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Old July 2nd, 2010, 04:51 AM   #1
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Health Care Systems and Facilitiies in Cambodia

Royal Phnom Penh Hospital
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Old July 2nd, 2010, 04:53 AM   #2
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I wonder if this is a private health care provider, right? It is not public, right?
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Old July 2nd, 2010, 04:54 AM   #3
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Vietnam invests 40 million US dollars to build hospital in Phnom Penh

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Vietnamese side and joint venture with a local Cambodian company invested 40 million US dollars to build a modern hospital in Phnom Penh of Cambodia and the officially opening ceremony of the groundbreaking will preside over by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen tomorrow.

This afternoon, Phnom Penh governor Ke Chupmeta, and tycoon Sok Kong joined together with Vietnamese side to celebrate the Buddhist ceremony for the groundbreaking ceremony tomorrow.

“This new hospital will help reduce the number of the local Cambodian people to travel aboard for the medical treatment and health check-up,” Phnom Penh governor said, adding that it also saves time and money expenditure for the treatment.

“It will equip modern technology facilities and international standard one in the city,” he said.

This hospital will construct on 5 hectares of land in Mean Chey district of Phnom Penh.
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Old July 2nd, 2010, 04:56 AM   #4
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I wonder if this is a private health care provider, right? It is not public, right?
I have no idea, but many hospitals in Phnom Penh (especially the good one) are owned by the private providers.
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Old July 27th, 2010, 08:20 PM   #5
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Bangkok Hospital to build third facility in Cambodia

By THE NATION Published on July 28, 2010


Bangkok Hospital Medical Centre plans to build a third hospital in Phnom Penh now that its two existing facilities in Cambodia are operating at full capacity.


CEO Chatree Duangnet recently said the new hospital would be of a similar size to and offer much the same services as Bangkok Hospital in Soi Soonvijai, Bangkok.


The company expects the third hospital to complete construction and become operational by the end of next year.


The investment budget for the new facility has yet to be finalised, he said.


Bangkok Hospital is also planning to open medical centres in Vietnam and Laos in the second half of this year, following the success of the first such clinic in Burma, said Chatree.


The number of Burmese patients coming to Bangkok Hospital in Thailand in the first half of this year increased by 40 per cent year on year.


As regards investment in Thailand, Bangkok Hospital will allocate Bt700 million to set up a hospital in Khao Yai, in Nakhon Ratchasima province. It will be a medium-size facility with 60 to 70 beds, and the company expects to complete construction by the end of this year.


The CEO said earlier that Bangkok Hospital had purchased land on Mitraphab Road adjacent to the Outlet Village, and that it was designing the new hospital.


Chatree said foreign patient numbers, particularly those from the Middle East, had rebounded to the normal level since the end of the political mayhem in May.


For example, patient numbers from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar in the first half of the year increased by 5 per cent and 105 per cent, respectively.


Bualuang Securities forecast in its research that the net profit of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BMDS), which owns Bangkok Hospital, in the third and fourth quarters of this year would be markedly higher than in the second quarter, when the hospital was affected by the political turmoil. Besides, it is the high season for Middle East patients visiting Thailand for medical purposes.


The brokerage estimated BMDS's second-quarter net profit at Bt312 million, its lowest quarterly earnings this year. This would represent 7-per-cent year-on-year growth, but a drop of 59 per cent quarter on quarter.


Spending per patient increased by 7 per cent in the first quarter and 5 per cent in the second quarter, despite a decline in the number of patients. This was largely due to a rise in the number of patients visiting the Kingdom for the treatment of complex diseases.
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Royal Rattanak Hospital

http://www.royalrattanakhospital.com

No. 11 Street 592
Boeung Kok 2, Toul Kok
Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia

Tel: (+855) 23 991-000, ext. 1115
(+855) 23 365-555, ext. 1115
Mobile: (+855) 89 368-677 (direct line)
(+855) 16 557-667 (24 hrs)
Fax: (+855) 23 986-592


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Old July 28th, 2010, 05:07 PM   #7
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I want to see ''Bumrungrad International Hospital'' in Phnom Penh. Many patients from Cambodia go to this hospital.
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Cambodia needs much more Hospitals in the Villages because in Villages are much Lanbdmines and the Landmine Victims take too long to drive to Phnom Penh.
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Japanese neurosurgical institute plans to open general hospital in Cambodia




A rendition of the large-scale general hospital planned by Kitahara Neurosurgical Institute to be built in Cambodia. (Image by Kitahara Neurosurgical Institute)Kitahara Neurosurgical Institute, one of Japan's leading neurosurgical medical centers, is planning to open a large-scale general hospital in Cambodia early next year, a first for a Japanese hospital, it has been learned.

Officials at the hospital are aiming to set up a facility with emergency care capabilities in Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh in February. The facility will offer medical services to both Japanese citizens living in Cambodia and to citizens of Cambodia, where a wealthy class has begun to grow. Doctors at the facility will also work to improve the level of medical technology in the country.

Over the course of seven years, officials plan to build both a medical college and a large general hospital with around 1,000 hospital beds that will bring in patients from countries around Southeast Asia. Officials plan to make the hospital a private corporation that will receive its funding from private sector investors and hope to have the hospital listed on Cambodia's stock market.

The hospital will be equipped with advanced, Japanese-made medical equipment. "We want to export medical and environmental technologies to Southeast Asia," says Shigemi Kitahara, chair of the board of directors of Kitahara Neurosurgical Institute. With pressing competition from Germany in the export of medical equipment, Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) has decided to lend its support to the project and is currently working out the specifics of how it will do so.

The hospital will not be the first Japanese medical facility in Asia -- a medical facility in Okayama Prefecture previously opened doctor's offices in Shanghai and other locations. However, with the decreasing population in Japan and medical costs already as high as the government will permit, running a hospital in Japan is becoming more financially difficult. Other leading hospitals in Tokyo have also begun considering expanding abroad, marking a change in direction for what has traditionally been a domestic-oriented industry.

In Cambodia, which is suffering from a severe shortage of doctors, it is possible to practice with a Japanese medical license. Furthermore, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations plans to liberalize the use of medical services across different member nations, which is expected to allow hospitals to easily expand into other countries after establishing bases in Cambodia.

A spokesperson for International Design Japan, a consulting company that assists with the development of medical services abroad, says that in the last six months, the number of consultations with medical facilities about expanding overseas was three times greater than during the same period last year, with as many as 40 consultations on some days.

"Doctors are increasingly worried that because of drops in tax revenues, national and local governments may not be able to pay enough in insurance payments to keep hospitals going," says company representative Katsuhisa Kawasaki.

Meanwhile, a Tokyo dentist who plans to expand business to Cambodia says, "There is a serious problem of people refraining from going to the hospital in Japan because of the recession. The age when doctors could rely on a steady income is over."

Managing director Tsutomu Horikawa of Akita-based Sano Drug Group, which manages pharmacies and wholesale medical supplies, says, "We have to shift our focus from Japan, with its declining population, to overseas." Next spring, the group will begin offering a 24-hour translation service in Guangzhou, China, geared for Japanese patients.

Thanks to factors such as its economic growth, Asia is expected by countries around the world to experience a surge in demand for medical services, and competition among these countries to attract doctors is already beginning. If the number of doctors and hospitals in Japan giving up on Japan's medical system and shrinking market and moving overseas increases, some fear one result will be a hollowing out of Japan's medical services.

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Old December 15th, 2010, 01:06 AM   #10
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Thats great news. Japan is ready to contribute for economic development in Cambodia. We hope to see investmemt fro Japan
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Old December 15th, 2010, 08:14 AM   #11
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Very nice hospital !!
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Old December 16th, 2010, 03:55 AM   #12
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Cambodia needs much more Hospitals in the Villages because in Villages are much Lanbdmines and the Landmine Victims take too long to drive to Phnom Penh.
How many people are injured / killed by landmine each year? And how many hospital do you need so they are reachable by all these people.

Is probably cheaper to air-lift all of them to Phnom Penh. But obviously, you still needs hundreds of clinics in remote country side to handle people that got sick.
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Old March 5th, 2011, 06:26 AM   #13
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Rattanac Hospital
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Phnom Penh Eye Centre
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Is there a world class (probably expensive) dental hospital? Something people can trust without any doubt. Hygenie, and all that.
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Up until now i don't see any ''World Class'' hospital here in Phnom Penh. Calmette Hospital is prefered by many locals. Is there a dental department within the hospital?
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Pachem is a good dental clinic
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Pachem is a good dental clinic
I had my teeth refilled with them a few year. They did an exceptional job but very expensive compare others locally. However, the dental assistants were very cute, that compensates the high price.
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I had my teeth refilled with them a few year. They did an exceptional job but very expensive compare others locally.
How much did you pay?
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How much did you pay?
couldn't remember exactly, but around $60.

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