News

20/10/2011

Worst flood in 30 years

The worst floods Cambodia has seen in a more than a decade continue to wreak havoc across the country with 247 people reported dead, more than 46,000 households displaced and an estimated 1.2 million CambodiansRead the full story

07/08/2011

Dentist from UK

We have had many wonderful dental volunteers, one of whom, Dr. Paul Richards, has generously donated his time and skills eight times since 2004. This month he shares a bit about his experience with AHCRead the full story

20/06/2011

AHC welcomes USAID delegates

On June 10, 2011 a delegation of international and local representatives from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) visited the hospital. USAID has generously been supporting the work of AHC’s HIV Clinic for severalRead the full story

07/04/2011

Interviewed with Lonely Planet

For most people, Siem Reap in Cambodia is all about Angkor Wat. But once you’ve seen it, then what? Read the interview with Dr. William Housworth, the Executive Director of the Angkor Hospital for Children,Read the full story

04/04/2011

Dr Bill Interviewed for Smiling Albino podcast

You can read and even listen to the entire interview at the Smiling Albino website by clicking here

23/03/2011

Cleft palate surgery success

While a baby is developing, parts of the skull, face, and head gradually grow together. Cleft lips and palates occur when some of these areas do not join fully before birth. This problem is oftenRead the full story

Surgery enables patient to read

The Eye Clinic was started in 2002. About 500 children with eye disease are seen every month. The most common eye problems are infection and trauma. An average of 12 eye patients are hospitalized andRead the full story

16/02/2010

Heart disease survivor donates

Mony* was born in 1993 in the Preah Vihear Province, 100km from Siem Reap. In 1999, the same year the hospital opened, his parents brought him to AHC to uncover what was making him soRead the full story