The Assembly Place-TS Group JV bags contract for foreign healthcare workers’ lodging facilities

The accommodations establishment at Short Street is intended to be functional by the 2nd fifty percent of this year, while the various other two locations are going to welcome healthcare specialists in 1H2025. Together, the properties are assumed to suit 1,180 international healthcare personnels.

A joint venture between Singapore co-living provider The Assembly Place and TS Group, a contractor of large-scale holiday accommodation for international workers and the elderly, has recently participated in an agreement with MOH Holdings to develop, retrofit and use 3 accommodating establishments for foreign medical care employees who are new to Singapore. The facilities are located at 1A Short Street, 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent, and 207 Circuit Road.

The improved facilities will include a co-living concept centred around area living. “We know that lots of [foreign health care staffs] are leaving their home countries for the very first time, so it is extremely significant to create a secure and pleasant environment for them,” says Eugene Lim, creator and CEO of The Assembly Place.

MOH Holdings had introduced a demand for proposition in August of last year to select an operator to retrofit unused structures and handle hostel-type rental for new foreign health care employees on 5 locations, covering the areas at 1A Short Avenue, 107 Circuit Road and 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent. 1A Short Street is the location of a previous student hostel, while the last two are sites of previous institutions.

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He persists: “By partnering with managers to establish assimilation programmes, we intend to smoothen the shift for our brand-new health care workers to take in right into Singapore’s healthcare system.”

Lim adds that the partnership in between TS Group and The Assembly Place will certainly draw on the previous’s extensive expertise in operating large-scale lodgings places and the latter’s strength in community-building. “We anticipate developing purposeful areas and functions to receive the medical care specialists,” he claims.

” As the holding firm of Singapore’s public health care organizations, MOH Holdings is committed to constructing a supportive surrounding for our healthcare professionals and making sure a lasting workforce pipeline,” claims Deric Liang, deputy CEO, group finance and CFO of MOH Holdings.


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