Pages about hospitals.

Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre

Johns Hopkins Singapore (JHS) was established by The Johns Hopkins University in 1998 as its base of medical operations in South East Asia. It was Johns Hopkins' first clinical healthcare facility established outside of the United States. JHS' objectives then included conducting research, education and providing patient care. The clinical arm was initially named as Johns Hopkins-NUH International Medical Centre and co-located with the National University Hospital (NUH).

Institute Of Mental Health (IMH) (Formerly Woodbridge Hospital)

The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) is a 2,400-bed acute tertiary psychiatric hospital. It has wards for inpatients as well as two specialist outpatient clinics. Started by the British colonial government in 1928 as the Mental Hospital, the institute was renamed Woodbridge Hospital in 1951. In 1993, it shifted to its current Hougang/Buangkok campus and was reorganized as the Institute of Mental Health/Woodbridge Hospital (IMH/WH). Since 2007/2008, the use of the Woodbridge Hospital name has been dropped.

St Luke's Hospital

St Luke’s Hospital, started in 1996, is a community hospital that provides medical, nursing and rehabilitative care for the needy elderly. The hospital started out as St Luke's Hospital for the Elderly Sick but was renamed to the current name in 2004. Despite this, the hospital continues its core focus on geriatric medicine and care.

Since 2005, the hospital has had an outpatient clinic to serve discharged patients returning for follow-up care.

St Luke's Hospital is located in Bukit Batok in the western part of Singapore.