The Cho Ray-Phnom Penh general hospital, a Vietnam-Cambodia joint construction, posted an annual revenue increase of 36 percent in the first five months of this year.

According to Director Nguyen Hoang Nam, after one-year operation, the hospital has so far treated more than 100,000 patients and performed approximately 500 successful surgeries.

It also actively engaged in charitable activities in Cambodia, such as free checkups for more than 2,000 poor people and free eye surgeries for almost 100 patients.

There are currently up to 40 Vietnamese doctors working in the hospital and helping train the Cambodian medical staff here.

The hospital always values and works towards high-quality medical services and treatment, Nam emphasised.

The Cho Ray-Phnom Penh general hospital was build with a phase-1 total investment of nearly 38 million USD and became operational since January 13, 2014.-VNA