ensuring easy accessibility. The rooms are designed to offer privacy and include access to bathrooms. They are well-furnished to create a homely atmosphere for all residents.

We are a member of the National Council of Social Service and is a charity with IPC (Institution of a Public Character status).

National Council of Social Service

Mission, Vision & Core Values

Our Mission

Bright Hill Evergreen Home is a voluntary welfare home providing health care services for the aged, sick and destitute regardless of race, language or religion.

Our Vision

To promote and maintain holistic nursing and medical care to the residents and to discharge them to the community when appropriate.

Our Core Values

Love, Responsibility, Integrity, Compassion and Respect.

Our Objectives

After 2 years of battling Covid-19 and with the opening of our new Sunflower block, we need to understand the normality we knew before will not return. Our home will take the necessary steps to adjust our care service model and operational processes to meet the demands of the new norm and continually maintain a high standard of governance. Our objectives and proposed actions within the next two years include the following:

  • To measure our home’s compliance with the guide lines outlined in The revised Code of Governance for Charities and Institutions of a Public Character that will take effect from the charities’ financial year beginning on or after 1 January 2024 and take necessary remedial actions to close the gaps, if any.
  • To tap on NCSS grant to appoint consultant to conduct in-depth analysis of our home’s organisational health. Based on findings, we will develop strategies to strengthen our home further.
  • We believe our residents should continue to live with dignity and thrive through life’s transition. We will promote the Active Living and Dignified Living programmes, focusing on the introduction of technology. Active living is an approach to life that values and includes physical activity in everyday living. Dignified Living Programme is a multi-sensory intervention programme providing positive experiences to improve quality of life for bedbound residents.
  • Incorporating the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) elements into our business model by identifying gaps and develop action plans, pulling all the different elements of ESG into a cohesive strategy and integrating them into our business model.

Milestones

2023

Official Opening ceremony of 2nd building; Sunflower Building and celebration of 40th Anniversary.

2022

DEXIE, A humanoid robot, was launched at BHEH, to augment manpower and increase the quality of care for residents.

2021

Expanded capacity from 248 to 436 resident spaces and decentralised to a more person-centric communal layout.

2013

Moved into a new home at Punggol Field. Increased from 180 to 248 resident space.

2009

Relocated to Senja Road in awaiting the completion of Punggol home.

1983

Our first nursing home at Bright Hill Road. It was home for 180 residents.

1980

Our Founder Venerable Hong Choon, with his spiritual guidance, the Home was built at Bright Hill Road with the donations from his followers.

Milestones

2023

Official Opening ceremony of 2nd building; Sunflower Building

2022

DEXIE, A humanoid robot, was launched at BHEH, to augment manpower and increase the quality of care for residents.

2021

Expanded capacity from 248 to 436 resident spaces and decentralised to a more person-centric communal layout.

2013

Moved into a new home at Punggol Field. Increased from 180 to 248 resident space.

2009

Relocated to Senja Road in awaiting the completion of Punggol home.

1983

Our first nursing home at Bright Hill Road. It was home for 180 residents.

1980

Our Founder Venerable Hong Choon, with his spiritual guidance, the Home was built at Bright Hill Road with the donations from his followers.