The National University Heart Centre, Singapore (NUHCS) is set up in the National University Health System to meet the growing need of providing care to the increasing number of people suffering from heart disease in Singapore. The National University Hospital (NUH) itself was established in 1985 and serves as a tertiary hospital and Academic Medical Centre for clinical and research training for the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at the National University of Singapore (NUS). NUH is a 1,160-bed tertiary hospital serving more than 670,000 outpatients and 49,000 inpatients. In the NUHCS, their experienced physicians and surgeons provide tertiary cardiac patient care, as well as train and nurture the next generation of cardiovascular healthcare providers, passing on their knowledge and skills. Patient care is backed by leading edge research in their research arm, the Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI). The aim is to advance their cardiovascular care and treatment. To fulfil their mission in patient care, research and education, most of their clinicians take on multiple roles – as doctors and surgeons, as researchers, and as teachers in the School of Medicine. This has enabled them to keep abreast of the latest medical developments and advances, to bring new treatments and cures to their patients.
National University Heart Centre at National University Hospital
Offers AVS? Yes
Offers Adrenalectomy? Yes
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