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Duke Health

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Duke Health integrates the Duke University Health System (all of their hospitals and clinics), Duke University School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School, Duke University School of Nursing, Private Diagnostic Clinic (Duke physicians practice), and incorporates the health and health research programmes within the Duke Global Health Institute as well as those in schools and centres across Duke University. Please visit the Duke Health websiteOpen in new tab for more information.

 

National University of Singapore (NUS)

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NUS is the oldest higher education institution and the first autonomous research university in Singapore. It offers a wide range of disciplines, including the sciences, medicine and dentistry, design and environment, law, arts and social sciences, engineering, business, computing and music in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Please visit the NUS websiteOpen in new tab for more information.

 

Ministry of Education

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The Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) formulates and implements education policies and programs in consultation with its stakeholders. These policies and programs aim to help all students discover their talents, realise their potential, and develop a passion for learning that lasts through life. MOE also oversees the development and management of the Government and Government-aided primary schools, secondary schools and junior colleges. Please visit the Ministry of Education websiteOpen in new tab for more information.

 

Ministry of Health

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) is the arm of the Singapore Government responsible for healthcare policies and the quality of healthcare services in Singapore. It is an innovative and people-centred organisation, committed to medical excellence, the promotion of good health and the reduction of illness. Through MOH, the Government manages the public health care system to ensure that good and affordable medical services are available to all Singaporeans. This is achieved through the provision of subsidised medical services while promoting individual responsibility for their health and healthcare needs. Safety nets are also provided to ensure that no Singaporean is denied access to the health care system because of their inability to pay. Please visit the Ministry of Health websiteOpen in new tab for more information.

 

Singapore Health Services (SingHealth)

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Duke-NUS is closely affiliated with Singapore Health Services (SingHealth). The strategic partnership between Duke-NUS and SingHealth positions the Outram neighbourhood as a vibrant hub for the advancement of medical education, research and clinical service. The collaboration focuses on synergistic conduct of world-class research, marrying SingHealth's large clinical volumes and insights drawn from Duke-NUS's renowned research methods and innovative educational models. The close proximity between the two organisations allows SingHealth clinicians to contribute actively as members of the Duke-NUS teaching faculty and in relevant translational and clinical research. Together, SingHealth and Duke-NUS will shape Outram to be a medical hub of excellence in this part of the world.

The largest healthcare group in Singapore, SingHealth offers a complete range of integrated services to over 3 million patients. The group consists of two hospitals, five national speciality centres, a network of nine polyclinics, general and community hospitals, and a community hospital. SingHealth is dedicated to providing medical excellence and genuine care, inspired by its core shared values of clinical excellence, commitment, and collaboration.

As an organisation, SingHealth also upholds the three pillars of service, training, and research, which propel the group to the forefront of medicine as it constantly seeks new ways of improving patient care and treatment.

Members of the SingHealth group:

  • Hospitals: KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Sengkang General Hospital, and Singapore General Hospital.
  • General and Community Hospitals: Sengkang Health.
  • National Speciality Centres: National Cancer Centre Singapore, National Dental Centre Singapore, National Heart Centre Singapore, National Neuroscience Institute, and Singapore National Eye Centre.
  • SingHealth Polyclinics: Bedok, Bukit Merah, Geylang, Marine Parade, Outram, Pasir Ris, Queenstown, Sengkang, and Tampines.
  • Community Hospital: Bright Vision Hospital.
Please visit the SingHealth websiteOpen in new tab for more information.
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