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    Since 19 April 2009 to end 2011, the RC partnered Veolia in the Recycling Exchange IniTiative (REIT) which saw our residents recycling more than 20 tonnes of recyclables.

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Over 80 residents attend Health Screening

Eunos Zone ‘3’ Residents’ Committee (RC) worked with Eunos Active Aging Committee (AAC) to organise the Wellness Programme Health Screening for residents aged 50 years and above on the morning of 24 August 2013.

The health screening encompassed the Body Mass Index (BMI), Blood Pressure Reading, Fasting Venous Glucose and Fasting Lipid Panel.

Health Screening


Residents queuing for registration



Health Workers from Mt Alvernia taking the height and weight



Drawing of blood





Our friendly RC members



RC members also took the opportunity to distribute WeCare PAcks to residents

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Block Party cum Iridology Health Screening

23 August 2009

Iridologists conducting Health ScreeningIridologists conducting Health Screening

Volunteers from the Iridology Asia Association provided free health screening for Eunos Heights residents.

Dr. Toni Goh, President of IAA, conducted an Iridology health seminar to allow participants to understand what Iridology is and how it could be an effective health screening method.

After the seminar, residents lined up for their turn to be screened. Detailed analysis was provided.

After the health screening, lunch was served.

Primary Care Partnership Scheme – Helping You Stay Well

Primary Care Partnership Scheme

Primary Care Partnership Scheme

What is Primary Care Partnership Scheme?

To provide convenient and affordable healthcare for the needy elderly and disabled, the Ministry of Health (MOH) started the Primary Care Partnership Scheme so that needy patients can receive subsidised treatment at General Practitioners (GPs) and dental clinics near their homes.

Clinics registered under PCPS have partnered with MOH to provide common outpatient medical treatments and basic dental services for this group of patients.

From 1 January 2009, the scheme also covers treatment for 3 chronic disease: diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Can I qualify for PCPS?

To qualify for PCPS, you must be either:

  • A Singapore citizen who is 65 years old or above, and with per capita monthly household income of $800 and below; or
  • A Singapore citizen and you are unable to do any one of these 6 activities yourself – washing/bathing; toileting; transferring; feeding; dressing; and/or mobility, and; with per capita monthly household income of $800 and below; or
  • On the Public Assistance Scheme.

How to Apply for PCPS?

You or your family member can go to any Community Centre/Club or Community Development Council (CDC) under People’s Association (PA) to register for PCPS. Bring along the following documents:-

  • Your NRIC and copies of your family members’ NRICs;
  • Proof of your own and your family members’ income, such as your latest pay slip, IRAS or CPF statements, or letters from employers; and
  • Documentary proof of other sources of income, such as rental payment from tenants, etc., if any.


Eunos residents can visit or call North East CDC at 6424 4000 to enquire.

Image and details adopted from PCPS brochures.