The SingHealth Duke-NUS Sleep Centre is the largest centre
in Singapore to provide integrated quality care, clinical
education and research for Sleep Disorders.
SingHealth Duke-NUS Sleep Centre A Multidisciplinary Centre for Sleep Disorders
The SingHealth Duke-NUS Sleep Centre is the largest centre in Singapore to provide integrated quality care, clinical education and research for Sleep Disorders. The centre is dedicated to establishing the best academic and clinical programme in Sleep Medicine and Sleep Science.
With the most comprehensive range of services for the evaluation, treatment and education of its patients, it brings together clinicians and researchers to deliver the best patient outcome at six key SingHealth institutions:
- Singapore General Hospital (SGH)
- Changi General Hospital (CGH)
- Sengkang General Hospital (SKH)
- KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH)
- National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS)
- National Neuroscience Institute (NNI), Tan Tock Seng Hospital campus
Our Sleep Specialists come from a multidisciplinary background with respiratory physicians, neurologists, ENT surgeons, psychiatrists and psychologists, all working in a collaborative environment to optimise the evaluation and treatment of patients with Sleep Disorders.
TRAINING AND EDUCATION
The centre aims to further the development of Sleep Medicine in Singapore, through regular outreach and educational programs for both the public, as well as general practitioners and medical colleagues. It conducts regular forums, Sleep Medicine courses, as well as the Singapore Sleep Symposium.
A Sleep Fellowship Training Programme offers participants the opportunity to work with experienced Sleep Specialists from various departments, across all SingHealth Duke-NUS cluster hospitals and medical centres.
Our full range of integrated services include the evaluation and treatment of all Sleep Disorders in adults and paediatrics:
- Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
- Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome
- Central Sleep Apnoea
- Complex Sleep Apnoea
- Overlap Syndrome
- Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
- REM-Behavioural Disorders
- Periodic Limb Movements and Restless Legs Syndrome
Besides outpatient consultation services, the centre offers in-laboratory Sleep Studies as well as Home Studies. A Sleep Study involves several measurements, including the brain wave activity, respiratory breathing patterns and leg movements.
For GP referrals to the SingHealth Duke-NUS Sleep Centre, please call:
6321 4402 (SGH)
6850 3333 (CGH)
6472 2000 (SKH)
6294 4050 (KKH)
6324 8798 (NDCS)
6357 7095 (NNI)