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About Yangon Children's Hospital

The Yangon Children's Hospital is a major public hospital in Yangon, Myanmar. The YCH was established in 1960 under the Yangon General Hospital with a capacity of 60 beds. In 1962-1963, the hospital moved to Myaynigone with the capacity of 80 beds. In 1963, the hospital moved again to current 8.73 acre 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.

Objectives
  1. To enable every citizen to attain full life expectancy and enjoy longevity of life.
  2. To ensure that every citizen is free from diseases.
Strategies
  1. Widespread disseminations of health information and education to reach the rural areas.
  2. Enhancing disease prevention activities.
  3. Providing effective treatment of prevailing diseases.

Hospital Leadership

Deputy Senior Medical Superintendent​​
Deputy Senior Medical Superintendent
Professor and Head​
Milestones in Healthcare

YCH was established in 1960 under the Yangon General Hospital with a capacity of 60 beds.

1960

The hospital moved to Myaynigone with the capacity of 80 beds.

1962-1963

The hospital moved again to the current 8.73 acre compound.

1963

The current main building was built in 1970 with the help of Canadian aid, and opened in September 1978. Since then, a new three-story annex building with 550 beds have been added.

1970
Conjoined baby twins Moe Thuzar, were born in (A), Maha Myaing Zay Tan, (41) Quarter, North Okkalapa Township. The parents are U Kyaw San Shain and Da...
Conjoined baby twins Sai Kham and Sai Ngin, were born in Wan Hote Village, Kyaing Tone City. The parents are U Sai Aung and Daw Nan Kham Nan. The oper...

We would like to thank each and every one of the organizations and people who have donated

in support of the children at the hospital. We are deeply grateful for your support

and your recognition of Yangon Children’s Hospital.