Quest in the Community

Always an active proponent of advancing the health of the local population, Quest is constantly on the lookout for constructive and synergistic partnerships in healthcare with other organisations throughout Singapore.

KDF Millennium Ride

Quest was proud to be involved in the Kidney Dialysis Foundation’s (KDF) 4th annual Millennium Ride in March 2017 as the Official Healthcare Partner.

The KDF Millennium Ride was a 4-day, 1,000-km cycling marathon spanning Singapore and Malaysia. Organised to generate awareness as well as raise funds for the good and tremendously important work that KDF is doing, this year’s event was graced by Singapore’s Minister for Law and Home Affairs, Mr. K Shanmugam.

Through our participation in events such as this, we hope to be an even stronger force for a proactive approach to optimal health in the community.

Bone Marrow Donation & World Marrow Day

The Bone Marrow Donor Programme (BMDP) commemorated World Marrow Day 2016 in Singapore on 17 September 2016 with several events along Orchard Road. Quest was an official sponsor of this meaningful event which sought to generate greater awareness about blood disorders and promote bone marrow donation within the local community. Aside from playing our part as sponsors in making World Marrow Day 2016 a success, Quest also invited BMDP to conduct informational workshops and donor recruitment drives for our own staff, boosting in our own small way, the local donor pool for bone marrow.

Neighbourhood Health Screening

As part of our continuous efforts to deepen our contribution to some of the local communities in which our clinicians serve, Quest collaborated with the Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) to boost their outreach efforts in the East. During the KDF Charity Weiqi Competition 2016 held at Macpherson Community Club, Quest sponsored a free health screening session conducted for 100 local residents.

Propelled by our corporate values, we seek to grow our presence in the community by constantly looking for opportunities to serve at the grassroots level so as to advance public health.