National University Hospital


Located in Kent Ridge, the National University Hospital (NUH) is a tertiary hospital and major referral centre for a wide range of medical, surgical and dental specialties. Built and established in 1985, the hospital offers quality patient care with innovations and advances in medical treatment. Travelling to NUH has been made easier with the opening of the Kent Ridge MRT Station (Circle Line) in October 2011, right at the door step of the hospital’s Main Building (MB). At both entrances of the MB, there are courtyards offering patients and visitors respite in the shade. These structures are part of NUH’s efforts to create a better healing environment.

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