Tan tock seng Hospital

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Tan tock seng hospital

TTSH was the first hospital started by the community to care for the community in 1844. Over the years, we have been constantly upgrading our capabilities to better care for patients in our hospital and nurture the next generation of competent healthcare professionals.

TTSH was the first hospital started by the community to care for the community in 1844. Over the years, we have been constantly upgrading our capabilities to better care for patients in our hospital and nurture the next generation of competent healthcare professionals.

As we celebrate 175 years of care, we envision the future of care beyond the hospital into the community to span the whole care continuum and better support the people to lead healthier and meaningful lives.

The Hospital has 61 medical disciplines and three institutes that are spearheading care, research and innovations in geriatric medicine and ophthalmology. With more than 1,600 beds and powered by 9,000 healthcare staff, TTSH sees over 2,700 patients at its specialist clinics and some 450 patients at its emergency department every day.

With a strong quality culture steeped in patient safety, TTSH actively challenges itself to provide faster, better, cheaper and safer care for patients by investing in its staff, facilities, medical technology and system improvements. TTSH is part of the National Healthcare Group, providing holistic and integrated patient care.

 

Activities:

Nursing

Training and Education

Primary Care Partners Office (PCPO)

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Tan Tock Seng Hospital is situated behind the junction of Moulmein Road and Thomson Road that is bounded by Jalan Tan Tock Seng, Irrawaddy Road and Sinaran Drive.

Standing just behind the Novena MRT and Novena Square Shopping Complex, the hospital is easily accessed by bus, MRT and private transport.

 

Languages:

  • English

GUIDE DOGS IN THE HOSPITAL!!

To better support and enable our visually-impaired community, most of the public areas in our hospital are accessible to their guide dog companions. This will allow individuals to continue their independent mobility between home and hospital.

As a healthcare institution, there are some patient care areas that will not be accessible to guide dogs for infection control purposes and also, for health and safety of the guide dogs. These include areas such as our intensive care wards, oncology treatment areas, renal dialysis centres, diagnostic radiology facilities and areas with presence of immuno-compromised patients.

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