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Endocrinology

​The Division of Endocrinology provides comprehensive care for a broad spectrum of diabetes mellitus and endocrine disorders. This includes conditions related to the thyroid, pituitary, adrenal, gonadal glands, as well as calcium, bone, and metabolic disorders. As a tertiary referral centre, our services cover both inpatient and outpatient care. Our multidisciplinary team, comprising doctors and allied health professionals, is committed to delivering integrated and quality clinical care.

Aligned with NUHS's vision as an Academic Health System, we are actively engaged in research and the education of both undergraduate and postgraduate medical and allied health professionals. Our staff are recognised experts in their fields, contributing to the development of clinical guidelines and practices for the Ministry of Health. 

Our research areas are diverse, ranging from large epidemiology programmes to detailed metabolic assessments, cellular and molecular biology, clinical trials and innovative healthcare delivery models. We maintain active collaborations with both international and national universities and institutions, and conduct joint studies with other departments within the National University of Singapore.  We aim to transform healthcare with the application of knowledge from our research and to bridge research methodologies into clinical practice.   

Recognised as one of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited centres for advanced training in Endocrinology, we have an active overseas fellowship programme recognised regionally. Trainees from this programme have successfully continued their practice in countries such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam. Our staff are also active members and contributors to the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine undergraduate medical training and serve as faculty and tutors in the ACGME-accredited internal medicine residency programme.



 

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