|Organisation||Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic|
|Address||48 Lor 23 Geylang Singapore 388376|
|IPC Status||A Member of Health Endowment Fund|
|Medical Fund Regn No||HEF 0038/G|
|Trustees||Sek Tat Jin Sik Kwang Sheng, Shi Fa Hui, Sik Ching Chung|
The 31st Board Of Director (Appointment Date 17/09/2020, Inauguration Date 15/10/2020)
|President||Sik Kwang Sheng||Vice President||Sek Bao Ning|
|Secretary||Chan Yong Luan||Assistant Secretary||Chan Poh Swai|
|Treasurer||Lim Teck Foon||Assistant Treasurer||Goh Swee Sheng|
Sek Tat Jin, Chia Ti Yu, Tham Mun Chun, Seck Poh Soon, Chan Ruo Ying,
|Chairman||Sik Kwang Sheng|
|Members||Sek Bao Ning, Chan Yong Luan, Chan Poh Swai, Lim Teck Foon, Goh Swee Sheng|
|Chairman||Lim Teck Foon|
|Members||Goh Swee Sheng, Chan Yong Luan, Chan Poh Swai, Chia Seng Leng|
|Chairman||Goh Swee Sheng|
|Members||Chan Poh Swai, Chan Yong Luan, Lim Teck Foon, Choo Tiong Hum|
|MEDICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE|
|Chairman||Sek Bao Ning|
|Members||Sek Tuan Kern, Yim Chong Sheng, Chan Yong Luan|
|COUNSELLING SERVICE COMMITTEE|
|Chairman||Chan Yong Luan|
|Members||Lim Teck Foon, Seck Poh Soon|
|Chairman||Goh Swee Sheng|
|Members||Sek Bao Ning, Chia Seng Leng, Seck Poh Soon, Chan Ruo Ying|
|Chairman||Chia Seng Leng|
|Members||Goh Swee Sheng, Tham Mun Chun, Choo Tiong Hum, Lim Teck Foon, Chan Yong Luan,
Chan Poh Swai
|Chairman||Chia Ti Yu|
|Members||Tham Mun Chun, Chan Ruo Ying|
|Chew Whye Lee Pac|
|Shared Services for Charities Limited|
|Mr Choo Si Sen (JP PBM BBM)|
|Chief Executive Officer||Seck Sian Tiong|
|HR/Admin Manager||Tang Sook Fong|
Ng Gek Eng (MC)
|Conflict of Interest Policy|
|Policy Statements||The Clinic’s policy on conflict of interest is that Board of Directors and key staff members are required to declare any personal or vested interest in business transactions, contracts and/or joint ventures that the Clinic may enter into, as soon as such conflict or the possibility of such conflict arises, and abstain from discussion, decision-making and/or voting on the transaction or contract.
• Declare any close relationships (i.e. more than acquaintances) with potential staff recruits, and refrain from influencing decisions on the recruitment process.
• Serve without remuneration so as to maintain the integrity of serving for public trust and community good instead of personal gain.
• In performing Board member duties, not to accept (or offer) personal favors or gifts from (or to) any interest group or constituency, or staff of the Clinic.
• Refrain from sharing with third parties any privileged/confidential information obtained in the course of their work as the Clinic Board members.
|Policy Statements||In an effort to strengthen corporate governance practices, Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic (SBFC) has adopted a Whistle-Blowing Policy to provide the staff a platform to raise any concerns which may be related to fraud, Corruption, Misconduct, and Drug Abuse, Criminal Act etc., that involve SBFC staff, vendors or any other related parties.|
You might want to contact us via the channels below:
Two Board members are appointed to be in charge of the reporting channels and access to the email above.
|How and What to report?||Whistle-blowers may report in good faith their concerns by providing the following information:
Name(s) of person(s)/Company(ies) involved
Date, time and location of incident
Frequency of occurrence
Value of any money or assets involved
Physical evidence (if any)
Any other information that may substantiates their concern
Whistle-blowers to put their names (or at least an email address) to the allegations in case further information or clarification is required. To the extent feasible and permissible, SBFC will not reveal the identity of the whistle-blower.