The National University Hospital is located in the vicinity of the medical faculty of the National University of Singapore at Kent Ridge. Its a teaching hospital for the university cum a world class research centre.
NUHKIDS service is provided by The Childrens Medical Institute (CMI) of the National University Hospital (NUH). Childrens Medical Institute made up of the Department of Paediatrics, Paediatric Surgery, Neonatology, and Childrens Emergency of NUH, is a tertiary paediatric centre equipped to provide comprehensive and specialised medical and surgical services for infants, children and teenagers seeking personalised specialist care, counselling for acute childhood illnesses.
The Gastroenterology & Hepatology Department at NUH provides a comprehensive blend of diagnostic and therapeutic services for digestive and liver diseases. Backed by a team of dedicated specialists, it aims to provide personalised, specialised, cost-effective and quality care for its patients. Its also constantly endeavours to stay in the forefront in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology.
NUH has a team of highly skilled eye surgeons offering a full array of diagnostic and therapeutic eye services. They aim to provide excellent and cost-effective care for patients with eye diseases as well as educate patients, nurses, and medical students and doctors in the principles and practice of eye diseases.
Its comprehensive range of eye services include:
- Cataract Service
- Glaucoma Service
- LASIK Surgery
- Medical and Surgical Retina Service
- Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Service (Eyelid, Lacrimal and Orbit)
- Cornea Service
- Paediatric Ophthalmology
- Ocular inflammation and immunology Service
The National University Hospital Singapore was originally owned Temasek Holdings a Singapore government investment holding company. NUH later came under the Singapore ministry of Health's Health Corporation of Singapore (HCS) in the year 1987. In 1990, the government decided to hand over the governance of NUH to the National University of Singapore. This was in line with the government's objective of making NUH the principal medical teaching institution of Singapore. Also a centre for medical excellence and research. The Singapore government also decided to make highly specialised departments available only at two locations- SGH (Singapore General Hospital) and NUH. All the other major hospitals were to house general speciality departments only. Since NUH was too large of a financial entity to be entirely transferred at one shot, the hospital first reverted back to Temasek Holdings before being transferred to National University of Singapore in phases.
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