The Bowyer Block
of the Singapore General Hospital
(SGH) at 11 Third Hospital Avenue, Singapore 168751, was designed in the neoclassical style by the architectural firm Keys & Dowdeswell and constructed in 1926. It was named after Dr. John Herbert Bowyer, a British doctor who was medical director of the SGH who died following torture by the Japanese military police during the Japanese occupation of Singapore
in World War II
. The building was gazetted as a national monument
on 11 November 2009.