Welcome to the Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital web page.
We provide quality healthcare in a compassionate environment to every patient.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
From the Sonja Kill Foundation German, Sonja Kill Foundation Cambodia and Hope World Wide, are a compassionate and committed group of individuals who believe in the mission of the Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital. They are dedicated to improving the health situations of poor Cambodian mothers and children.
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In Nov 2014 we opened our new maternity ward and have assisted in the birth over 700 healthy babies. We are fortunate to have a great team of midwives, nurses and doctors who provide a safe environment and a high standard of care to Cambodian women giving birth and their babies.
Our services are critical to improving health outcomes in Cambodia. We provide free and low cost quality healthcare to the most disadvantaged Cambodian people, particularly women and children.
We consistently provide free and affordable quality healthcare to some of the poorest people in the world. Our efforts need your help.
We have a new surgical department which enables us to treat patients who need immediate care for surgical conditions. We will be looking for surgical specialists to expand our range of services.
We have just opened our very own blood bank! This is important to support our maternity and surgical department. The need for blood donations is now more important than ever! Contact us if you would like to get involved…
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You can support our work financially, by fundraising, sending us supplies and equipment and even donating blood! Although we work towards being sustainable via our fee system, we also need and appreciate outside support to treat the very poor free of charge. If you are interested in volunteering, please see the 'work with us' tab.
We strive to improve the lives and health situation of Cambodians. Building healthy and empowered communities is vital. Sustainability is very important to us and we work towards this goal by providing health outreach and education in schools and communities, as well as home care to those who are too poor to travel to the hospital. Additionally, we provide expert training to our young Cambodian doctors, who will go on to become the next generation of healthcare leaders.
We are further developing the hospital and have a range of voluntary positions available. If you are interested in sharing your time and skills to serve the poor in Cambodia, then contact us! We also welcome interested visitors who would like tour the hospital and find out more about what we do.
Dr. Winfried and Mrs. Rosemarie Kill’s dream was to honor the memory of their daughter Sonja, who had been taken from them too soon in an accident. In doing so, they founded the Sonja Kill Foundation with the intent to help the Cambodian people receive quality health care.
Due to the high mortality rate of children in southern Cambodia, the Kill family's vision was for the hospital to focus on the health of children. With this vision in mind, the Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital was built in the southern province of Kampot.
Members of the Kill family visit the hospital regularly to see their dream become a reality.
Sonja Kill Stiftung was established in 1993 by Rosemarie and Dr. Winfried Kill in memory of their daughter Sonja, who died as a result of a tragic accident. The Sonja Kill Foundation is a charity, run under private law and located in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. In addition to regional social projects in the Rhineland area, the Sonja Kill Foundation also supports a school project in Brazil as well as a centre for survivors of human trafficking and child prostitution in Nepal.
Sonja Kill Foundation Cambodia has been founded through Sonja Kill Stiftung as a legal entity in Cambodia to set-up the Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital.
Kindermissionswerk "Die Sternsinger" (Pontifical Missionary Childhood Germany) is a children’s charity belonging to the Catholic church in Germany and located in Aachen. Since 1959 it has organised the „Carol Singers Campaign” in Germany. Currently over 2.500 projects worldwide are supported by Pontifical Missionary Childhood Germany.