National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore Doctors List And Reviews 2021 (2022)

National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore Doctors List And Reviews 2021

We have compiled essential information about NUH Singapore in one place for your review and convenience.
National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore | National University Health System Medical Specialists Address and Contact Number


NUHis a 991-bed acute care, tertiary hospital. It is also the Singapore's only university hospital.

National University Hospital (S) Pte Ltd
5 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 119074
Telephone Contact details (Main Line): +(65) 6779 5555 (24-Hr)
Emergency No. : +(65) 6772 5000
(24 Hr)



National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore Doctors List And Reviews 2021 (1)

Popular Clinical Specialties in National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore

Ear Nose Throat (ENT) Specialists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore | NUH ENT Clinic
A/Prof Thomas Loh Kwok Seng,Head & Senior Consultant
Dr Annabelle Tay Sok Yan, Associate Consultant
Dr Crystal Cheong, Associate Consultant
Dr Donovan Eu, Associate Consultant
Dr Dr Joshua Tay Kai Xun, Associate Consultant
Dr Goh Xue Ying, Associate Consultant
Dr Ker Liang, Associate Consultant
Dr Lim Chwee Ming, Senior Consultant
Dr Loh Woei Shyang, Senior Consultant
Dr Mark Thong Kim Thye, Senior Consultant
Dr Ng Li Shia, Consultant
Dr Ong Yew Kwang, Senior Consultant
Dr Raymond Ngo, Senior Consultant
Conditions treated and related terms: sinusitis, sinus surgery, sinus infection, ent doctor singapore, otolaryngology,nuh ent etc.
To find ENT Specialists in other hospitals: Best ENT Specialist SingaporePlastic surgeons atNational University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
A/Prof Lim Thiam Chye
Dr Lee Shu Jin
Dr Ong Wei Chen
Conditions treated and procedures performed: Breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty, double eyelid surgery, breast implant, tummy tucks, aesthetic surgery etc.
For other plastic surgery centres in Singapore > Plastic Surgery Centres in SingaporeSkin Specialists (Dermatologists) at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Paul Lorenz Bigliardi (Senior Consultant)
Dr Aw Chen Wee, Derrick (Consultant)
Dr Huma Jaffar (Consultant)
Dr Seow Chew Swee (Senior Visiting Consultant)
Dr Wong Soon Tee (Visiting Consultant)
Dr Lee Sze Min (Resident Physician)
Dr Janthorn Pakdeethai (Registrar)
Conditions treated:eczema (atopic dermatitis), psoriasis, acne, acne scars etc.


Eye (ophthalmologists) Specialists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
A/Prof Caroline Chee Ka Lin
Dr Cheng Jin Fong
A/Prof Chew Tec Kuan Paul
Dr Gangadhara Sundar
Dr Loon Seng Chee
Dr See Li Shuen Jovina
Dr Shantha Amrith
Dr Tan Woon Teck Clement
Dr Thean See Yin Lennard Harold
Dr Wang Jenn Chyuan
Dr Wong Bik Yun Inez
Prof Wong Tien Yin
Conditions treated and procedures performed:Cataract, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy

Psychiatristsat National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore (University Medicine Cluster)

A/Prof John Wong Chee Meng, Head & Senior Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Broekman Birit Froukje Philippien, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Celine Wong, Associate Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Chee Yin Ing Cornelia, Senior Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Ho Chui Ling Emily, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Ho Chun Man Roger, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Johnson Fam, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Prof Kua Ee Heok, Senior Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Lai Yew Min, Senior Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Lui Yit Shiang, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Rathi Mahendran,Senior Consultant, Psychological Medicine

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Dr Soo Shuenn Chiang, Associate Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Teng Jia Ying, Associate Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Terence Leong, Consultant, Psychological Medicine

Dr Tsoi Tung Chris, Consultant, Psychological Medicine
Conditions treated and managed: Insomnia, Depression, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Neurosis

NUH Gynaecology Doctors: Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Prof Yong Eu Leong,

A/Prof Wong Yee Chee,

A/Prof Arijit Biswas,

A/Prof Arunachalam Ilancheran,

A/Prof Chong Yap Seng,

A/Prof Ganesh Adaikan,

Prof Kuldip Singh,

A/Prof Mahesh Choolani,

A/Prof Mary Rauff,

Asst Prof Su Lin Lin,

Prof P C Wong,

Dr Jeffrey Low Jen Hui,

Dr Joseph Ng Soon Yau,

Dr Ng Ying Woo,

Dr Roy Ng,

Dr Stephen Chew Siong Lin,

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Dr Tan Eng Kien,

Dr Vanaja Kalaichelvan,

Dr VesnaDramusic,

Dr Winnie Wun

Dr Anita Sugam Kale,

Dr Annapoorna Venkat,

Dr Anupriya Agarwal,

Dr Chua Tsei Meng,

Dr Citra Mattar,

Dr Fong Yoke Fai

Related terms: Ob gyn, obstetrics, ob gynecologist, obstetrician, gynecologist, gynecology, gynaecology
Conditions treated and procedures performed: pregnancy related problems, Caesarean section (C-section), hysterectomy

Heart related Specialists at National University Heart Centre (NUHC) Singapore: NUH Heart Clinic

For directions on how to get to NUHCS, please visit: http://www.nuhcs.com.sg/directions-and-maps.html.

Cardiologists at National University Heart Centre (NUHC) Singapore
Contact | Tel: (65) 6772 2002
A/Prof Tan Huay Cheem, Director, NUHCS, Senior Consultant
A/Prof Yeo Tiong Cheng , Head, Cardiac Department, Senior Consultant
A/Prof Ling Lieng Hsi , Senior Consultant
A/Prof James Yip Wei Luen , Senior Consultant
A/Prof Adrian Low Fatt Hoe , Senior Consultant
A/Prof Poh Kian Keong , Senior Consultant
A/Prof Ronald Lee Chi Hang , Senior Consultant
Dr Chai Ping , Senior Consultant
Dr Teo Swee Guan , Senior Consultant
A/Prof Carolyn Lam , Consultant
Dr Raymond Wong Ching Chiew , Consultant
Dr Seow Swee Chong , Consultant
Dr Mark Chan Yan Yee , Consultant
Dr Chan Koo Hui , Consultant
Dr Lim Toon Wei , Consultant
Dr Edgar Tay Lik Wui , Consultant
Dr Chan Wan Xian , Consultant
Dr Pipin Kojodjojo , Consultant
Dr Joshua Loh , Associate Consultant
Dr Devinder Singh , Associate Consultant
Dr Yeo Wee Tiong , Associate Consultant
Dr Wong Siong Sung , Associate Consultant
Dr Soo Wern Miin , Associate Consultant
Dr William Kong Kok-Fai , Associate ConsultantCardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeons at National University Heart Centre (NUHC) Singapore
Contact | Tel: (65) 6772 2002
Dr Chua Soo Yeng Benjamin
Dr Graeme MacLaren
Assistant Professor Ho Pei Jackie
Dr Jimmy Hon Kim Fatt
Prof Lee Chuen Neng
Adj A/Prof Michael George Caleb
Dr Ooi Oon Cheong
A/Prof Peter Ashley Robless
Dr Sriram Shankar
Asst Prof Tam Kit Chung John
Dr Tan Tiong Tee Christie
Dr Teoh Leok Kheng Kristine
A/Prof Theodoros Kofidis
Dr Winn Maung Maung Aye

Other Specialists in National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore

Emergency Medicine Specialists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Amila Punyadasa
Dr Irwani Bte Ibrahim
Dr Kuan Win Sen
Dr Lee Sock Koon
Dr Malcolm Mahadevan
Dr Ong Yeok Kein Victor
Dr Peng Li Lee
A/Prof Peter George Manning
Dr Quek Lit Sin
Dr Seet Chong Meng
A/Prof Shirley Ooi Beng Suat
Dr Sim Tiong Beng
Clin A/Prof Suresh PillaiGastroenterologists and hepatologists at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Bhavesh Kishor Doshi
Dr Dan Yock Young
Dr David Ong Eng Hui
Dr Dede Selamat Sutedja
Dr Fernandes Mark Lee
Prof Ho Khek Yu Lawrence
Dr Khor Jen Lock Christopher
Dr Kieron Lim Boon Leng
Dr Lee Guan Huei
Dr Lee Yin Mei
Dr Lim Lee Guan
Dr Lim Li Lin
A/Prof Lim Seng Gee
Dr Low How Cheng
Dr Michelle Gowans
Dr Vincent Lai Wai Kwan
Dr Wong Kong Min Reuben
A/Prof Yeoh Khay Guan
Conditions treated and procedures performed:colonoscopy, gastroenterology, endoscopy, helicobacter pylori, gastritis, heartburn, GERD

Endocrinologists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore (University Medicine Cluster)

A/Prof Tai E Shyong, Head & Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

Prof Cheah Jin Seng, Emeritus Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

Dr Chionh Siok Bee, Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

Dr Kao Shih Ling, Associate Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

Dr Khoo Chin Meng, Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

Prof Lee Kok Onn, Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology

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Prof Lim Pin, Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology
A/Prof Thai Ah Chuan, Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology
Conditions treated: Diabetes Mellitus, thyroid disease and weight disorders.

Hand and Reconstructive Micro-surgeons at the National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Amitabha Lahiri
Dr Chong Alphonsus
A/Prof Lim Yu Tang Aymeric
Dr Mark Edward Puhaindran
Dr Peng Yeong Pin
E/Prof Pho Robert
Dr Sandeep Jacob Sebastin
Dr Tan Meng Kiat David
Dr Tan Ter Chyan General Physicians at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Professor Vernon Oh Min Sen (Senior Consultant)
Dr Toh Kong Leong, Terry (Senior Consultant)
Dr Aisha Lateef (Consultant)
Dr Dariusz Piotr Olszyna (Consultant)
Dr Khin Saw Myint (Consultant)
Dr Manjari Lahiri (Consultant)
Dr Paul Huggan (Consultant)
Dr Adrian Mondry (Consultant)
Dr Satya Gollamudi (Associate Consultant)
Dr Farooq Akram (Associate Consultant)
Dr Goh Wei Ping (Senior Resident Physician)
Dr Janthorn Pakdeethai (Registrar)
Dr Thiha Ohn Kyaw (Registrar)Geriatricians (Specialists of the Older Adults) at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Reshma A Merchant (Senior Consultant)
Dr Melvin Chua (Consultant)
Dr Kamun Tong (Associate Consultant)
Dr Ng Shu Ee (Registrar)Neurologists and stroke specialists at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
A/P Benjamin Ong
Dr Teoh Hock Luen
Dr Bernard Chan
Dr Chan Yee Cheun
Dr June Tan Joo Hui
A/P Erle Lim
A/P Vijay Kumar Sharma
Dr Rahul Rathakrishnan
Dr Seet Raymond
Dr Derek Soon
Dr Amy Quek
Dr Leonard YeoNeonatologists at the University Medicine Cluster, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Agnihotri Biswas
Dr Chinnadurai Amutha
Dr Krishnamoorthy Niduvaje
Dr Lee Le Ye
Dr Ng Peng Mei Yvonne
A/Prof Roy Joseph
Dr Zubair Amin Orthopaedic surgeons at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Andrew Dutton
A/Prof Aziz Nather
Dr Diarmuid Murphy
Dr Fareed H. Y. Kagda
A/Prof Hee Hwan Tak
Dr Hitendra K Doshi
A/Prof James Hui
Prof Kandiah Satkunanantham
Adj A/Prof Khong Kok Sun
Prof Lee Eng Hin
Dr Lee Kevin
Dr Lingaraj Krishna
Dr Liu Gabriel
Dr Naresh Kumar
Dr Peter Lee
Prof Shamal Das De
A/Prof Suresh Nathan
Dr Tan Chyn Hong
Dr Tan Ken Jin
Dr Thambiah Joseph
Prof V Prem Kumar
Dr Wang Wilson
Prof Wong Hee Kit Paediatric surgeons at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Dale Lincoln Loh Ser Kheng
Professor Prabhakaran K

NUH PaediatricsDoctors: Paediatricians
A/Prof Allen Yeoh Eng Juh
Dr Ana Patricia Angeles Alcasabas
Dr Andrea Yeo
Dr Chan Poh Chong
Dr Chew Su Yah
Dr Chong Shang Chee
Dr Chou Ning
Dr Cindy Hia
A/Prof Daniel Goh Yam Thiam
A/Prof Denise Goh Li Meng
A/Prof Goh Li Meng Denise
A/Prof Goh Li Meng Denise
A/Prof Goh Yam Thiam Daniel
Prof Hugo Van Bever
Dr Jennifer Kiing
Dr Kao Pao Tang
Dr Koh Pei Lin
A/Prof Lee Yung Seng
A/Prof Loke Kah Yin
Prof Low Poh Sim
A/Prof Lynette Shek Pei Chi
Dr Mahesh Babu Ramamurthy
A/Prof Marion Margaret Aw Hui Yong
Clin A/Prof Ong Hian Tat
Dr Perry Lau
A/Prof Quah Thuan Chong
Prof Quak Seng Hock
A/Prof Quek Swee Chye
Dr Samuel S. Chong
A/Prof Stacey Tay Kiat Hong
Dr Tammi Quek Chaey Moon
Dr Tan Poh Lin
Dr Terence Lim Chee Wen
Prof Yap Hui Kim Restorative dentists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Dr Chan Nyat Chee
Prof Chew Chong Lin
Dr Clara Mok
A/Prof Hien Chi Ngo
Dr Hilary Thean Pik Yean
A/Prof Jennifer Neo Chiew Lian
Dr Joanne Ngo
A/Prof Keng Siong Beng
A/Prof Keson Tan Beng Choon
Dr Ngo Hien Chi
Clin A/Prof Patrick Tseng
Uy Joanne Ngo
Dr Varawan Sae-Lim
A/Prof Varawan Sae-Lim
Dr Victoria Yu General surgeons at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Adj Prof Abu Rauff
Adj Prof Tan Walter
Dr Asim Shabbir
Dr Chan Ching Wan
Dr Chang Kin Yong Stephen
Clin A/Prof Cheah Wei Keat
Dr Cheong Ee Cherk
Dr Chou Ning
Dr David Choy Kim Seng
Dr Gan Eric
Dr Iau Philip
Dr Iyer Shridhar Ganpathi
A/Prof Jimmy So
Kenneth Mak
Dr Koh Chi Siong Dean
A/Prof Krishnakumar Madhavan
Dr Lee Shu Jin
Prof Leong Adrian
Dr Liauw Jennifer
Dr Lim Jane
A/Prof Lim Thiam Chye
Dr Lomanto Davide
A/Prof Lomanto Davide
Dr Ong Wei Chen
Dr Seah Aileen
Dr Shaik Ahmad Buhari
Dr Tan Tse Kuang Charles
Dr Tang Anthony
Prof Ti Thiow Kong
Dr Victor Lee Tswen Wen
Dr Wong Kutt Sing
Dr Yeo Tseng Tsai Urologists at National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore
Chin Chong Min
Dr Chua Wei Jin
Damian Png Jin Chye
Dr David Terrence Consigliere
Assistant Professor Edmund Chiong
Dr Heng Chin Tiong
Prof Kesavan Esuvaranathan
Li Man Kay
Lim Tow Poh
Dr Tiong Ho Yee

Anesthesiologistsat National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore

A/Prof Eugene Liu Hern Choon,

A/Prof Ti Lian Kah,

A/Prof Goy Wee Lip Raymond,

A/Prof Chen Fun Gee,

A/Prof Siau Chiang,

Prof Lee Tat Leang,

Dr Ang Bee Leng Sophia,

Dr Bryan Ng Su Wei,

Dr Christopher King,

Dr Fong Jong Jeng,

Dr Lalitha Manickam,

Dr Lee Eng Kiang,

Dr Lim Tian Jin,

Dr Danny Lim Tse Jiann,

Dr Mummadi Sanjeeva Reddy,

Dr Neo Hong Jye,

Dr Pan Ling Te Terry,

Dr Poon Keah How,

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Dr Tan Bee Hong

Dr Tan Tze Siong

Dr Tan Wah Tze

Dr James Tan Wen Tien

Dr Addy Tan Yong Hui

Dr Tay Kwang Hui

Dr Constance Tham Su Ling

Dr Tham Suet Lan

Dr Thanaporn Lorchirachoonkul

Dr Usha Narasimhan Kannan

Dr Wong Weng Hoa

Dr Yuen Man Kwong

Dr Rex Joseph Morais

Dr Richard Tierney

Dr Roy Lim Tet Chen

A/Prof Siau Chiang

Dr Sim Chin Keng

Dr Sugam Survarn Kale

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FAQs

How do I see a doctor in NUH? ›

Consultations at our clinics and specialist centres are strictly by appointment only. To make, change or cancel your appointment, click here. If you have misplaced or lost your appointment card, and would like to ascertain your appointment(s) with NUH, please call us at (65) 6908 2222.

Is NUH private or government hospital? ›

It is the only public and not-for-profit hospital in Singapore to offer a comprehensive suite of specialist care for adults, women and children, as well as paediatric kidney and liver transplant programme.

Is NUH and NUS the same? ›

In 1990 the government decided to hand over the governance of the hospital to the National University of Singapore (NUS). This was in tune with the government's idea of making NUH the principal medical teaching institution of Singapore.

What does NUH Specialise in? ›

At the Department of Medicine, we are committed to ensuring that our patients receive the best possible care through our 11 specialties: Advanced Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Infectious Diseases, Nephrology, Neurology, Rheumatology, and Respiratory & Critical ...

How many beds does nuh have? ›

How do I find my Polyclinic queue number online? ›

SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP)
  1. Login via SingPass.
  2. Choose the person you are registering for.
  3. Select & register today's scheduled appointment(s). ...
  4. Answer a health Q&A. ...
  5. Once your mobile registration is successful, you will receive your queue number and assigned consult room.
Apr 15, 2020

Which hospital is best in Singapore? ›

Singapore General Hospital

Which is the biggest hospital in Singapore? ›

Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is the first and largest hospital in Singapore.

What happens if you can't pay hospital bill in Singapore? ›

Failure to provide or bear the cost of a worker's medical treatment completely is an offence under the Employment of Foreign Manpower (Work Passes) Regulations. If convicted, offenders are liable to a fine of up to $10,000 or a jail term of up to 12 months, or both.

How many patients does NUH have? ›

The NUH EMD sees more than 110,000 patients a year. We are a 24-hour centre that takes pride in working with a comprehensive list of in-house specialists to coordinate and institute evidence-based quality treatment for all medical and surgical emergencies.

Is NUH under SingHealth? ›

The National University Polyclinics group will be formed under NUHS, joining SingHealth Polyclinics and NHG Polyclinics as Singapore's third polyclinic group.

Who is the CEO of NUH? ›

Singapore — Associate Professor Eugene Liu will step down as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National University Hospital (NUH) after over four years of outstanding service. Professor Aymeric Lim, who was appointed CEO-Designate from 1 January 2021, will assume the position of CEO on 1 April 2021.

What is a surgeon doctor called? ›

General surgeons are doctors who specialize in surgical procedures. Surgery is any procedure that alters body tissues to diagnose or treat a medical condition. A general surgeon is part of a surgical team that also includes an anesthesiologist, nurses, and surgical technicians.

What is the meaning of NUH? ›

nuh (Adverb)

Meaning/Description: not, don't.

What is the surgeon? ›

A surgeon is a doctor who specializes in evaluating and treating conditions that may require surgery, or physically changing the human body. Surgeries can be done to diagnose or treat disease or injury. In the operating room, surgeons lead a team of other doctors and nurses to make sure that a procedure goes smoothly.

What is B1 ward Singapore? ›

More videos on YouTube
Ward Type & DescriptionRates*
Standard Ward Type B2 Up to 6 beds in a room semi-automated electric bedFrom S$83 per day
Standard Ward Type B1 4 beds in a room attached bath room and toilet television semi-automated electric bed choice of meals.From S$266.43 per day
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Aug 1, 2022

What is ICU bed? ›

An ICU bed is a specially designed bed for the patients under the intensive care unit. ICU beds are generally made of anti-bacterial or anti-microbial properties (which most hospital equipment are made of), but the ICU bed manufacturers do make them the way other beds are made.

What is bed occupancy rate? ›

Bed occupancy rate (BOR) is a measure of utilization of the available bed capacity in the hospital, and it indicates the percentage of beds occupied by patients in a given period of time, usually 1 year. It reflects efficiency in the use of hospital beds.

Can I just walk in to polyclinic? ›

It is possible for you to walk into the polyclinic without booking an appointment. However, you may experience a longer waiting time, as priority will be given to patients who have pre-booked their appointments before going to the polyclinic.

How can I check my medical history in Singapore? ›

You can access some of your health records by logging in to HealthHub, a national one-stop health portal, at www.healthhub.sg or by downloading the HealthHub app available on iOS and Android platforms.

What is HealthHub app? ›

About HealthHub

HealthHub is the national population enablement platform for digital health that can be conveniently accessed by Singapore residents via the online portal or mobile application to: View evidence-based health and wellness information, Access health records for self and loved ones, and.

Is SGH or nuh better? ›

SINGAPORE - Singapore General Hospital (SGH) has fallen five spots in Newsweek magazine's annual ranking of the world's best hospitals, but managed to remain in the top 10. SGH was ranked 8th in the survey of 1,600 hospitals in 21 countries, with the National University Hospital (NUH) in 31st place.

What is the most famous hospital in Singapore? ›

Singapore General Hospital

Who is the best hospital in the world? ›

The top 10 hospitals in the world:
  • Mayo Clinic.
  • Cleveland Clinic.
  • Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • Toronto General Hospital (Toronto, Canada)
  • Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore)
  • AP-HP - Hôpital Universitaire Pitié Salpêtrière (Paris, France)
Mar 2, 2022

Which hospital is oldest in Singapore? ›

The Singapore General Hospital (then known as the General Hospital) (SGH) is the first hospital built on the island and started as a humble wooden shed in a British military camp in the vicinity of Bras Basah Road and Stamford Road.

What is the best hospital in Asia? ›

Asia
rankingWorld RankInstituto
113Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital
216Taipei Veterans General Hospital
325Xinqiao Hospital Third Military Medical University
428National Taiwan University Hospital
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What is the biggest hospital in the world? ›

The Largest Hospitals in the World
RankHospital NameCapacity
1Chang Gung Memorial Hospital10,000
2West China Medical Center of Sichuan University4,300
3Clinical Center of Serbia3,500
4Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital3,400
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Oct 5, 2017

How do I get funding for medical treatment? ›

Crowdfunding Is An Easiest And Most Viable Method To Raise Funds To Pay Your Medical Expenses. Medical treatments to treat life threatening diseases like cancer or organ failure, are as expensive as Rs. 15- 20 lakhs.

Can hospital bills be paid in installments Singapore? ›

Ask for Interest-Free Instalments

This is the most common option that a hospital will grant. If you do not have the cash on you, and do not qualify for a bank loan (or a bank loan would be too onerous), you may be asked to make instalment payments at no interest.

What happens if you can't pay hospital bill? ›

Hence, when the patient, or his or her relative, fails to pay the outstanding hospital obligations, the hospital may file a civil suit for non-payment. As it is, this pandemic has not only taken its toll on our health, but also on our finances. Getting treated these days comes with a hefty price tag.

How many hospitals are there in Singapore? ›

20182020
Hospitals
Acute Hospitals 11918
► Public1010
► Not-for-Profit11
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What are the team NUH values? ›

Trust, Empower, Ambitious, Mindful, Nurturing, United, Honest.

Does National University have hospital? ›

What used to be a 330-bed hospital back in 1910 when it first opened is now a 1,500-bed hospital. Over the years, it has undergone major renovations and has expanded its services. The Out-Patient Service alone sees close to 600,000 patients in a year.

What is the difference between SingHealth and National Healthcare Group? ›

Each cluster has a medical school. For instance, NUHS currently runs the National University Hospital and six polyclinics in the west, NHG operates Tan Tock Seng Hospital and six polyclinics in the central region, while SingHealth runs Singapore General Hospital and eight polyclinics in the east.

Is SingHealth private or public? ›

IHiS and SingHealth are wholly owned subsidiaries of MOH Holdings, the holding company through which the Singapore Government owns the corporatised institutions in the public healthcare sector.

Is Nuh same as NUHS? ›

The National University Health System (NUHS) is a group of healthcare institutions in Singapore. The group was formed in 2008 and operates several hospitals, national specialty centres, and polyclinics.
...
National University Health System.
National University Hospital, the largest hospital in the NUHS
Websitewww.nuhs.edu.sg
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What do you call a female surgeon? ›

No wonder the surgeons (male at least) are happy to be Mister without needing to be reminded that once it meant Master. Female surgeons would prefer to be called Doctor than fail to be recognized as medically qualified. It really does not matter. Being a surgeon is doing what a surgeon does.

What is the most difficult surgeon to become? ›

Competitive programs that are the most difficult to match into include: Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery. Dermatology. General Surgery.
...
Less competitive specialties include:
  • Family Medicine.
  • Internal Medicine.
  • Pathology.
  • Pediatrics.
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
  • Psychiatry.

Is Nuh an Islamic name? ›

Nuh is a Muslim Boy Name. Nuh name meaning is The Biblical Noah Is The English Language Equivalent. It has multiple Islamic meaning. The name is originated from Arabic.

How do you pronounce Nuh? ›

How to Pronunce Nuh (نوح) in Arabic - Voxifier.com - YouTube

Is Nuh a name? ›

Nuh is a masculine given name. It is the Arabic form of Noah.

Why are surgeons called Mr and not Dr? ›

In London, after 1745, this was conducted by the Surgeons' Company and after 1800 by The Royal College of Surgeons. If successful they were awarded a diploma, not a degree, therefore they were unable to call themselves 'Doctor', and stayed instead with the title 'Mr'.

What is the highest paid surgeon? ›

1. Neurosurgeon – $875,000. Neurosurgeons hold the number 1 spot as the highest paid surgeons on this list, with an average reported salary of just under 1 million USD.

What is the difference between a doctor and a surgeon? ›

Unlike physicians, surgeons are the ones who operate on patients. Most operations are done to treat injuries (such as a broken arm), diseases (i.e. tumor removal), deformities etc. Other differences among physicians and surgeons include: Medical Specialties: Medical specialties between physicians and surgeons vary.

Is NUH under SingHealth? ›

The National University Polyclinics group will be formed under NUHS, joining SingHealth Polyclinics and NHG Polyclinics as Singapore's third polyclinic group.

Which hospital is under SingHealth? ›

The national specialty centres of SingHealth are located in the Singapore General Hospital Outram campus, with the exception of the National Neuroscience Institute which is also co-located in the Tan Tock Seng Hospital Novena campus.

How many public hospitals are there in Singapore? ›

20182020
Hospitals
Acute Hospitals 11918
► Public1010
► Not-for-Profit11
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Does National University have hospital? ›

What used to be a 330-bed hospital back in 1910 when it first opened is now a 1,500-bed hospital. Over the years, it has undergone major renovations and has expanded its services. The Out-Patient Service alone sees close to 600,000 patients in a year.

What is the difference between SingHealth and National Healthcare Group? ›

Each cluster has a medical school. For instance, NUHS currently runs the National University Hospital and six polyclinics in the west, NHG operates Tan Tock Seng Hospital and six polyclinics in the central region, while SingHealth runs Singapore General Hospital and eight polyclinics in the east.

Is SingHealth private or public? ›

IHiS and SingHealth are wholly owned subsidiaries of MOH Holdings, the holding company through which the Singapore Government owns the corporatised institutions in the public healthcare sector.

Is Nuh same as NUHS? ›

The National University Health System (NUHS) is a group of healthcare institutions in Singapore. The group was formed in 2008 and operates several hospitals, national specialty centres, and polyclinics.
...
National University Health System.
National University Hospital, the largest hospital in the NUHS
Websitewww.nuhs.edu.sg
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