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Rose Charities Rehabilitation Centre

Physical and Holistic Rehabilitation Unit

Who we are:

Rose Cambodia Rehabilitation Centre (Rose Rehab) is a local non-government organisation and a project dedicated to improving health and rehabilitation services in Cambodia. Rose Rehab, in conjunction with Operation FIRST Cambodia, provides rehabilitation for marginalized Cambodian children and community members with disability or injury. We are newly established, in response to a locally identified need for an improvement in rehabilitation services in Kandal Province and in particular, at Chey Chumneas Referral Hospital. We are currently well into the process of establishing a high quality clinical rehabilitation centre and physiotherapy services at the hospital, with appropriate outreach services.

What we do:

Rose Cambodia Rehabilitation Centre works in partnership with Operation FIRST to provide physical rehabilitation services to complement surgical procedures, as well as non-surgical rehabilitation.

Rose Rehab provides rehabilitative intervention for members of the community and patients at Chey Chumneas Referral Hospital, working together with government health services. We provide training for local medical staff, nurses and therapists in the benefits of physiotherapy to maximize outcomes for patients and also provide outreach services to increase the accessibility of our healthcare. We provide education and awareness sessions in the community with an aim to prevent unnecessary disability, and encourage the inclusion of all people.