If you are thinking of joining the NTFGH Bazaar previously and have missed out on the dates, fret not as we have more dates upcoming every month.
Read on to find out more.
Dates: 16 – 17 August 2023 (Wed – Thurs, $160)
Dates: 13 – 14 September 2023 (Wed – Thurs, $160)
Dates: 18 – 19 October 2023 (Wed – Thurs, $220)
Dates: 7 – 9 November 2023 (Tue – Thurs, $300)
Dates: 13 – 14 December 2023 (Wed – Thurs, $220)
Time: 11am – 7pm
Address: Ng Teng Fong Hospital, 1 Jurong East Street 21, #02-32 open event space, Singapore 609606
(Beside Westgate, and near to Jurong East MRT Station)
Please note that health-related products are not allowed.
Also, F&B vendors have to be SFA certified.
Per booth is $160 for 2 days in August and September.
Per booth is $220 for 2 days in October and December.
$300 for 3 days in November.
NO GTO. Vendor to man their own booths during this event.
Logistics provided per stall
– Space of 2m by 2m
– 1 table (4ft by 2ft)
– 1 chair
Extra Chair chargeable at $10 (3 days)
Stall Selection: None. Stalls will be assigned by the Organizer.
You may leave your items there overnight at your own risk.
This is a popular bazaar among vendors.
To join, kindly fill in your particulars below ASAP! Able to accommodate limited number of stalls.
See you folks.
NTFGH and JCH are the first hospitals in Singapore to be designed and built together from the ground up as an integrated healthcare development. They were envisioned to transform the way healthcare is provided to the community and designed to deliver patient-centred services in a seamless and integrated manner. They complement each other for better patient care, greater efficiency and convenience. The hospital planning process took into account how patient care, treatment and rehabilitation may continue seamlessly between the two hospitals.
NTFGH is twinned with JCH so that patients who no longer require acute care can recuperate in a setting better catered to their needs. They were designed to ensure patient-centred services are delivered in a seamless and integrated way. This flows from the design of the hospitals to the provision of medical care, as well as the connectivity to the community. Both hospitals are managed by one healthcare team to facilitate integration to all levels. Patients benefit from the co-management by doctors from both hospitals in addition to an integrated medical records and treatment plans. Running the two hospitals as one provides seamlessly coordinated care and processes for patients and their caregivers.