Work is progressing well in fitting out the ground floor of the Kampong Speu Referral Hospital in Cambodia to provide ward accommodation for the two operating theatres in the Chris Keenan Operation Complex. 
With 140-150 surgeries being performed every month in the new theatres, the need to accommodate post operative patients is acute. This project has funded the refurbishment and outfit of the ground floor of the building and installation of 24 beds to accommodate these patients.  Mr Chris Keenan has again generously funded the construction works with Osborne Park Rotary Club fitting it out. 
The existing six storey hospital is in part unfinished, and this project aims to address this.  The hospital shell had been constructed some time ago, but not completed.  Following the successful construction in November 2022 of the two operating theatres in the Chris Keenan Operation Complex, the need for additional ward space was identified. 
Rotary Osborne Park have collected and sent hospital beds, patient tables and lockers and other supportive medical equipment and supplies (bed sheets, blankets) obtained through donations. This equipment is now on site to enable it to be promptly put to use once the building works are complete.  The outcome will improve the health care of those patients receiving post operative care.
Tax deductible donations can be made to the project through Rotary’s registered charity, Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd. (RAWCS), at