Nokor Tep

Women's Hospital


As a response to the ongoing pandemic, we are honoured to report that the Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital has been transformed into a specialised facility to treat COVID 19 patients, under the operation of the Cambodian government.  As such, normal operations of the women’s hospital have been suspended, and a plan is being created for a new facility to continue the Nokor Tep vision.



Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital is an initiative launched by Mrs. Ros Priboun; Ms. Janne Ritskes, the founder of Tabitha Cambodia; Dr. Ing Kantha Phavi, the Cambodian Minister for Women’s affairs; and Mr. Trac Thai Sieng, Vice Governor of the city of Phnom Penh. 

Officially opened in March, 2019 Nokor Tep Women’s Hospital has begun operating a programme designed to improve the understanding of women’s health issues and facilitate access to treatment that is not usually accessible or affordable for Cambodian women.  Healthier and more educated women are critical to ensuring healthy children, strong families and communities, and a stronger Cambodia.


The hospital’s primary objective is to provide quality gynaecological medical care and compassion for any woman who enters into the programme.  Payment for treatment starts from a single dollar for the poorest patients to international rates for those who can afford it. 


The hospital is located in a large garment factory district on the outskirts of Phnom Penh where more than 200,000 women come to work daily.  A membership programme will encourage these young women to get regular women’s wellness checks.


Please visit Nokor Tep's website for complete information and updates.



Women's wellness check-up packages

Screening for common diseases in Cambodia

Palliative care and pain treatment

Cervical cancer screening and prevention measures


Breast cancer screening