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).
It is now known as the Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre (IMC) and based at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) premises in the Novena area of central Singapore. The IMC now specialises in oncology (cancer) services for local and foreign private patients. It also organizes education services and programmes for the medical community and the general public.
Map of Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical CentreFollowing is a map of the location of Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre and its surrounding area. Show all of Singapore
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