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SGH Campus Development Plans

26 May 2016

SGH Campus is undergoing renewal as we build new facilities to meet current and future needs. The major projects include a new community hospital as well as a new home for the National Cancer Centre of Singapore.

SGH Campus Master Plan

The SGH Campus of the future will be Singapore’s largest medical campus when completed. It will provide patients with healthcare that is easily accessible, integrated and seamlessly connected to cutting-edge research and education, translating to better health outcomes for patients.


Use public transport

Some car parks and buildings are making way for the new facilities. With limited parking lots, you are advised to use public transport to get to SGH Campus. We are well served by taxis, and shuttle buses will ferry you to the Outram MRT station.


Car parks closed

From 27 Apr 2015 – car park opposite SGH Block 3. Most of the lots there are already closed to make way for the new community hospital.
From 1 Apr 2015 – URA carpark along Kampong Bahru Road.
For more information on the car park closure, please click here

Where to park

  • Car Park H at MacAlister Road: Multi-Storey Car Park & Open Space Car Park 
    From Bukit Merah, enter right after the CTE ramp.
    From CTE or Outram Road, enter via College Road.
    Shuttle bus service at 10-min intervals to/from SGH Block 4
  • National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) Basement Car Park
    Enter from Kampong Bahru Road.

Getting to National Heart Centre Singapore

From SGH, an underpass allows pedestrians to cross safely to the National Heart Centre. The entrance is located next to the car porch at SGH Block 4. A lift and an escalator will bring you down to the Basement 1 of the new NHCS building.

Building the new National Cancer Centre Singapore

A new building to house the National Cancer Centre Singapore will be built at the junction of Outram Road and 2nd Hospital Drive.
Areas affected: 

  • Intermittent diversion of vehicular traffic along 2nd Hospital Drive between October 2014 and October 2015
  • Closure of Car Park I (next to Mistri Wing) from December 2014 to May 2015
  • Demolition of the old Pathology Building in the first quarter of 2015.

The new Thomson-East Coast MRT Line

Concurrently, preparation work for the new Thomson-East Coast MRT Line has started. Road diversion and lane closure will result in slower traffic flow along Outram Road. Longer waiting time for the SGH Campus shuttle service is expected.

New pedestrian overhead bridge along Outram Road

A new pedestrian overhead bridge 50m away will replace the existing one along Outram Road. It will have passenger lifts for the convenience of elderly visitors.

Visitor Policy

To find out more about SGH visitor policy, please click here.

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Last Modified Date :26 May 2016