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Academic Institutions

Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
Arts and Social Sciences, NUS
Duke Durham
Duke Center for Clinical Health Policy Research
Duke Global Health Institute
Duke University School of Medicine
Global Asia Institute, NUS
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Singapore Clinical Research Institute (SCRI)
Singapore Management University
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS

Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations

Alexandra Hospital
Changi General Hospital
Institute of Mental Health
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
KK Women's and Children's Hospital
Mount Alvernia Hospital
National Cancer Centre
National Healthcare Group
National University Hospital
Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI)
Singapore General Hospital
SingHealth
Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Government Agencies and Statutory Bodies

Agency for Integrated Care
Centre for Enabled Living
Health Promotion Board
Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS)
Ministry of Education (MOE)
Ministry of Health (MOH)
Ministry of Health Holdings
National Council of Social Services
National Medical Research Council

 

Voluntary Welfare Organizations

Alzheimer's Disease Association (Singapore)
Council for Third Age
Home Nursing Foundation
O' Joy Care Services
Singapore Action Group of Elders (SAGE)
The Salvation Army
Touch Community Services

 

Foundations

The Lien Foundation
Tsao Foundation

 

 

Academic Institutions

Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, NUS
medicine.nus.edu.sg/nursing

To achieve excellence in practice, teaching, research and service grounded in independent scholarship and collaborative interdisciplinary partnership to promote transformative education and research within the university and among health care colleagues throughout the Singapore health care system, regionally and internationally.

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Arts and Social Sciences, NUS
www.fas.nus.edu.sg

One of the earliest established faculties in the University with its origins dating back to 1929, FASS is also one of the largest faculties at NUS, with an annual intake of about 1,900. More than 6,000 undergraduate students (including 500 exchange students), and close to 1,000 graduate students make up the student population. The Faculty also has more than 400 Faculty members and 160 executive and professional staff.

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Duke Center for Clinical Health Policy Research
www.clinpol.mc.duke.edu

The mission of the Duke Center for Clinical Health Policy Research (CCHPR) is to encourage the formation and implementation of sound clinical health care policies.

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Duke Durham
www.duke.edu

Home of the Blue Devils, Duke University has about 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students and a world-class faculty helping to expand the frontiers of knowledge. The university has a strong commitment to applying knowledge in service to society, both near its North Carolina campus and around the world.

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Duke Global Health Institute
globalhealth.duke.edu

The Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) works to reduce health disparities in our local community and worldwide. Recognizing that many global health problems stem from economic, social, environmental, political and health care inequalities, DGHI brings together interdisciplinary teams to solve complex health problems and to train the next generation of global health scholars.

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Duke University School of Medicine
medschool.duke.edu

The youngest of the USA’s leading medical schools, Duke is one of the world's premier centers for medical education, clinical care and biomedical research.

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Global Asia Institute, NUS
www.nus.edu.sg/globalasiainstitute

The NUS Global Asia Institute aims to take the lead in research and scholarship directed at topics pivotal to Asia's future. Driven by the mission to provide in-depth insights to shape the nature of 21st Century Asia, the NUS Global Asia Institute will take a holistic approach to the fundamental issues confronting Asia and the world.

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Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
http://www.spp.nus.edu.sg/home.aspx

The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy was established in 2004 with the mission of educating and training the next generation of Asian policymakers and leaders. Its objectives are to raise the standards of governance throughout the region, improve the lives of the region’s people and, in so doing, contribute to the transformation of Asia.

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Singapore Clinical Research Institute (SCRI)
www.scri.edu.sg

SCRI is an Academic Research Organisation dedicated to enhancing the standards of human clinical research through driving the development of core capabilities, infrastructure and  intellectual and scientific leadership in Singapore.

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Singapore Management University
www.smu.edu.sg

Since it was incorporated on 12 January 2000, SMU has established undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that aim to produce leaders and creative entrepreneurs capable of excelling in a rapidly changing and dynamic world.

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Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS
www.med.nus.edu.sg

The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine was the first academic body in Singapore's history dedicated to tertiary education. Established in 1905, it has the honor of being the foundation of what has now evolved into the National University of Singapore.

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Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations

Alexandra Hospital
www.ah.com.sg

Alexandra Hospital was restructured on 1st October 2000 and became a member of the National Healthcare Group. From August 2010, Singapore's new healthcare cluster, JurongHealth, manages Alexandra Hospital where it will build and grow its base. Under the new, Alexandra Hospital continues to serve patients at Alexandra Hospital and provide a comprehensive range of clinical services and care for the community.

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Changi General Hospital
www.cgh.com.sg

Changi General Hospital (CGH) is a trusted healthcare provider with 790 beds in eastern Singapore.  We provide a comprehensive range of medical specialities.

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Institute of Mental Health
www.imh.com.sg

The Institute of Mental Health/Woodbridge Hospital (IMH/ WH) offers tertiary multidisciplinary psychiatric services. In addition to outpatient services, its inpatient care includes a 2000-bed acute tertiary psychiatric hospital located on a 25-hectare campus called Buangkok Green Medical Park, in Buangkok View.

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Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
www.ktph.com.sg

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) is the newest public hospital in Yishun, built to serve the healthcare needs of more than 650,000 people who live and work in the north of Singapore.

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KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
www.kkh.com.sg

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital has evolved over the decades, since its founding in 1858, into a regional leader in Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Neonatology. Today, the 830-bed hospital is a referral centre providing tertiary services to handle high-risk conditions in women and children.

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Mount Alvernia Hospital
www.mtalvernia.sg/

Mount Alvernia is a general acute care Singapore hospital with tertiary medical capabilities and two multi-disciplinary medical specialist centers. Our network of over 1,000 accredited specialists spans more than 20 medical disciplines ranging from cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, orthopaedic, ophthalmology to general surgery and much more.

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National Cancer Centre
www.nccs.com.sg

At NCCS, we adopt a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to cancer treatment. We undertake training and education of medical, radiation and surgical oncologists and other allied health personnel to develop relevant clinical and basic research programmes in the understanding, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

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National Healthcare Group
www.nhg.com.sg

NHG is a leader in public healthcare in Singapore, recognised at home and abroad for the quality of its medical expertise and facilities. Care is provided through an integrated network of primary healthcare polyclinics, acute care hospitals, national specialty centres, innovative virtual specialty centres and business divisions. Together, they bring a rich legacy of 325 years of medical expertise to our philosophy of patient-centric care.

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National University Hospital
www.nuh.com.sg

The National University Hospital (NUH), a member of the National University Health System (NUHS) , is a tertiary specialist hospital that provides advanced, leading-edge medical care and services.

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Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI)
www.seri.edu.sg

The Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI) is the national research institute for ophthalmology and vision research in Singapore, affiliated with the National University of Singapore (NUS).

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Singapore General Hospital
www.sgh.com.sg

With a history and tradition of medical excellence spanning two centuries, Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is Singapore’s flagship hospital.

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SingHealth
www.singhealth.com.sg

Singapore Health Services (SingHealth) was established in 2000 as part of the restructuring of the public healthcare clusters. As the largest healthcare group in Singapore, SingHealth offers a complete range of multi-disciplinary and integrated medical care. The group consists of 2 tertiary-level Hospitals, 5 National Specialty Centres and a network of 9 Polyclinics.

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Tan Tock Seng Hospital
www.ttsh.com.sg

Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) is one of Singapore’s largest multi-disciplinary hospitals with more than 160 years of pioneering medical care and development.

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Government Agencies and Statutory Bodies

Agency for Integrated Care
www.aic.sg

Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) was formed as an independent corporate entity under MOH Holdings (MOHH) in 2009 to look into the enhancement and integration of Long-Term Care sector.

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Centre for Enabled Living
www.cel.sg

The Centre for Enabled Living (CEL) provides centralized information and referral services, administers various eldercare and disability schemes, executes public education programmes and coordinates social services to strengthen the national support network for the frail elderly and persons with disabilities to pursue independent and dignified lives.

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Health Promotion Board
www.hpb.gov.sg

Established in 2001, the Health Promotion Board (HPB) has a vision to build a nation of healthy people.

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Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS)
www.mcys.gov.sg 

MCYS develops the “heartware” for Singapore through its policies, community infrastructure, programmes and services.

Its mission is to build a cohesive and resilient nation that can overcome challenges together.

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Ministry of Education (MOE)
www.moe.gov.sg

The Ministry Of Education directs the formulation and implementation of education policies. It has control of the development and administration of the Government and Government-aided primary schools, secondary schools, junior colleges, and a centralised institute. It also registers private schools.

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Ministry of Health (MOH)
www.moh.gov.sg

Championing a healthy nation with our people - To live well, live long & with peace of mind.

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Ministry of Health Holdings
www.mohh.com.sg

MOHH (previously known as Health Corporation of Singapore) is the holding company of Singapore’s public healthcare assets.

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National Council of Social Services
www.ncss.org.sg

To ensure that every person has the opportunity to live a life of dignity to his or her fullest potential within society.

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National Medical Research Council
www.nmrc.gov.sg

To promote excellence in translational and clinical research, nurture a vibrant research community of clinicians and scientists in Singapore and enhance knowledge exchange to improve human health.

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Voluntary Welfare Organizations

Alzheimer's Disease Association (Singapore)
www.alz.org.sg

Alzheimer's Disease Association is a voluntary welfare organization providing dementia care, caregiver support and promoting awareness of dementia.

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Council for Third Age
www.c3a.org.sg

Founded in 2007, the Council for Third Age is an independent body that promotes active ageing to enable seniors to achieve a better quality of life in various dimensions of wellness. The Council also partners community and commercial organizations to develop products and services that meet the various needs and interests of seniors.

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Home Nursing Foundation
www.hnf.org.sg

Established in 1976, the Home Nursing Foundation (HNF) addresses the need for cost-effective home nursing services to serve the large numbers of elderly coping with ailments living in rural areas of Singapore.

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O' Joy Care Services
www.ojoy.org

Be a leading organisation in the field of psychosocial care to enhance the well-being of older persons and their families.

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Singapore Action Group of Elders (SAGE)
www.sage.org.sg

Established since 1977, The Singapore Action Group of Elders (SAGE) is a non-profit, non-religious and multi-ethnic Voluntary Welfare Organisation. SAGE’s mission is to promote the continual growth and development of Seniors through our programmes and services.

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The Salvation Army
www.salvationarmy.org.sg

In 1935, Brigadier Herbert Lord established The Salvation Army in Singapore. The first headquarters and hall were an old chinese house in Killiney Road. The Salvation Army worked with organizations such as the Rotary Club and the Singapore After Care Association in relief and rehabilitation work.

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TOUCH Community Services
www.touch.org.sg

TOUCH Community Services is a not-for-profit charitable organisation. We were officially registered in 1992 and have been a member of the National Council of Social Service since 1994.

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Foundations

The Lien Foundation
www.lienfoundation.org

Our model of philanthropy goes beyond the traditional role of donor-sponsor. The Lien Foundation values institutional capacity building and is inspired by innovation, collaboration and new solutions. To achieve meaningful results, we forge progressive partnerships with organisations, and invest with a long-term view.

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The Tsao Foundation
www.tsaofoundation.org

Our founder’s vision is to foster a society for all ages that supports active ageing and values the contributions of older people.

We foster this vision by advancing services, skills and knowledge of individuals and communities in eldercare; facilitating older people’s participation in society; and promoting their views for policy planning.                                                                                                                                     Return to Top