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Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre

Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre is the only fully branded Hopkins facility outside of the USA to be jointly owned and managed by Johns Hopkins.

Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre opened in 2000 and has been located in Tan Tock Seng Hospital since 2005. It was the first among private health care institutions in Singapore to receive Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation and offers patients a state-of-the-art oncology service with 30 inpatient beds, including a high-end presidential suite for dignitaries and an outpatient unit for chemotherapy. Staffed by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty, Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre provides outpatient diagnostic and consultation services, screening programmes, expert second opinions and inpatient care focusing on treatment of various cancers including but not limited to breast, ovarian, uterine, cervical, lung, throat, nasopharynx, stomach, liver, colon, lymphoma, myeloma, prostate, bladder and kidney. It also promotes oncology rotations, lectures, observerships and symposia to facilitate knowledge transfer between Baltimore and Singapore, and supports health awareness activities in the local community.

To find out more about Johns Hopkins International Medical Centre, visit www.imc.jhmi.edu.

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