About Singapore Health Services (SingHealth)

The SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre draws on the collective strengths of SingHealth and Duke-NUS Medical School to drive the transformation of healthcare and provide affordable, accessible, quality healthcare. With over 40 clinical specialties, a network of acute hospitals, national specialty centres, polyclinics and community hospitals, it delivers comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and integrated care. To enhance community care, the new Outram Community Hospital on SGH Campus will be completed in 2020. 

Members of the SingHealth group

  • Hospitals (Tertiary Specialty Care):
    Singapore General Hospital, Changi General Hospital, KK Women's and Children's Hospital,
    Sengkang General Hospital

  • National Specialty Centres (Tertiary Specialty Care):
    National Cancer Centre Singapore, National Dental Centre Singapore, National Heart Centre Singapore,
    National Neuroscience Institute, and Singapore National Eye Centre

  • SingHealth Polyclinics (Primary Care):
    Bedok, Bukit Merah, Marine Parade, Outram, Pasir Ris, Punggol, Sengkang, and Tampines

  • Community Hospitals (Intermediate and Long-term Care):
    Bright Vision Hospital, Sengkang Community Hospital, Outram Community Hospital
    (expected completion: 2020)

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About Duke-NUS

The Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) was established in 2005 as a strategic collaboration between the Duke University School of Medicine, located in North Carolina, USA and the National University of Singapore (NUS). Duke-NUS offers a graduate-entry, 4-year MD (Doctor of Medicine) training programme based on the unique Duke model of education, with one year dedicated to independent study and research projects of a basic science or clinical nature. Duke-NUS also offers MD/PhD and PhD programmes. As a player in Singapore's biomedical community, Duke-NUS has identified five signature Research Programmes: Cancer & Stem Cell Biology, Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disorders, and Health Services and Systems Research.

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To nurture our educators and impart to them the necessary competencies in teaching and educational pedagogies, the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM•EI) was launched in September 2012. A joint institute of Duke-NUS and SingHealth, AM•EI brings together educational expertise from a community of excellent educators and leaders in education, committed to excellence in teaching and learning. Tailored to the needs of clinician educators of all levels, AM•EI offers faculty development programmes to enhance teaching competencies for educators to raise teaching standards as they nurture healthcare professionals. In teaching well, we give our patients the best care.

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SingHealth Academy, as the education arm of the largest healthcare cluster in Singapore, is committed to providing high quality clinical training and education to nurture a multidisciplinary team of committed, competent and capable healthcare professionals and leaders.

Building on the collective strengths of its Colleges and Institute, the Academy will play a central role in Interprofessional Education (IPE), promoting greater collaboration, synergy and innovation across the various institutions and professions in SingHealth. It will offer a wide range of coordinated education pathways for healthcare professionals across the continuum – from undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate, to continuing education and faculty development.

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