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Singapore plans additional national medical specialty centres

MOH has announced plans to create two new national medical specialist centres - one for heart diseases and one for cancer - in addition to the existing ones for the respective specialties, the National Heart Centre (NHC) and the National Cancer Centre (NCC).

The National University Hospital (NUH) situated at Kent Ridge / NUS has been tasked to set up these two second tertiary specialist centres.

Consultation fees increase at government hospitals/polyclinics

29 May 2007

A Straits Times report by Salma Khalik reported that fees have increased or are slated to increase soon in most public hospitals and some polyclinics.

Fees at specialist clinics for subsidised patients at four major public hospitals - Singapore General Hospital (SGH), Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), National University Hospital (NUH) and Kandang Kerbau Hospital (KKH) - have gone up to $24/25 from $20/21 previously. Fees at Alexandra Hospital (AH) and Changi General Hospital (CGH) remains the same at $20.

Jurong Medical Centre opens in Jurong West Central

In a pilot project by the Health Ministry to bring specialist healthcare services to the community, the new Jurong Medical Centre (JMC) at Jurong West Central 3 was officially opened on Sunday, 15 October 2006.

Costing $22 million, the new centre comes with advanced day surgery equipment, endoscopy services, a chronic disease management centre, x-ray facilities, dental care and eye care services (including cataract surgery).