National Univercity cancer institute singapore

National University Cancer Institute, Singapore

  • ESTD:1988
  • No. of beds1200
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About Hospital

The National University Cancer Institute (NCIS) is a national specialty centre that is part of the National University Health System in Singapore (NUHS). It is Singapore’s first public cancer centre that treats all paediatric and adult cancers in the same location.

The National University Cancer Institute (NCIS) offers a wide range of cancer services, from early detection and prevention to recovery and long-term care. Doctors, physicians, nurses, medical imaging practitioners, pharmacists, and rehabilitative therapists are among the professionals who bring together.

Sound medical expertise and advanced technologies are mixed with the human touch of expert surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare practitioners in creative approaches to battle cancer together, with the patient at the centre of all our programmes.

The National University Cancer Institute (NCIS) also work together with scientists to promote cancer science by turning experimental findings into applied studies for clinical trials and, finally, real therapies.

The National University Cancer Institute (NCIS) believe in educating and nurturing the next generation of healthcare practitioners in this sector, in addition to enhancing the level of treatment for cancer patients. Many of our doctors double as surgeons as well as physicians when lecturing at the National University of Singapore’s Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS). This has enabled them to stay on top of medical advances while still pushing the limits of science to help others.

The NCIS also spans three floors of the NUH Medical Centre, a 20-story landmark complex that provides one-stop holistic and systematic diagnosis, administration, and treatment for both adult and paediatric oncology patients.

The NCIS, which is located at the Medical Centre alongside other outpatient medical specialisations, draws together the resources of several health teams to offer multi-disciplinary cancer services through a simple and open one-stop forum that allows for effective appointments and treatment processes to be carried out under one roof.

Team and Specialities

  • Medical oncology
  • Surgical oncology
  • Hemato oncology
  • Pediatric oncology
  • Hematology




By Taxi

Route 1
Take Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), towards Changi Airport direction… Exit 8 on to South Buona Vista Road, turn right at traffic lights on South Buona Vista Road and go forward ahead, turn right to Kent Ridge Road after Science Park Drive.

Route 2
Take Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), towards Tuas direction… Exit 8 to South Buona Vista Road, at traffic lights, turn left and go forward ahead to South Buona Vista Road. Keep right and turn right to Kent Ridge Road after Science Park Drive.


By Bus

Route 1
From bus stop along Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), you can take:
SBS Transit Bus Service No.: 97, 197, 198 (opposite NUH only), Express 507
SMRT Bus Service No.: 963

Route 2
From Bus Stop at AYE Exit 8 (in front of Ayer Rajah Industrial Estate), you can take:
SBS Transit Bus Service No.: 14, 33


By MRT Train

Step 1: Alight at the Kent Ridge MRT station (Circle Line)

Step 2: The NUH Medical Centre is accessible via the station concourse. Use Exit C.

Step 3: Take lift from Lift Lobby B to the clinic levels.

Hospital Address

The National University Cancer Institute (NCIS)

NUH Medical Centre (NUHMC) @ Levels 8-10
5 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore – 119074


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