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The National University Health System (NUHS) is one of three public healthcare clusters in Singapore, and an integrated Academic Health System and Regional Health System that delivers value-driven, innovative and sustainable healthcare in Singapore.  

We leverage our unique position as an Academic Health System to tap on the wealth of resources residing within the National University of Singapore (NUS). Through collaborations with NUS faculties, we are able to draw upon their academic, research and creative capabilities to develop solutions for existing and emerging health and healthcare needs. 

As a Regional Health System, we work in close collaboration with community hospitals, general practitioners, family medicine clinics, nursing homes and other community partners to provide integrated care to the community.

With member institutions under one Academic Health System, NUHS creates synergies as a fully integrated cluster to provide seamless care, develop solutions for Singapore's healthcare challenges and nurture the next generation of healthcare professionals.


As Singapore's academic health system, we are rooted in our triple mission of care, education and research. Our research generates new solutions to the health challenges we grapple with today, and our health schools build upon what we know, to train the next generation of healthcare professionals to surpass us. Here is a collection of videos and articles to show how we are creating tomorrow's health, today.
Endeavour AI
24 Apr 2024
AI technologies enable us to predict and detect diseases more effectively by harnessing data from across hospitals and polyclinics within the NUHS ecosystem.
Our NUHS team has developed Endeavour AI, a dynamic data platform capable of streaming real-time data from any location, at any time. This innovative platform equips NUHS healthcare professionals with live insights derived from our AI tools, facilitating informed decision-making and proactive care delivery.

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02 Apr 2024
The NUHS App aims to transform care delivery, shifting services from physical to digital platforms, empowering patients to manage their healthcare needs.
By enabling patients to handle routine tasks such as making appointments and registrations within the app, it saves patients approximately 30,000 hours per month.
Find out how the NUHS App is evolving to transform care.

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10 Mar 2024
Ranked as the fourth most common cause of cancer-related deaths, gastric cancer claims up to 500 lives in Singapore annually. Globally, it causes almost one million deaths a year. 

Discover how a blood test, developed by researchers and clinicians at NUH, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, and partners in Singapore and Korea, could potentially reduce death rates.

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In-utero Stem Cell Transplantation (IUSCT)
28 Jan 2024
Approximately 6% of babies worldwide are born with some form of medical or genetic condition every year.

To help these individuals live a fuller life, a team of clinician scientists, found a way to administer treatments for selected conditions while the fetuses are still in the womb.

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Spine AI Imaging
17 Jan 2024
Every month at NUH, clinicians order about 1000 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans - each of which takes an average of 100 seconds to generate.

To shorten this process - and allow patients to receive treatment earlier - a team of NUH doctors developed Spine Imaging AI, which helps clinicians swiftly and more consistently pick up abnormalities in a scan.

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Endomaster Ease System
30 Nov 2023
Every year, NUH performs up to 15,000 cases of endoscopy, a procedure that not only allows doctors to visualise the inside of a person’s body to diagnose diseases in specific parts but also facilitates treatment. While endoscopy is a significantly safer method of accessing a person’s body, its capabilities can be limited by narrow access.

Discover how a senior consultant from NUH figured a way to overcome these limitations over a meal of chilli crab.

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Presently, members of NUHS comprise tertiary, acute and community hospitals, national specialty centres, polyclinics, a medical centre as well as academic health sciences institutions.

Find out more about them below.

Tertiary, Acute & Community Hospitals

National Specialty Centres

 Polyclinics, Medical Centre, NUHS Diagnostics & Pharmacy

Pioneer Polyclinic under National University Polyclinics

National University Polyclinics (NUP)
Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Clementi, Choa Chu Kang, Jurong, Pioneer & Queenstown

Academic Health Sciences Institutions


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