Nursing a need for speed

Ms Lyn Edel Yip is chief of nursing at Orange Valley Healthcare, which runs five nursing homes in Singapore. She is also a mother of two young children. And she drives a white 420hp BMW M3 Coupe.


“My previous ride was a Toyota Previa, white too,” she says. “I needed some speed for daily commuting, so it was time to get some torque…”

Orange Valley opens sixth home, plans Expansion

FRESH from opening its sixth location in Balestier, Orange Valley Nursing Homes is looking into expanding abroad and is also eyeing business areas beyond inpatient treatment. Lyn Edel Yip, the deputy chief executive of Singapore’s largest private nursing home operator, told reporters on Wednesday that the company is thinking of growing its footprint locally and in markets like Japan and China…

Orange Valley opens sixth home

Orange Valley Nursing Homes has opened its sixth home, in Balestier, making it the largest operator of such facilities here with more than 1,000 beds. Its latest nursing home started operations on Jan 2 and has 118 beds, supported by nearly 20 staff, Orange Valley told the media during a tour of the new home yesterday. The new facility will also offer short-term..

Rumah penjagaan Orang Valley ke-6 di Balestier

PRESIDEN Halimah Yacob mengunjungi Universiti Teknologi Nanyang (NTU) buat kali pertamanya sebagai canselor baru universiti itu semalam.


Dalam lawatannya itu, Puan Halimah (dua dari kanan) diberi taklimat mengenai daya usaha pendidikan dan penyelidi

开放院内治疗设施 旺年护理之家让预约公众复健护理

旺年护理之家副总裁叶慧慧受访时说,她希望新中心能 为更多有需要的年长者提供其他护理服务,协助他们无 需住院也能安心、健康地原地养老。