The Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Act, which was passed in Parliament in 2000, requires all TCM Practitioners to be registered with the TCM Practitioners Board. The registration of TCM Practitioners began in 2001 with the registration of acupuncturists. This was followed by the registration of TCM physicians from 2002. From January 2004, all who practise TCM are required to be registered with the TCM Practitioners Board and possess a valid practising certificate. From December 2005, Chinese Medicinal Materials dispensers who graduated from the Chinese Medicinal Materials (CMM) Training course (Intermediate module) are voluntarily listed with the TCM Practitioners Board. You are advice to check is the TCM clinic Physician is register with : The Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Board

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Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital boasts 350 beds spread over a 6-acre compound. Staffed by about 300 trained and professional employees, our In-patient Department (IPD), Rehabilitation Centre and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Centre serves thousands of…

Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital (AMK – THKH) is a leading provider of rehabilitative care in Singapore.