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Who shares 7 April? This is the day that NKF was formally inaugurated. It is a special day because it is also World Health Day...
Q & A
  • Are there tests for early detection of kidneys failing or kidney disease? - Keith Goh
  • Is a kidney transplant better than dialysis?
    - Fatimah Sulaiman
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  60-year-old Mr Peh Chiu Guan John has been on peritoneal dialysis (PD), a home-based treatment for over two years and enjoys the freedom that comes with this form of dialysis treatment.
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Whatever help you give matters
Ms Jennifer Bay has been regularly donating to NKF since 2013, sponsoring new dialysis machines ...
"I am strong-willed and positive"
I am always cheerful and laughing when I am with others, spreading happiness to all those around me ...
Volunteering gives me fulfilment
72-year-old retiree Mr Wong Siew Cheong, who lives in Redhill, has been fetching kidney patient ...
"Machine doctor" who helps sustain lives
NKF Bio Medical Engineer Mr Ramesh Arumugam, 42, is passionate about his work in ensuring ...
What's Happening?
Listen to your kidneys
Flag Day
  3 new dialysis centres benefitting 366 patients

To meet the rising demand for dialysis, three new dialysis centres have come to fruition, thanks to a caring community. We now have 35 dialysis centres islandwide with more in the pipeline.
Operational Dates
NKF Queenstown Dialysis Centre December 2018
The Hour Glass-NKF Dialysis Centre (West Coast Branch) February 2018
Jo & Gerry Essery-NKF Dialysis Centre located at Marsiling April 2018
Did you know?
World Kidney Day (WKD) is a global awareness campaign aimed at raising awareness of the importance of our kidneys and is observed annually on the 2nd Thursday in March. Held on 8 March this year, the theme was “Kidneys & Women’s Health” as chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects approximately 195 million women worldwide and it is currently the 8th leading cause of death in women, with close to 600,000 deaths each year.
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