Founded by industry veterans with a heart for people, Preciouz Kare Pte Ltd is the culmination of medicare professionals with more than 100 years of experience between them in the medical industry.
As a Singapore-based medicare service company, Preciouz Kare’s goal is to bridge the gap in the continuity of care between patients and local healthcare institutions and providers (specialist clinics and general practitioners). We accomplish this by catering to the needs of Singapore’s aging population, consequentially easing the load off local healthcare institutions.
We provide medicare services comprising phlebotomy, specimen sampling, blood pressure and electrocardiogram takings, all at the comfort of your office or home.
To be the leading and reliable medicare provider with a passionate heart
To provide professional and convenient medicare services for the aging population as well as the time-strapped individuals
Professionalism : Deliver hospital-standard services and professionalism to each patient’s doorstep
Dedication : Devote our services wholeheartedly to each patient
Love : Treat our patients as our own
Care : Every patient is precious to us and deserves the utmost care
Respect : Safeguard each patient’s dignity during treatment
If you are a company seeking to ensure all your employees are fit for work, here’s why you should consider a health screening package with us.
- Lower costs. A comprehensive employee healthcare package with us will ensure that your company’s medical expenses remain low and affordable.
- Efficiency. Health reports are quickly processed and sent directly to your HR department.
- Fewer work disruptions. When we visit your office to conduct health screenings, your employees need not waste their time waiting at your affiliate medical service providers for their appointments.
- Flexibility and comfort of appointments. Our service is delivered to your office according to your preferred timing and date.
FOR INDIVIDUAL PATIENTS
If you are a patient, here’s why you should consider our home medicare services.
- Waiting times eliminated. You save time when you do not need to wait at the hospital for your appointment.
- Flexibility and comfort of appointments. With our service delivered to wherever you are according to your preferred timing and date, you can skip long waiting times at the hospital.
- Say goodbye to travelling woes. For the less mobile, we can help prevent the anxiety that comes with getting to and from the hospital. In addition, family members need not take leave to bring the patient to the hospital. This eliminates time opportunity cost and transport costs too.
- Focused medicare. With only you to look after each time, you will receive VIP treatment with dedicated care and attention.
FOR HOSPITALS & MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS
If you are a hospital looking to improve your medical services, here’s why we can help you.
- Reduce patient waiting time. This will improve your turnaround time and help boost one of your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
- Reduce staffing needs. With a reduced patient per staff ratio, there will be greater efficiency in conducting blood tests.
- Lessen space constraints. By treating your patients on outside grounds, you can avoid overcrowding. Thus, creating a better environment in your hospital or medical centre.
- Value-added service. By offering this special phlebotomy service, it contributes to a better reputation of being flexible, catering to the specific needs of your patients.
Nafisah Bt Abd Hamid
Founder & Managing Director
Nafisah is a graduate of the University of Wales with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Business Administration (Marketing). With over 2 decades working in private laboratories, local polyclinics, Dept of Pathology in SGH and Clinical Laboratory in NHCS. She is an experienced medical technologist who has undertaken various laboratory functions including Biochemistry, Microbiology, Haematology, Point of Care Testing (POCT) and Phlebotomy.
Over the years, Nafisah has honed her skills to become a well-equipped leader, even going on to manage Micro Labs Pte Ltd’s Microbiology and Haematology department at one time. Nafisah was involved in the set-up of the Woodlands Polyclinic Clinical Laboratory when it first opened. Heading operations at Toa Payoh Polyclinic Clinical Laboratory came after when she was serving SGH. She was also involved in research work and clinical findings. As a medical technologist, she was also involved in the training of junior staff in laboratory functions as well as in phlebotomy. She has also been a trainer and assessor in phlebotomy, to laboratory and nursing staff. Her experience spans over many functions in the hospital including SGH outpatient laboratory, National Cancer Centre (NCC) clinical laboratory and Pathology Client Services Management Unit. In SGH, Nafisah was also involved in various community screening projects.
To date, Nafisah’s reputation precedes her as one of the best phlebotomists in Singapore having been called upon personally by important figureheads in both the government and private sector.
Dr Saiful Nizam Bin Subari
Thirteen years since graduating with an MBBS from the National University of Singapore, Dr Saiful has not only served in local hospitals such as the National University Hospital and Tan Tock Seng Hospital but also taken a step further in his service to people by immersing himself in humanitarian relief efforts.
His courage and passion for the needy saw him leading Mercy Relief teams to disaster zones in Aceh, Indonesia, after the Boxing Day Tsunami struck in 2004. He went on to volunteer as a relief doctor for the Red Cross after Mt Merapi, located within Central Java, erupted in July 2006. Domestically, he has won the Courage Star Award for his contribution to the SARS fight in 2003.
Dr Saiful also constantly looks for opportunities to expand his expertise in medicine. He completed a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine in 2012.
Masliah Bte Hasim
Masliah has more than 20 years of experience as a medical technologist and is a professionally trained phlebotomist with certification in conducting ECG for patients. After completing her Diploma in Biotechnology at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, she joined Genelab Diagnostics as a Production Technologist in 1992, where she was involved in the production and quality control of HIV kits using Western Blot Techniques. She moved on to another company, Health Essentials, as a Medical Technologist in 1995, performing venepuncture as well as the analysis of blood, urine and stool specimens on behalf of patients.
In 1998, Masliah led the set-up of Marine Polyclinic’s laboratory and was appointed Laboratory-in-charge. Her latest work tenure prior to joining Preciouz Kare was with the Queenstown Polyclinic Laboratory under the Singapore General Hospital’s Department of Pathology. It was here where she was given the opportunity to run internal and external Quality Control Programmes for auditing purposes. Most notable would be her involvement in the JCI Accreditation for hospitals.
Muslina Binte Mohammad Salleh
Muslina is a qualified nurse by training, having graduated from the School of Nursing in 1985. She began her foray into the profession the same year she graduated at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, handling medical data and tending to patients at the Medical, Surgical, Neurosurgical, Neurology and Multidiscipline wards. Following her eight-year stint at the hospital, she went on to become a Health Promotion Officer at the National Kidney Foundation where she looked after health screening.
In 2008, Muslina earned her professional phlebotomy certification from National Skills Recognition Systems whilst serving as a Laboratory Technician at SingHealth’s Pathology Laboratory. Her service to the laboratory also gifted her the opportunity to hone her phlebotomy skills and on top of that, perfect the art of performing ECG on patients.
Chua Tze Hwi
Tze Hwi holds a Diploma in Biotechnology (Medical Technology) from Singapore Polytechnic. After graduating in 1999, she embarked on a career as a [job description] at the Singapore General Hospital in 2000, serving with dedication for more than a decade till 2011.
During her time at SGH, Tze Hwi was trained to perform highly specialised roles that included phlebotomy, blood and urine analysis, as well as ECG. Her background in Biotechnology also led her to do laboratory work at the hospital where she delved into the area of microscopy.
Food for the needy during Ramadan month
Madam Norizan Zainol Abidin, who lives in a three-room rental flat, is expecting her eighth child. To make ends meet, the housewife has been selling cookies for four months. On Sunday, she was one of 500 families living in rental flats at four estates to receive a hamper containing everyday food items such as sugar, oil and noodles. She said: “This helps me as my situation is difficult.”
The initiative is part of the annual Ramadan project by Malay-Muslim self-help group Yayasan Mendaki to reach out to low-income families. More companies and professionals have joined in this year. New volunteers and donors include those offering medical services and even nutritional advice.
Among them was Preciouz Kare, which provides mobile medical services such as drawing of blood, administering of injections and blood pressure monitoring. It provided basic health-care screening at an event where the hampers were given out, at Yung Sheng Road in Jurong.
Dr Saiful Nizam, 36, a general practitioner with 12 years’ experience and a director at the firm, said: “We have to do our bit to give back to society.” In addition, Minister-in-charge of Muslim Affairs Yaacob Ibrahim gave out hampers and cooked food to some 70 families in the Jurong area. He was joined by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, who is an MP for Jurong GRC.
Senior Minister of State for Home Affairs and Foreign Affairs Masagos Zulkifli and MPs Zainudin Nordin and Intan Azura Mokhtar handed out hampers in Woodlands, Tampines and Buangkok. (Link to article)