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About NCID

About NCID

The National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) is a 330-bed purpose-built facility designed to strengthen Singapore’s capabilities in infectious disease management and prevention.

NCID houses clinical services, public health, research, training and education, and community engagement under one overarching structure.  In addition to the functions of the Communicable Disease Centre (clinical treatment of infectious diseases and outbreak management), the functional units of NCID include the Infectious Disease Research and Training Office, the National Public Health and Epidemiology Unit, the National Public Health Laboratory​, the National HIV Programme, the National TB Programme, ​the Antimicrobial Resistance Coordinating Office, and the Infection Prevention, Control and Outreach Office of NCID.

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Benchmarked to international standards and best practices for treatment and safety, NCID will better enhance Singapore’s ability to respond effectively to infectious outbreaks.


View the NCID Corporate Brochure here.


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