Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre

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Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre is a hospital and a member of the National Healthcare Group in Singapore. Located in Tan Tock Seng Hospital, it was opened in 2000 and is the only facility owned and managed by Johns Hopkins Medicine International outside the United States.[1]

The centre has 30 inpatient beds, including a high-end presidential suite for dignitaries and an outpatient unit for chemotherapy. It services local and foreign patients from Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre is part of the Cancer Therapeutics Research Group (CTRG), a research collaboration to engage the expertise of member institutions in developing novel therapies for cancer through clinical trials. The other members of the CTRG are the National University Hospital (NUH), National University of Singapore (NUS), Sydney Cancer Centre / University of Sydney, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS).

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  1. ^ "Johns Hopkins - About Us". Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre. Retrieved 2010-11-30. 

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