Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital - Kampot Cambodia
Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital Kampot is a non-profit hospital that provides medical care to the local population, especially children and expectant mothers. The hospital was founded in 2009 by a German philanthropist Dr. Winfried and Mrs. Rosemarie Kill, who wanted to honor their daughter who died in an accident.
The hospital is funded by donations and operates on a sliding scale fee system, where poor families are treated for free and paying patients subsidize their treatment. The hospital offers a range of medical services, including emergency care, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, internal medicine and diagnostic services. The hospital also has a community outreach program that provides medical care and health education to remote areas of Kampot province.
- The hospital opened on the 1st of April 2012 and has been developing in stages since then. The maternity ward opened in 2014 and the surgery department opened in 2015.
- The hospital has a total of 50 beds and employs around 100 staff members, including doctors, nurses and support staff. They are a professional, friendly and compassionate team who loves working together to make Cambodia a healthier place.
The staff of the Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital Kampot consists of an excellent team of compassionate, friendly and highly trained expatriate and local staff, as well as young enthusiastic Cambodian doctors in training. In addition to this, they also receive the expertise of specialized volunteers from all around the world who pass their knowledge on to their local staff.