Industry Advisory Board Member

Peter Tay

Peter Tay

Peter Tay

Chief Executive Officer
ALPS Pte. Ltd.

Mr Peter Tay helm the appointment of the first Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ALPS Pte Ltd (ALPS), the national integrated supply chain management agency formed in 2018. He was instrumental in bringing together healthcare supply chain professionals from the three public healthcare clusters, to meet the procurement and supply chain needs of Singapore’s public healthcare system. Further, he is responsible for stewarding efforts to improve supply chain functions and extracting the best value for our healthcare system to keep healthcare costs affordable.

As a believer of long-life learning and continuous education, Peter is also the Chair of College of Healthcare Administration and Leadership (CHeAL), SingHealth. The CHeAL aims to build capability through developing the leadership and healthcare administration competencies of all level of healthcare professionals to become competent managers and leaders in SingHealth.

From 2012 to May 2018, Peter served as Chief Operating Officer at Changi General Hospital (CGH), where he drove operation efficiency and integration across departments in the hospital. In addition, he provided management oversight for new initiatives to improve patient flow, productivity and patient experience. Together with the Human Resource Department, Peter also steered the competency development for non-clinical staff in CGH.

Prior to joining healthcare in 2012, Peter had a 27-year long career in the military with the Singapore Armed Forces, where he held various senior leadership, staff and training positions. Peter was instrumental in the transformation of the logistics operations, integrating various domains leveraging on network and information technology. He was also involved in training and introduced several learning methodologies to extend operational knowledge in the Army.

Peter graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring Sociology and Psychology, and obtained a Master of Science in Transport Systems Management, both from the National University of Singapore. He also received the SMU-SingHealth Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management and Leadership Programme in 2014.