National University Health System
The National University Health System (NUHS) is an integrated Academic Health System and Regional Health System in Singapore that delivers value-driven, innovative and sustainable healthcare.
Throughout the history of our institutions, our teams and staff work together across the health system to advance our tripartite missions of achieving clinical excellence, developing the next generation of healthcare professionals, and changing the natural history of chronic diseases through research.
We leverage our position as an Academic Healthcare System to tap on the wealth of resources residing within the National University of Singapore (NUS). Through collaborations with NUS faculties, we are able to draw upon their academic, research and creative capabilities to develop solutions for existing and emerging health and healthcare needs of the Singapore population.
As part of our responsibility as the Regional Health System for the west, we work in close collaboration with community hospitals, general practitioners, family medicine clinics, nursing homes as well as other community and social partners to provide integrated care to the community.
Members of the National University Health System
Tertiary, Acute & Community Hospitals
- National University Hospital (NUH)
- Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH)
- Alexandra Hospital (AH)
- Jurong Community Hospital (JCH)
National Specialty Centres
- National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS)
- National University Heart Centre, Singapore (NUHCS)
- National University Centre for Oral Health, Singapore (NUCOHS) (2019)
- National University Polyclinics (NUP)
- Jurong Medical Centre (JMC)
Academic Health Sciences Institutions
- NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
- NUS Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
- NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
- NUS Faculty of Dentistry
With all these member institutions under one Academic Health System, NUHS is able to create synergies as a fully integrated cluster to provide seamless care from prevention to home care, and with our academic institutions, to continue to develop solutions for Singapore’s healthcare challenges, and nurture the next generation of healthcare professionals.