Ministry of Health (Cambodia)

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Seal of the Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health (MoH) (Khmer: ក្រសួងសុខាភិបាល; Krasuong Sokhaphibal) is the government ministry responsible for governing healthcare, the healthcare industry, public health and health-related NGOs in Cambodia. The Ministry governs and regulates the activity of medical professionals, hospitals and clinics in the country. As of 2013 the Minister of Health was Mam Bun Heng. The Ministry maintains 24 provincial health departments,[1] and its main offices are located in Phnom Penh.[2]

Directorates and departments[edit]

The Ministry of Health is organized into three administrative directorates, with departments and associated agencies as shown below:[3]

  • Directorate General for Administration and Finance - administration, personnel, budget and finance
  • Directorate General for Health[4]
    • Department of Planning and Health Information (DPHI)
    • Department of Health Prevention [sic] (DHP)[5]
    • Department of Hospital Services (DPS)
    • Department of Human Resource (DHR)
    • Department of Essential Drug and Food (DDF)
    • Department of Communicable Disease Control (CDC)
    • Department of International Cooperation (DIC)
    • Department of Internal Audit (DIA)
    • International Relations Bureau
  • Directorate General for Inspection[6]

Affiliated organizations[edit]

Organizations under the purview of the ministry include:[7]

National hospitals[edit]

National hospitals of Cambodia include:[8]

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