Susan CH Tan critically ill in Ipoh

Susan has been an active SHC member since Apr 2010. Many senior members of the club know her.

Susan was on a holiday in Ipoh this week when she developed a stroke.

The family is making arrangements to fly her to Singapore today and seek medical treatment here.

Susan has been an active SHC member since Apr 2010.

Let’s pray for Susan.

Many members are concerned about her. If you have updates on the situation, pls share here.

Terence Seah

Dear close friends, family & associates of my mother Susan, please kindly drop me a WhatsApp message (indicate date & time of visit) if you would like to arrange to visit her. Do note that hospital visits are still restricted to any 2 at a time and visitation priority will be given in the following order with 1 the highest priority.

1) Family & Relatives

2) Close friends, associates & other relevant stakeholders of Susan

3) Other friends of Susan

Please also note that you are kindly encouraged to do an ART test and ensure you are negative before going to see my mum. Thanks.

Hi friends of Susan, her current condition had not much improvement except able to hold your hand tightly and blink her eye. The medical team decision that she won’t have much quality life and will not revive her if her condition worsen. They encourage her friend to visit her and talk to her . May be able to help her in her condition. Do arrange with Ian to visit her . Thank you.

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