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National University Hospital, NUH
From Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) - Turn off at Exit 8 on to South Buona Vista Road and then to Lower Kent Ridge Road
From East Coast Expressway (ECP) - The ECP connects to the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE).
Turn off at Exit 8 to South Buona Vista Road and then to Lower Kent Ridge Road.
From Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) Bus Stop, you can take:
SBS Transit Bus Service No. 97, 197, 198, SMRT Bus Service No. 963
From North Buona Vista Road Bus Stop (outside Science Park I), you can take:
SBS Transit Bus Service No. 92, 200
To get to NUH, transfer at the Buona Vista MRT Interchange to take the Circle Line and alight at the Kent Ridge Station.
The Circle Line Kent Ridge Station is at our door step.
We have two car parks for the public:
Kent Ridge Wing - Basement and Level 1
NUH Medical Centre - Level 5, 6, 7 and 7A
Car park charges (Motorcycles park for free)
Hourly: Mondays to Sundays (including Public Holidays)
0000 to 2359 - $0.035 per min
Valet service is available at a flat charge of $8 (including car park fee), located near the entrance of the NUH Medical Centre’s car park.
Weekdays 0700 - 1830 - Beside the entrance to NUH Medical Centre car park.
🛫 From Changi Airport:
Please refer to Changi Airport.
Advanced Surgical Training Centre, ASTC
Advanced Surgical Training Centre (ASTC),
National University Hospital (NUH),
Kent Ridge Wing Level 2
5 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Kent Ridge Wing Drop-Off Point
Enter North Entrance
Take the escalator down to Level 2
Enter through the left grey door
Walk all the straight until the door
You are here!
NUHS Tower Block Auditorium
National University Health System (NUHS) Tower Block,
Lobby Level 1
1E Kent Ridge Road