Analysis & International Vaccinations

Rabies Prevention Center

     
  • Opening Hours:
    Monday-Friday
    Saturday

    7:00-17:00
    7:00-11:30
  • Email:
  • Tel:
    +855 (0)12 812 003; +855 (0)23 428 561
  • (Rabies)Email:
  • Tel: (Rabies)
    +855 (0)99 346 144
  • Analysis & International Vaccinations Center is open on some public holidays - Rabies Center is open every other day for long public holidays

Services

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Medical Biology Laboratory

The Clinical Laboratory caters for its patients from private practice and receives samples from hospitals and other clinical laboratories.  More than 150 tests are available in hematology, biochemistry, immunology, serology, bacteriology, parasitology, mycology, mycobacteriology. A rigorous quality control is applied from sampling to testing and result delivery.

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International Vaccination

The International Vaccination Center is the country’s only international vaccination center. It provides more than 20 vaccines to the general public, with a state-of-the art cold chain and quality control.

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Food Microbiology & Water Analysis

The Laboratory offers 34 different microbiological food and water analysis as well as 37 Physico-Chemical parameter measures. A rigorous quality control is applied from sampling to testing and result delivery.

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Rabies Prevention

Rabies virus circulation is intense in Cambodia, but rabies is preventable. Since 1995, the Rabies Prevention Center has provided prevention services after a potentially infectious bite to almost 200,000 people in Cambodia. Pre- and post-exposure vaccination and rabies immunoglobulin are available there 5 ½ days a week.

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Voluntary Counseling & HIV Testing Center

The Institut Pasteur in Cambodia financially supports its anonymous voluntary counselling and free testing clinic for HIV AIDS (VCTC). This center was the first to be set up in Cambodia, in 1996.

News and Events

    • 12 DEC 16

    Final Symposium of the Cambodian component of the ECOMORE project

    The ECOMORE project, initiated in 2013 & coordinated by the Institut Pasteur and funded by the Agence Française pour le Développement (AFD) organized a symposium on “Improving the monitoring of disease emergence and progression related to changes in human demographics and transportation” on Monday 5th December 2016, at the Royal Raffles Hotel. The project ECOMORE

Research News

Important Publications

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Recent Publications

Agenda

  • 22 February 2016: Meak Bochea
  • 8 March 2016: International Women Day
  • 13-16 April 2016: Khmer New Year
  • 25 May 2016: Liaison Council