Health Care

​​The medical centre on campus is operated by Fullerton Healthcare Group.

There are some private clinics that are located in the vicinity of the campus.

Medical CentreLocationConsultat​ion Hours

On Campus

  • All matriculated full-time undergraduate, graduate, inbound exchange and inbound non-graduating students who have paid the Student Health Service Fee are eligible for the Medical Scheme.
  • This Fee is collected through the student bill.
  • The Scheme covers visits to clinics managed by the ​Fullerton Healthcare Group.
  • For details of the Scheme and listing of clinics, please click here.
  • NTU staffs are eligible for the Flexible Benefits (FlexBen@NTU)
Fullerton Healthcare @ NTUIt is located at the University Health Service Building beside Student Services Centre
36 Nanyang Avenue
Singapore 639801
Call 6793-6828 during office hours for enquiries.
The private dental clinic located within the medical center is contactable at 6790-8331. However, as dental treatment is excluded under the Medical Scheme, the full private fees are chargeable for the dental services.
Monday to Friday:
8.30am to 9.00pm
(last registration 30 mins before closing)

9.30am to 12.00pm
(last registration at 11.30am)
Sunday & Public Holidays:
NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic
@ School of Biological Sciences
It is located at the lobby of School of Biological Sciences.

NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic,

60 Nanyang Drive, SBS-01s-68, Singapore 637551

Call 6592-1732 or 6592-1733 during office hours for enquiries.

Clinic is open to the public.

Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat:
9.00AM – 5.00PM
(Last registration at 4.30PM;
Last registration for Friday is at 4.15PM.)

Thurs :
9.00AM – 5.30PM, 6.00PM – 8.30PM
(Last registration for Thursday at 8PM.)


There are several private clinics that are near NTU. You may wish to visit National University Health Systems (NUHS) for a comprehensive list of clinics in Singapore.

Please note that visits to private clinics are at your own expense. ​



Access to Health Care Resources

We are dedicated to providing sensitive and confidential health care services through our clinics and we encourage all staff and students to consult our clinics’ doctors and health-care professionals for any health-related issues.

However, we also recognize that students and staff may seek additional health care resources. In this regard, please click here to access additional resources by Health Hub Singapore

For information and educational resources related specifically to sexual and reproductive health care, please refer to the Sexual Health Guide.