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Volume 49, Number 10
October 2020

Photo Courtesy of Institute of Mental Health

In 1928, The Mental Hospital was built in Yio Chu Kang to replace a 300-bed psychiatric facility at Sepoy Lines. It was renamed Woodbridge Hospital in 1951 in an attempt to steer away from strongly entrenched stigma associated with mental illness.

Woodbridge Hospital moved to its present premises in Buangkok Green Medical Park in 1993. Its change of name to the Institute of Mental Health reflects the hospital’s added roles in research and education.

Mental Health for All: Greater Investment – Greater Access

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The Role of Hope to Alleviate Anxiety in COVID-19 Outbreak among Community Dwellers: An Online Cross-sectional Survey

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Medical Costs Associated with Severity of Chronic Kidney Disease in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Singapore

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Adoption of Robotic Liver, Pancreatic and Biliary Surgery in Singapore: A Single Institution Experience with Its First 100 Consecutive Cases

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The Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus Vaccine in Recalcitrant Acral Warts: A Retrospective Study

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