Franco-Vietnamese Hospital

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FV Hospital is a modern private healthcare facility in the southern part of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It was established and inaugurated in 2003 by a group of French doctors with the support of the World Bank.

The hospital has 220 beds and provides healthcare services for acceptable Vietnam prices. The facility also organizes training for nurses, medical students and doctors in the premises of the hospital.

In terms of international standing, the hospital is not accredited at the moment by any recognised international accreditation scheme, and it is not known if it is planned for this lack of accreditation to be corrected.

The association FVH Medicine Vietnam (funded by private sponsors) was established for free of charge medical care for children who require surgery.[1]

FV Hospital is known for its special Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Radiology Department.

Coordinates: 10°43.940′N 106°43.110′E / 10.732333°N 106.718500°E / 10.732333; 106.718500

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