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Agency for Integrated Care



The Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) was formed as an independent corporate entity under MOH Holdings (MOHH) to work with stakeholders and partners in developing the Community Care Sector.

In 2018, AIC was designated the single agency to coordinate the delivery of aged care services, and to enhance service development and capability-building across both the health and social domains.

AIC’s vision is to create a vibrant care community enabling our people to live well and age gracefully. AIC’s twin missions are to empower the seniors and their caregivers with the access to appropriate care so as to achieve the best care outcome for them; and transforming the care community to support ageing-in-place.

Singapore’s health system is transforming itself to prepare for the aging population and AIC plays an important role towards patient-centric and integrated care. This transformation presents numerous meaningful opportunities and experiences for AIC employees to break new frontiers – from finding better ways to support our clients to age gracefully in the communities they desire, co-developing innovative new care models with health and community care partners, to working with different stakeholders to develop a seamless patient care journey.

Potential career path and developmental opportunities for scholars

As a scholar, they are expected to perform at the highest standards, uphold client-centricity and embody AIC’s core values. They play a direct role in shaping the future of Singapore’s Community Care landscape and have the opportunity to be exposed to the entire range of AIC’s work, including working with the patients and their families on their care needs, developing partnerships with stakeholders across the entire healthcare continuum and improving AIC through corporate functions.

The scholars can expect to be groomed and developed through a series of foundational learning blocks and structured developmental programmes. These programmes (including classroom and virtual learnings) are developed to enable and equip them with exposure, knowledge and networks; to ensure that they are well placed for success at work, right from the time they join AIC and as they grow in their jobs.

Varied career paths are possible in and across any of the six broad areas of work at AIC; Customer Engagement, Sector Engagement, Sector Development, Sector Enablement, Corporate Development and Corporate Enablement. Development roadmaps are also provided to allow each scholar to take ownership of their own learning and development so that they can forge a meaningful career with AIC and contribute to the building of a vibrant community care sector.

Preferred courses of study

  • Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Business & Accountancy
  • Communications
  • Engineering
  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Science