Population: 2.8 million
For employment opportunities contact: Centre Director in London, Contact Singapore, Charles House, Lower Ground Floor, 5–11 Regent Street, London SW1Y 4LR Tel: 020 7976 2090 Fax: 020 7976 2091 e-mail email@example.com
A license to practice medicine is available after completing one year as a houseman at an approved hospital from: The Singapore Medical Council (address below)
Ministry of Health, College of Medicine, 16 College Road, Singapore
169854 Tel: +65 325 9220 Fax: 224 1677 www.gov.sg/moh
National University of Singapore, Faculty of Medicine, 10 Medical Drive, Singapore 117597 Tel: +65 874 3297 Fax: 778 5743 www.med.nus.edu.sg
Another useful address is: The Graduate School of Medical Studies, National University of Singapore, Blk MD5, Level 3, 12 Medical Drive, Singapore 117598 Tel: +65 874 3353 Fax: 773 1462.
Hospital, 5, Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore
119074 Tel: +65 (1)800 772 5555 www.nuh.com.sg
Some Specialist Areas:
National Eye Centre, 11 Third Hospital Avenue,
Singapore 168751 Tel: +65 2277 255 Fax:
2277 290 www.snec.com.sg
This is the principal specialist eye facility in Singapore and in the
compound of Singapore General Hospital.
Hospice Care Association. 6 Dunearn Road, Singapore 1130.
Institute of Science and Forensic Medicine, 11 Outram Road, Singapore 169078 Fax: +65 2290749 www.gov.sg/moh/isfm. The institute has seven forensic pathologists and deals with the gruesome and not-so-gruesome aspects of forensic pathology.
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