The women on the front line in NUH's battle against coronavirus

(From left) The National University Hospital's head and senior consultant of the division of infectious diseases Associate Professor Sophia Archuleta, chief operating officer Clara Sin and director of hospital epidemiology Natasha Bagdasarian. PHOTOS: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM
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The coronavirus outbreak in Singapore is not showing any signs of letting up. The same goes for the women at the forefront of the battle at the National University Hospital (NUH).

Associate Professor Sophia Archuleta, head and senior consultant of the division of infectious diseases at NUH, oversees a team of 16 doctors taking care of infected patients admitted to the hospital.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 08, 2020, with the headline The women on the front line in NUH's battle against coronavirus. Subscribe