Medical care in Siem Reap

Good healthcare can be hard to come by in Siem Reap. Many doctors don’t speak English and you can’t always be sure if they’ve had proper medical education or whether clinics have safe hygienic practices. That’s why it’s important to have a list of recommended clinics. The following includes Siem Reap’s medical clinics and doctors that are favored by local expats.

Royal Angkor International Hospital Siem Reap

Arguably the best care you’ll get in Siem Reap, but you’ll pay for it.

Hospitals, Clinics, and Doctors in Siem Reap

The Royal Angkor International Hospital offers the highest quality care in town, although the prices are on par with what you’d find back home (depending on where home is, of course. Bottom line: it’s expensive). Doctors here generally speak excellent English and have access to a wide variety of equipment. This is the most popular hospital in town with tourists, but if you live in Cambodia and can prove it with either a work permit or a long-stay visa, they do offer discounts. A standard appointment costs $35 for expats.

Royal Angkor International Hospital
Open daily, 24 hours a day
Phum Kasekam, Khum Sra Ngea, National Route 6 (Airport Road), Krong Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)63 761 888

Neak Tep is the go-to former-clinic now hospital for the medical check needed for work permits, as well as a preferred expat clinic for most small issues. They have moved into a new, larger clinic and  although the prices have gone up due to its popularity with foreigners, Neak Tep is still way more affordable than the Royal Angkor International Hospital and provides a wide range of services, from X-rays and blood tests to surgery and vaccinations. Doctors speak very good English and are extremely kind. A regular appointment costs between $20 and $30, and they also do work permit medical checks for $25.

Neak Tep Clinic Siem Reap

Neak Tep is the most popular medical clinic in Siem Reap with expats.

Neak Tep Hospital
Open daily, 24 hours a day
7 Makara St, Chun Lung Village, Sangkat Sala Kamroeuk, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)17 928 655

Ear, Noses, and Throat

Dr. Lim Vuthea is the best ENT doctor around besides those at the big hospitals in Siem Reap. He has the capability to do various tests and scopes, plus an x-ray machine and access to a lab for testing. His English is fairly good and prices are extremely low, although he tends to try to suggest more tests and procedures for foreigners than are strictly necessary, so you need to be able to advocate for yourself.

Dr. Lim Vuthea
Call ahead for hours
#468 National Road 6, Group 9, Sala Kanseng Village, Sangkat Svay Dankum, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)12 967 947

Obstetricians, gynecologists, and pediatricians

Angkor F Clinic provides the most comprehensive OB/Gyn care in town, with affordable prices and English-speaking doctors. They can provide tests and screening, pap smears, ultrasounds, vaccinations, blood tests, infertility counseling, and reproductive health counseling.

Angkor F Clinic
Open Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sivatha Road, Mondul 2, Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)31 355 5588

Master Dental Clinic Siem Reap

Get your smile shined at Master Dental.

Dental care in Siem Reap

Master Dental Clinic is the expat favorite dental clinic in Siem Reap, with $8 cleanings and reasonable prices for other services. They offer dental surgeries, implants, root canals and cosmetic services. Dr. Thai Seiha is well trained and very professional and all of the employees speak excellent English.

Master Dental Clinic
Open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
78 Southern Central Market Sivutha, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)78 917 878

Orthopedics in Siem Reap

Dr. Veng Vuthy speaks English and is said to be the best orthopedic surgeon in town.

Veng Vuthy Clinic
Clinic is open 24/7
Samdech Tep Vong Street, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)63 677 776

Angkor Thom Pharmacy Siem Reap

Unassuming Angkor Thom is Siem Reap’s most popular pharmacy.pha

Pharmacies in Siem Reap

The recently expanded Angkor Thom Pharmacy on Sivatha Boulevard is the most popular pharmacy in town with Siem Reap expats. The owner is a trained dermatologist, and they carry a wide range of medications, including ones that often cannot be found outside of Phnom Penh. They can also special order some medications.

Angkor Thom Pharmacy
Sivatha Boulevard, Siem Reap
T: +855 (0)63 963 759

Although there are many Preah Vihear Pharmacies in town, the one on Tep Vong Street has an excellent inventory of medicines, medical supplies and machines. Prices are the same for foreigners and locals, and all of the pharmacists are extremely helpful.

Preah Vihear Pharmacy
Open Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Preah Sangreach Tep Vong Street, Siem Reap

U-Care Pharmacy is a Western-style pharmacy with European beauty products. There are three branches in Siem Reap proper, one in Lucky Mall, another on Sivatha Boulevard and one near Old Market, plus another at the airport. The prices can be higher than many of the local pharmacies but the employees are well-trained and the store carries many products not available elsewhere. Know that they will almost always suggest expensive brand-name medications, but they do often care less-expensive generics if you ask.

UCare Pharmacy
Open daily, hours vary by location
Lucky Mall, Sivatha Boulevard, or 2 Thnou Street, Siem Reap

7 Responses to Medical care in Siem Reap

    Megan devlin says:

    Hi where can I get a rabies test for an English traveller? Thank you

      Hi Megan, as far as I know there is not one single test that tests for rabies, and they can’t test until symptoms begin (and once it’s too late to do anything).

      If you believe you’ve been exposed to rabies you should immediately go to a hospital or clinic and get injections of the rabies vaccination, which can be done in the first few days after exposure. Note that I am not a doctor or medical professional, so you should not rely on this advice and should go to a hospital or clinic to get actual medical advice.

    Pete says:

    Where you can get covid vax in Siem Reap, other than Chinese one and for what price?
    Thank you

    James stokes says:

    Do you have tests for worms in sinus.

    Vincent Lennox says:

    I’d like to add:
    Khemarak Angkor Polyclinic II
    Wat Bo Street between Streets 20 & 21
    Next to 7 Candles Guest House
    070 343 000 or 077 343 000

    They are relatively new maybe 1 year.
    Modern 24/7 facility which is well staffed and equipped.I have not needed their services but they claim to have a “one price for all” system with a doctors visit $5. They also have ambulance service and appear to be very busy with a mix of locals, tourists and expats.Many of the upscale hotels use them for guest mishaps.

    For blood or other bodily fluid tests.
    Prasatkeo Medical Laboratory
    Medical Biologist,PH Kong Ratha
    Wat Bo Street across from Apsara Supermarket
    012 96 8632
    One price system. Prompt, efficient with excellent English skills.

    Holly Kolb says:

    Last year I twisted and broke an ankle getting off the plane in Siem Reap. I went to another clinic (not one listed here). The dr I saw spoke English, took xrays and then arranged to have an orthopedist come in to make a cast. He explained that they had nothing other than casts in Cambodia. Crutches proved too much for me, and I decided to return to the US. Luckily, a cousin told me that I would not be allowed on a plane with a cast, so I had to return to the clinic and have it cut open so I could fly (reason: danger of coronary thrombosis). The dr I saw was very apologetic, saying “I never had a patient who flew before.”

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