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National Skin Centre


The National Skin Centre (NSC) is an outpatient specialist dermatological centre with a team of dermatologists who have the experience and expertise to treat almost any skin condition. It handles a patient load of about 1,000 patients daily.

National Skin Centre started its operations on 1 November 1988 after taking over the treatment of skin diseases from Middle Road Hospital. This government-restructured institution is a subsidiary of the National Healthcare Group (NHG) and shares the NHG vision of “Adding years of healthy life”.

As a tertiary healthcare institution, National Skin Centre provides specialised dermatological services, trains medical students and postgraduates, and undertakes research in dermatology.

National Skin Centre also conducts Continuing Medical Education for doctors and paramedical personnel. Its researchers ensure that patient management is best tailored to the local population.

For more information about the National Skin Centre, please visit www.nsc.com.sg.​

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