Pages about hospitals.

National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS)

The National Cancer Centre of Singapore (NCCS) provides clinical services to cancer patients, conducts clinical and basic research, and develops public education programmes directed at the prevention and treatment of cancer. The Centre also undertakes training and education of medical, radiation and surgical oncologists and other allied health personnel for the healthcare community.

Mount Elizabeth Hospital

Opened in 1979, Mount Elizabeth Hospital (popularly called Mount E or Mount E Hospital) is a private tertiary healthcare provider in Singapore that also caters to regional patients. It is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI). Mt. Elizabeth Hospital is part of the Parkway Holdings stable of hospitals. The hospital is located in the heart of Singapore's Orchard Road, behind The Paragon shopping mall.

KK Women's And Children's Hospital (KKH)

Established in 1924, KK* Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) is Singapore's largest provider of specialised medical care for women, babies and children. It is a 830-bed tertiary referral hospital for obstetrics, gynaecological and paediatric healthcare with a staff of over 2,500 of which more than 150 are specialist doctors. It is also a training hospital for obstetrics and gynaecology, neonatology and paediatrics.

* The former name was Kandang Kerbau Hospital.