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

A joint project in between Singapore co-living broker The Assembly Place and TS Group, a company of large hotel for international workers and the elderly, has already entered into a commitment with MOH Holdings to develop, retrofit and manage three lodging centers for international medical care workers who are all new to Singapore. The centers stand at 1A Short Street, 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent, and 207 Circuit Road.

Lim adds that the alliance between TS Group and The Assembly Place will most likely make use of the previous’s considerable expertise in operating massive accommodation sites and the latter’s strength in community-building. “We look forward to creating meaningful rooms and functions to embrace the medical care practitioners,” he states.

” As the holding company of Singapore’s public healthcare organizations, MOH Holdings is devoted to constructing an encouraging environment for our health care professionals and ensuring a sustainable workforce pipeline,” claims Deric Liang, deputy CEO, group finance and CFO of MOH Holdings.

The updated centers will definitely provide a co-living idea centred around area living. “We understand that many [overseas medical care staffs] are leaving their home nations for the very first time, so it is very important to develop a secure and comfortable atmosphere for them,” says Eugene Lim, founder and CEO of The Assembly Place.

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The accommodation facility at Short Road is intended to be operational by the second half of this year, while the other two locations will welcome healthcare specialists in 1H2025. Together, the facilities are expected to fit 1,180 foreign healthcare staffs.

MOH Holdings had introduced an inquiry for proposition in August of last year to appoint a manager to retrofit unused buildings and take care of hostel-type housing for new foreign healthcare employees on 5 areas, covering the sites at 1A Short Street, 107 Circuit Road and 36 and 38 Teck Whye Crescent. 1A Short Street is the spot of a former student hostel, while the last two are locations of previous colleges.

He persists: “By affiliate with managers to establish assimilation systems, we wish to smooth the change for our new medical care workers to assimilate right into Singapore’s healthcare system.”

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