Da Nang Women’s Hospital
Country of Operation
- Da Nang's Association in Support of Poor and Disadvantaged Women and ChildrenNot-for-profit
- Da Nang Health Service DepartmentGovernment
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
- Higher middle-income (60-80%)
- High-income (80-100%)
SummaryThe Da Nang Women’s Hospital was formally opened in May of 2009. This 50-bed, 630 square meter hospital is a combination of high-quality and charitable examination and treatment hospital models.
With total funding of VND 75 billion (raised by the Da Nang’s Association in Support of Poor and Disadvantaged Women and Children, along with many organizations and kind-hearted people),
Key program components
The hospital is equipped with the most modern facilities of any hospital in the Central Highland provinces in Viet Nam, with doctors and other medical staff who are are qualified and committed. The staff works under technical supervision of the Provincial Health Service Department.
The hospital runs its not-for-profit operation on the basis of mobilizing resources from various individuals and organizations inside and outside Vietnam. With the aim of giving charity, the hospital provides medical examination and treatment for poor women in Danang city either free of charge or on a partial payment basis. The Da Nang's Association in Support of Poor and Disadvantaged Women and Children works together with Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affair to identify and provide Red Cards for poor women in the city, who will get priority and fee exemptions when receiving services at the hospital. This is possible through a cross-subsidization scheme where higher-income patients are charged on the basis of regular hospital fees - paid either out of pocket or through insurance.
Information verified by CHMI-Vietnam