St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital


The St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital (SAMH) composes of medical centres that address to the goals and objectives of the St. Andrew’s Medical Mission. The mission was founded in 1913 courtesy of Dr. Charlotte Ferguson-Davie, wife of the first Anglican Bishop of Singapore. The mission was established to cope with the medical needs of the underprivileged population of the country, especially of the women and children.

The SAMH manages operations of the St. Andrew’s Community Hospital, St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital Clinic, St. Andrew’s Autism Centre, and St. Andrew’s Lifestreams (which provides training and education in counselling and pastoral care.


Singapore, Singapore