Need health checkup? Healthcare services in Cambodia is not the best in Southeast Asia, but it has been improving significantly. This is a list of some of the best private hospitals and clinics in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
A List of the Best Hospitals and Clinics in Phnom Penh
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia, this is the first Japanese-run hospital opened in late 2016. The Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh has a 52-bed health service with more than 100 members of staff, of which 30 percent are Japanese.
When Cambodians need good treatment, where do they go? For the middle class Khmers, they travel to Vietnam or Thailand. For the Khmer riches or elite, they fly to Singapore.
Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh has a 52-bed health service with more than 100 members of staff, of which 30 percent are Japanese. The $35 million Japanese-run hospital wants to change that for good. Backed by Kitahara International Hospital group, the Japanese-run hospital will open its door on October 17, 2016. The high standard hospital will serve both locals and expats.
“Common sickness and injuries, emergency response and healthcare management (complete medical checkup) that were previously insufficient will be covered so that we can take a part of the Cambodian medical infrastructure and help the people living a healthy lifestyle,” wrote the Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh’s CEO Toshiaki Fukuda.
The hospital operation is being run by team of Japanese doctors, nurses and relating medical professionals, who also provide training and working with well-experienced Cambodian medical staff members.
The hospital has 13 departments, including emergency, trauma, infectons, general internal medicine, general surgery, gastrointinal medicine, cardiology, remote consultation, neurosurgery, neuroendovascualar, neurology, rehabilitation, and health checkup. “The hospital will offer emergency medical treatment for brain and heart disorders, injuries from traffic accidents and medical checkups, and will continue working toward the establishment of general hospital services, including obstetrics, pediatrics and rehabilitation and their associated information technology and education systems,” Shigemi Kitahara, the founder and adviser to Sunrise Japan Hospital, told Japan Times.
Khema International Polyclinic
Khema Clinic in Boeung Keng Kang 1 (BKK1) has a good reputation. It has been recommended by many parents. Housed in a new building, the clinic is clean, very professional. Khmer Clinic is specialized in prenatal and pediatrics. The first Khema International Polyclinic in 2012 in Toul Kork district. More and more expats and foreigners prefer Khema for its high standard services.
Address: No 28, 294 Oknha Chrun You Hak St. (294), Phnom Penh
Beoung Keng Kang 1 (BKK 1) branch: #28, Street 294, BKK1
Phone: 089 911 911. Hours Open: 24 hours
Phnom Penh Family Medical Clinic
Specializes in orthopedics.
Address: St 336, Phnom Penh
Phone: 070 321 121
Sakal Dental Clinic
In Phnom Penh, this clinic has dentists who have over ten years of experience in their professional work. I took my 5-year-old son there for a check-up. One of the dentists offered some good advice when it comes to clean up and regular follow-up.
#12Eo, St.130 Corner 51, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tel: (855) 23 990 942
Email: [email protected]
Web site: http://sakaldental.com/
Psychiatry and Substance Abuses Clinic By Dr. Daramoon METH
Address: # 42D St.178 Sangkat Chey Chomneah Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh
Phone: 012 965 999
No. 17BC, St. 296Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Procare Medical Center
Procare Medical Center offers healthcare services for babies, children and adults in Phnom Penh.
AURA Condominium, #87 Street 63Phnom Penh
Tel: 061 828 410
Physiotherapy Phnom Penh
Phone: +855 (0)23 996344 / 092 485 593
The best, affordable dental clinic is located in this Phnom Penh’s Medical University. Many senior dental students are ready to help most patients.
Location: Preah Monivong Blvd (93), Phnom Penh, opposite to Vattanac Capital