Clinic Royal Phnom Penh Hospital in Phnom Penh

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Royal Phnom Penh Hospital (RPH) is place that provides excellent care of the highest standards of international quality to promote trust and satisfaction to Cambodians, expatriates and tourists. We intend to be a leader in providing medical services that are recognized internationally by using modern technology and by efficiently administering our professional network. Our medical teams adhere to the highest standards and professional ethics, and are committed to continuously improve their services to the benefit and satisfaction of our patients. With dedication to excellence, Royal Phnom Penh Hospital has been accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) in recognition of their international medical service and healthcare practices. We have consistently developed our medical expertise to achieve the highest possible standards because when it comes to trust, only the best will do. Truly International Qualified Trust Expertise Modern Technology The first JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited hospital in Cambodia, ROYAL PHNOM PENH HOSPITAL is a tertiary care hospital managed and operated by Bangkok Dusit Medical Service Public Co., LTD (BDMS) started in 1972, BDMS is the largest operator of private hospital in Thailand and Southeast Asia.

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Joint Commission International
Prices

Cardiac surgery

  • Fractional flow reserve (FFR) — ≈ $475
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with angioplasty — ≈ $5,373
  • Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with stent insertion — ≈ $8,815
  • Rotational atherectomy — ≈ $1,663

Neurosurgery

  • Brachial plexus surgery — ≈ $5,010
  • Epidural block — ≈ $450
  • Facet joint injection — ≈ $655
  • Intrathecal pain pump — ≈ $2,235
  • Surgical neurolysis — ≈ $1,059

Spine surgery

  • Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) — ≈ $11,885
  • Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) — ≈ $9,657
  • Atlantoaxial fixation — ≈ $7,583
  • Cervical fusion — ≈ $6,627
  • Cervical laminectomy — ≈ $12,400
  • Corpectomy + Spinal stabilisation — ≈ $5,428
  • Device for intervertebral assisted motion (DIAM) — $0
  • Discectomy — ≈ $8,008
  • Foraminotomy — ≈ $1,772
  • Instrumented spine stabilization — ≈ $15,737
  • Interspinous fixation with implant — ≈ $3,633
  • Laminectomy — ≈ $9,308
  • Laminoplasty — ≈ $7,243
  • Lateral access lumbar fusion — $0
  • Lumbar fixation — ≈ $15,177
  • Lumbar laminectomy — ≈ $7,648
  • Lumbosacral plexus surgery — ≈ $12,853
  • Occipitocervical fusion surgery — ≈ $4,598
  • Percutaneous pedicle screw fixation — ≈ $3,633
  • Posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF) — ≈ $7,395
  • Spinal cord herniation surgery — $0
  • Spinal synovial cyst removal — ≈ $323
  • Spine dynamic stabilization — ≈ $3,949
  • Surgical spine procedures — ≈ $8,553
  • Tailbone removal — $0
  • Thoracic discectomy — $0
  • Thoracic laminectomy — ≈ $2,848
  • Thoracic spine fixation — ≈ $3,013
  • Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) — ≈ $10,190

Orthopedic surgery

  • Achilles tendon repair surgery — ≈ $3,886
  • Acromioclavicular joint reconstruction — ≈ $4,001
  • Ankle arthrodesis — ≈ $4,688
  • Ankle fracture surgery — ≈ $3,084
  • Ankle ligament reconstruction surgery — ≈ $4,670
  • Ankle osteophyte removal — ≈ $1,476
  • Ankle osteotomy — ≈ $6,084
  • Arthrocentesis — ≈ $455
  • Arthroscopic biceps tenodesis — ≈ $2,306
  • Arthroscopic capsular release of the ankle joint — ≈ $3,151
  • Arthroscopic chondroplasty — ≈ $6,282
  • Arthroscopic elbow debridement — ≈ $464
  • Arthroscopic jumper's knee surgery — ≈ $2,895
  • Arthroscopic knee debridement — ≈ $3,168
  • Arthroscopic labrum refixation surgery — ≈ $2,705
  • Arthroscopic meniscus repair — ≈ $4,529
  • Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy — ≈ $3,073
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the knee ligament — ≈ $5,899
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) — ≈ $4,781
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair — ≈ $5,833
  • Arthroscopic shoulder remplissage procedure — ≈ $3,143
  • Arthroscopic synovectomy of the knee joint — ≈ $2,695
  • Arthroscopic total meniscectomy — ≈ $5,164
  • Arthroscopic treatment of prepatellar bursitis — ≈ $2,232
  • Arthroscopic trochanter bursitis surgery — ≈ $3,403
  • Baker's cyst surgery — ≈ $1,895
  • Bankart shoulder repair surgery — ≈ $5,113
  • Biceps tenotomy — ≈ $2,449
  • Carpal tunnel surgery — ≈ $1,219
  • Clavicle osteosynthesis — ≈ $4,319
  • Claw toe surgery — ≈ $2,637
  • Clubfoot surgical treatment — ≈ $1,499
  • Complex foot surgery — ≈ $3,540
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome surgery — ≈ $1,783
  • De Quervain's tendon release — ≈ $1,609
  • Delayed osteosynthesis — ≈ $6,526
  • Distal biceps tendon repair surgery — ≈ $3,668
  • Dupuytren's contracture surgery — ≈ $1,921
  • Elbow arthroscopy — ≈ $3,390
  • Elbow fracture surgery — ≈ $1,638
  • Elbow osteotomy — ≈ $3,086
  • External fixation — ≈ $573
  • Fasciotomy of the lower limb — ≈ $3,374
  • Femoral osteotomy — ≈ $3,569
  • Finger reconstruction — ≈ $2,027
  • First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $3,822
  • Foot and ankle arthroscopy — ≈ $3,966
  • Foot and ankle tendon surgery — ≈ $2,410
  • Foot arthrodesis — ≈ $2,733
  • Foot deformity correction — ≈ $3,240
  • Foot drop surgery — ≈ $5,203
  • Foot ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $1,583
  • Forearm fasciotomy — ≈ $4,090
  • Forearm fracture surgery — ≈ $2,032
  • Frozen shoulder surgery — ≈ $2,749
  • Guyon's canal release — ≈ $1,365
  • Haglund's deformity surgery — ≈ $3,313
  • Hallux rigidus surgery — ≈ $1,974
  • Hallux valgus surgery — ≈ $3,650
  • Hammer toe surgery — ≈ $1,725
  • Hamstring syndrome surgery — ≈ $3,550
  • Hand ganglion cyst removal — ≈ $1,427
  • Hand rejuvenation with structural fat grafting — ≈ $2,512
  • Hand surgery — ≈ $3,075
  • Hand tendon surgery — ≈ $1,463
  • Heel bursectomy — ≈ $2,591
  • High tibial osteotomy — ≈ $6,359
  • Hindfoot fracture surgery — ≈ $526
  • Hip arthrodesis — ≈ $4,059
  • Hip arthroscopy — ≈ $5,196
  • Hip core decompression — ≈ $4,767
  • Hip debridement surgery — $0
  • Hip fracture surgery — ≈ $3,549
  • Hip osteotomy — ≈ $5,286
  • Hip surgery — ≈ $4,169
  • Humerus fracture surgical treatment — ≈ $1,947
  • Interphalangeal joint arthrodesis — ≈ $5,021
  • Intramedullary nailing — ≈ $2,270
  • Joint dislocation reduction — ≈ $3,695
  • Kidner procedure — ≈ $1,022
  • Knee arthroscopy — ≈ $3,184
  • Knee osteotomy — ≈ $7,988
  • Lapidus arthrodesis — ≈ $7,330
  • Latarjet procedure — ≈ $2,822
  • Mallet finger surgery — ≈ $1,627
  • Mallet toe surgery — ≈ $2,048
  • Morton’s neuroma surgery — ≈ $2,391
  • Mumford procedure — ≈ $3,716
  • Open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) — ≈ $5,207
  • Osgood–Schlatter disease (OSD) surgery — ≈ $1,166
  • Osteosynthesis — ≈ $3,559
  • Outerbridge-Kashiwagi procedure — ≈ $3,131
  • Partial patellectomy — $0
  • Patella fracture surgery — ≈ $2,352
  • Patella stabilisation surgery — ≈ $4,242
  • Percutaneous pinning — ≈ $2,609
  • Piriformis syndrome surgery — ≈ $3,485
  • Plantar fasciitis surgery — ≈ $1,630
  • Quadriceps tendon reconstruction — ≈ $8,741
  • Quadricepsplasty — ≈ $8,741
  • Radial head excision — ≈ $2,752
  • Radial head fracture surgery — ≈ $3,163
  • Removal of external fixator — ≈ $258
  • Removal of osteosynthetic material — $0
  • Revision Achilles tendon reconstruction — $0
  • Rotator cuff repair — ≈ $4,353
  • Running injuries surgical treatment — ≈ $1,817
  • SLAP repair surgery — ≈ $6,504
  • Scaphoid pseudarthrosis reconstruction — ≈ $2,785
  • Shoulder arthroscopy — ≈ $4,172
  • Shoulder osteotomy — ≈ $3,033
  • Shoulder stabilisation surgery — ≈ $3,535
  • Shoulder subacromial decompression surgery — ≈ $3,996
  • Sternal fracture treatment — ≈ $2,718
  • Surgery for hip impingement — ≈ $5,274
  • Surgical treatment of elbow instability — ≈ $3,005
  • Surgical treatment of non-unions — ≈ $2,961
  • Tailor's bunion surgery — ≈ $2,057
  • Tarsal coalition surgery — $0
  • Tarsal tunnel surgery — ≈ $2,010
  • Tennis elbow surgery — ≈ $1,578
  • Toe joint arthroscopy — ≈ $5,166
  • Toe shortening surgery — ≈ $1,590
  • Tommy John surgery — ≈ $2,105
  • Total patellectomy — ≈ $2,208
  • Trapeziectomy — ≈ $3,393
  • Trigger finger release — ≈ $1,202
  • Weil osteotomy surgery — ≈ $1,260
  • Wrist arthroscopy — ≈ $3,707
  • Wrist fracture surgery — ≈ $2,742
  • Wrist ligament repair — ≈ $4,688
  • Wrist synovectomy — ≈ $260

Prices for selected procedures, total
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Cardiac surgery
Price, USD
≈ $475
≈ $5,373
≈ $8,815
≈ $1,663
Neurosurgery
Price, USD
≈ $5,010
≈ $450
≈ $655
≈ $2,235
≈ $1,059
Spine surgery
Price, USD
≈ $11,885
≈ $9,657
≈ $7,583
≈ $6,627
≈ $12,400
≈ $5,428
by request
≈ $8,008
≈ $1,772
≈ $15,737
≈ $3,633
≈ $9,308
≈ $7,243
by request
≈ $15,177
≈ $7,648
≈ $12,853
≈ $4,598
≈ $3,633
≈ $7,395
by request
≈ $323
≈ $3,949
≈ $8,553
by request
by request
≈ $2,848
≈ $3,013
≈ $10,190
Orthopedic surgery
Price, USD
≈ $3,886
≈ $4,001
≈ $4,688
≈ $3,084
≈ $4,670
≈ $1,476
≈ $6,084
≈ $455
≈ $2,306
≈ $3,151
≈ $6,282
≈ $464
≈ $2,895
≈ $3,168
≈ $2,705
≈ $4,529
≈ $3,073
≈ $5,899
≈ $4,781
≈ $5,833
≈ $3,143
≈ $2,695
≈ $5,164
≈ $2,232
≈ $3,403
≈ $1,895
≈ $5,113
≈ $2,449
≈ $1,219
≈ $4,319
≈ $2,637
≈ $1,499
≈ $3,540
≈ $1,783
≈ $1,609
≈ $6,526
≈ $3,668
≈ $1,921
≈ $3,390
≈ $1,638
≈ $3,086
≈ $573
≈ $3,374
≈ $3,569
≈ $2,027
≈ $3,822
≈ $3,966
≈ $2,410
≈ $2,733
≈ $3,240
≈ $5,203
≈ $1,583
≈ $4,090
≈ $2,032
≈ $2,749
≈ $1,365
≈ $3,313
≈ $1,974
≈ $3,650
≈ $1,725
≈ $3,550
≈ $1,427
≈ $2,512
≈ $3,075
≈ $1,463
≈ $2,591
≈ $6,359
≈ $526
≈ $4,059
≈ $5,196
≈ $4,767
by request
≈ $3,549
≈ $5,286
≈ $4,169
≈ $1,947
≈ $5,021
≈ $2,270
≈ $3,695
≈ $1,022
≈ $3,184
≈ $7,988
≈ $7,330
≈ $2,822
≈ $1,627
≈ $2,048
≈ $2,391
≈ $3,716
≈ $5,207
≈ $1,166
≈ $3,559
≈ $3,131
by request
≈ $2,352
≈ $4,242
≈ $2,609
≈ $3,485
≈ $1,630
≈ $8,741
≈ $8,741
≈ $2,752
≈ $3,163
≈ $258
by request
by request
≈ $4,353
≈ $1,817
≈ $6,504
≈ $2,785
≈ $4,172
≈ $3,033
≈ $3,535
≈ $3,996
≈ $2,718
≈ $5,274
≈ $3,005
≈ $2,961
≈ $2,057
by request
≈ $2,010
≈ $1,578
≈ $5,166
≈ $1,590
≈ $2,105
≈ $2,208
≈ $3,393
≈ $1,202
≈ $1,260
≈ $3,707
≈ $2,742
≈ $4,688
≈ $260
3.8
Overall rating: 4
December 09, 2020
Been here several times visiting friends who are hospitalized for different illnesses. The facility is nice, service is great, but system is not the best. You must pay or deposit huge amount before they do surgery or major treatment. Overall it’s a great hospital with perhaps an internal standard.
Overall rating: 4
February 02, 2021
I've been to this hospital just recently for a medical check up for both my wife and me. This is a JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited hospital in Cambodia. For me myself, being treated at a hospital with JCI accredited hospital, give me a sense of peace of mind and safety because it means the management of how best handling and managing the hospitals and the patients related treatment is standardized; or at least meet the minimum standard requirements. Please correct me if I am wrong. I arrived at the hospital around 07:00a.m. in the morning. I drove my car and parked in the parking area in the backyard of the hospital. The driveway from the main entrance gate on the Russian Boulevard to the parking area was perfect, there are sufficient signages that give you very clear information about the direction within the hospital's area. The parking area was perfect too, hardened with concrete and each slot of car parking is clearly painted in yellow line. There are ample parking lot for cars as well as for motorcycles. It is provided free of charge for the visitors of the hospital. So, giving tip to the parking boy, amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic, is advisable. You can enter the hospital right from this parking area, in addition to the main entrance in the front side of the hospital. You will need to go to registration desk in the main lobby. If you are first time visitor, then you need to fill in a registration form completely, including information about your name, date of birth, citizenship, passport number, email, phone number, your next of kin to contact in case of emergency, etc. You'll given waistband featuring you name, birth date etc. The whole process of medical check-up for executive package took around 7 hours, including queues in some department that have many patients. The physician are good and detail, the medical equipments are also good and featuring advanced technology. Hospital staff, including nurse are good, helpful and attentive. For the executive medical check up, costs me $535 (for man) and $685 (for woman). I guess, Royal Phnom Penh Hospital is a good and reliable private hospital in Phnom Penh. It is recommendable for those who seek hospital treatment in enjoyable environment that is convenience, clean and neat. You may expect to pay higher rather than other hospitals in the city. But, you will get what you pay in the form of relatively higher standard of service that this hospital would offer for you. For sure, I will visit this hospital if I need health treatment in the future. But of course, I do not want to fall ill, so I don't want to visit either... Who wants?
Overall rating: 3
March 26, 2023
Very clean and professional western hospital with high tech equipment, unfortunately i had to visit. My doctors english was not so good and the nurse that had to give me an infusion missed my vein 5 times which was annoying and hurt. After visiting and receiving tons of medication i felt better tho
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No. 888, Russian Confederation Blvd. Sangkat Toeuk Thla, Khan Sen Sok Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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