Yangon Children's Hospital
The Yangon Children's Hospital (YCH) (Burmese: ရန်ကုန်ကလေးဆေးရုံကြီး) is a major public hospital in Yangon, Myanmar.The hospital was formerly known as "Jamatkhana Hospital" as the hospital was built on the site of former Jamatkhana Club, an elite social club during colonial eras. The YCH was established in 1960 under the Yangon General Hospital with a capacity of 60 beds. In 1962–1963, the hospital moved to Myenigon with the capacity of 80 beds. In 1963, the hospital moved again to current 8.73-acre (3.53 ha) compound. The current main building was built in 1970 with Canadian aid, and opened in September 1978. Since then, a new three-story annex building with 550 beds has been added.
|Yangon Children's Hospital|
|Location||2 Pyidaungzu Yeiktha Road, Yangon, Yangon Division, Myanmar|
|Affiliated university||University of Medicine 1, Yangon|
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)Edit
The ICU was renovated in 2009 with full equipment donated by Levi Sap Nei Thang, the founder of I Love Myanmar, in memory of her daughter Emmanuel Chia Ai Linn who was admitted to the Yangon Children's Hospital before her passing in 2008.
- "Yangon City Hospitals". YCDC. Retrieved 2009-10-01.
- I Love Myanmar donation to Yangon Children Hospital Part 1, retrieved 2019-08-25
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