Singapore Hospitals

St. Andrew’s Community Hospital

Established in 1992, SACH was the first community hospital in Singapore set up to provide affordable intermediate medical care. We are focused on providing rehabilitation and sub-acute care to children, adults and the elderly; including those with dementia or needing palliative care. Our outpatient services include day rehabilitation, community therapy, primary care, home healthcare and other senior care services.
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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.
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National University Hospital

The National University Hospital is a tertiary hospital and major referral centre with over 50 medical, surgical and dental specialties, offering a comprehensive suite of specialist care for adults, women and children. It is the only public hospital in Singapore to offer a paediatric kidney and liver transplant programme, in addition to kidney, liver and pancreas transplantation for adults.
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Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital boasts 600 beds spread over a 12-storey nursing home building. Staffed by about 400 trained and professional employees, our In-patient Department (IPD), Rehabilitation Centre and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Centre serve thousands of patients every month.
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