if i remember correctly i think there is a hospital in siem riep that’s free for women and children. it was set up by volunteers and donations.
i’m sure they would be interested in having you, but they may not be able to pay you much?
i’ll try to find the name of it and get back to you.
yep! i remember it, it was on the road to angkor, and i’m sure every tuktuk-driver knows it. the problem is to know about it, or even to contact it, before going.
Thanks – is it the RACHA organisation?
I’ve found a website with a few hospitals on since. I am hoping to do half in Phnom Penh and half in Siem Riep, so that I can get a taster of both areas.
I don’t need paying, so that’s no problem! I would be volunteering, but on the basis that there is some clean, cheap accomodation nearby!
You might be able to get some info from doctors without borders http://www.msf.org/ But I can’t say I noticed any hospitals but then again I try to stay clear of them.
Good luck :)
Yeah I wasn’t aware of any hospitals while I was there. I was just relying on a helicopter ride to bangkok if I would have gotten any worse. That travel insurance was well worth it.
I don’t have first-hand knowledge, but Mark Wilson at his site suggests The Medical School: Faculte Mixte de Medecine, De Pharmacie et D’Odonto-Stomatologie, Boulevard Monivong 73, Phnom Penh Tel: +855 (23) 368 051.
See – http://www.medicstravel.co.uk/CountryHospitals/Asia/cambodia.htm
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