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The National University Hospital (NUH) is the first university hospital in Singapore, and a major tertiary and referral institution. While NUH opened its doors on 24 June 1985, its legacy goes back to the founding of what is today the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 1905.  It is the principal teaching hospital of the medical school and the NUS Faculty of Dentistry.

An Academic Medical Centre under Singapore's National University Health System, NUH provides affordable specialist care for patients, training for healthcare professionals, and undertakes translational bench-to-bedside research to improve care.

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.


The National University Hospital (NUH) is the first university hospital in Singapore, and a major tertiary and referral institution. While NUH opened its doors on 24 June 1985, its legacy goes back to the founding of what is today the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 1905.  It is the principal teaching hospital of the medical school and the NUS Faculty of Dentistry.

An Academic Medical Centre under Singapore's National University Health System, NUH provides affordable specialist care for patients, training for healthcare professionals, and undertakes translational bench-to-bedside research to improve care.

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.

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