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Central Hospital

Central Hospital

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Central Hospital, which opened three months ago, is a local hospital providing a high standard of medical care to its patients.

Central Hospital boasts modern medical equipment, 80 rooms, two operating rooms, and eight nurses’ stations in total.

Unlike other hospitals, Central Hospital provides a wide variety of services ranging from internal medicine and medical imagery to surgery, OBGYN and paediatrics.

Different floors are separated by their specific functions.

On the top floor, there is a canteen for patients and hospital employees.

One of the great things about Central Hospital is that it doesn’t have the feel of a normal hospital.

It is quiet, and it has a pleasant smell.

Outside, the building is flanked by a large and convenient carpark.

Central Hospital is run by local Cambodians.

The hospital offers medical services 24-hours, around the clock.

One of the patients at the hospital said that they trust the medical stuff at Central Hospital, citing the quality of medical care and the friendliness of the staff.

A package price for five days maternity at the hospital costs US$500 for a premier room.

“Our hospital is locally owned but equipped with the latest medical equipment, and staffed with the most highly competitive medical personnel in the country. Most of our clients are from international NGOs,”  Emmarie Geli, an administration manager at the hospital, said.

For more information, please visit www.central-hospital.com or send an e-mail via [email protected].

Central Hospital is located at No. 82A, St. 154, Sangkat Psar Thmey 3, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.

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