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From 10 March 2023, the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) will fully operate from its new premises on the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) Campus. Operations in the new NCCS building progressively started from December 2022.
The new 24-storey NCCS building has increased capacity and expanded facilities dedicated to cancer care, rehabilitation, research and education to meet the growing needs of our patients and the community. The building is located close to Outram Road, next to public transport nodes, improving accessibility for patients and visitors.
With the move, NCCS will continue to serve its role as the national specialty centre for oncology to meet the cancer care needs of the nation. Designed with a patient-centric approach, the new NCCS has increased clinic space for multi-disciplinary cancer care and larger capacity to improve patient flow and experience. It also offers patients access to proven, advanced treatments such as proton therapy at the Goh Cheng Liang Proton Therapy Centre. Strategic partners such as the Singapore Cancer Society are co-located in the same premises to collaborate to improve survivorship and long-term quality of life for people affected by cancer.
30 Hospital Boulevard
See location map in Annex
Mondays to Fridays: 8:30am to 5:30pm
Saturdays: 8:30am to 12:30pm
(Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)
Tel: (65) 6436 8000
For more information, visit the NCCS website: https://for.sg/visitorinfo
For media enquiries, please contact:
Lo Sok Wan
National Cancer Centre Singapore
About the National Cancer Centre Singapore
The National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) is a leading national and regional tertiary cancer centre with specialists who are experts in treating cancer. NCCS attends to the majority of cancer cases in Singapore’s public healthcare sector. To meet growing healthcare needs, the new NCCS building has increased capacity and expanded facilities dedicated to cancer care, rehabilitation, research and education. NCCS aims to provide our patients with the best outcomes with advanced and innovative treatment such as proton therapy, offered at the new Goh Cheng Liang Proton Therapy Centre.
In addition to offering holistic and multidisciplinary oncology care, our clinicians and scientists collaborate with local and international partners to conduct robust, cutting-edge clinical and translational research. We share our depth of experience and expertise by training local and overseas medical professionals, to support NCCS’ vision to be a global leading cancer centre.
For more information, please visit: www.nccs.com.sg