Formal healthcare network for migrant workers in S'pore sends strong message to employers

The move to make the medical centres a more permanent fixture is a strong signal of the government's commitment to meeting the healthcare needs of migrant workers. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - Healthcare providers are being sought to set up and run six medical centres across the island that cater exclusively to migrant workers' healthcare needs.

Another three centres will be located within large purpose-built dormitories, removing the need for their residents to travel to seek medical care.

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