An ageing population, coupled with growing affluence of our society, means that our healthcare needs are growing both quantitatively and qualitatively. NUH's current 25-year old physical infrastructure needs to evolve to meet the expanding and increasingly sophisticated healthcare needs of Singaporeans.
After several months of re-modelling works, the Main Building at NUH has been given a face lift, with a brighter and bigger entrance and new F&B outlets. The new Lobby B is steps from the Circle Line Kent Ridge MRT Station. There is also a vehicle drop-off point and taxi stand for the convenience of patients and visitors.
Other patient care facilities completed during this period include new premises for the National University Heart Centre, Singapore (NUHCS), Centre for Hand and Reconstructive Microsurgery and the Dental Centre.
We are also pleased to announce the recent opening of the Kopitiam food court and Lobby A at the Main Building (formerly known as the NUH Main Lobby).
Sporting a brand new look, the new foodcourt will provide an enhanced dining experience – with 420 seats and in a fully-airconditioned environment. Selected stalls will be open 24 hours to meet the needs of staff and visitors.