Exercises help to build up bone mass in young and slow down bone loss in adults, strengthen muscles, increase flexibility and improve coordination and balance (to reduce risk of fall). In addition to the above, several effective medications are available that have been shown to act quickly, to maintain the...
FIRST AID TRAINING
Our Basic First Aid/CPR (Adult only)/AED training provides the proper skills on how to respond to common medical emergencies. All course options are aligned with the current American Heart Association guidelines, American Red Cross and Brunei National Resuscitation Centre. Certification is issued upon successful completion.
POST-NATAL HOME VISIT
The postnatal period lasts for six weeks, beginning right after the baby is born. During this period, the mother goes through many physical and emotional changes while learning to care for her newborn. You will be visited by a qualified and trained lactation midwife/nurse who will perform the assessments throughout...
INFANT MASSAGE CLASSES
Our nurses are qualified to conduct infant massage certified by The International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM). The Infant Massage Program is aligned to JPMC’s Mission of providing excellent, quality and compassionate care. Our desire is to help new parents everywhere learn how to massage their babies soon after birth.
Breastfeeding is the best source of nutrition for your baby. To make the most informed choice about this important decision, our World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) certified nurses will guide you to a healthy lactation.
For first time parents, Antenatal Classes usually commence on the 28th week of gestational age onwards. We also offer refresher antenatal classes. The Antenatal classes will familiarize you and your partner on what to expect during labour and delivery. The role of your birth companion will be discussed and they...
FIRST TRIMESTER SCREENING
Sleep Apnoea is a disorder characterised by the cessation or pause in breathing for more than 10 seconds during sleep. Each pause in breathing takes 10-20 seconds or more and may occur 20-30 times or more within an hour. Sleep Apnoea often results in feelings of fatigue and excessive daytime...