What does NUH Specialise in?

National University Hospital (NUH) is one of Singapore’s largest (about a thousand beds) acute care tertiary hospital. NUH’s strengths lie in cardiology (heart), obstetrics and gynaecology, surgery, oncology (cancer), paediatrics (children), ophthalmology (eye), orthopaedic and gastroenterology services. It is located in the National University of Singapore (NUS) campus in the south-western part (Kent Ridge area) of Singapore.

The Hospital was opened on 24 June 1985 as Singapore’s first restructured hospital. Each year, the Hospital attends to more than one million patients.
As an academic health institution, patient safety and good clinical outcomes are the focus of the Hospital. It plays a key role in the training of doctors, nurses, allied health and other healthcare professionals. Translational research is pivotal in the Hospital’s three-pronged focus, and paves the way for new cures and treatment.
A member of the National University Health System, it is the principal teaching hospital of the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and the NUS Faculty of Dentistry.

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