The 500–bed Specialty Hospital, Yangon (Burmese: ခုတင်(၅၀၀)ဆံ့ အထူးကုဆေးရုံကြီး ရန်ကုန်) is a specialty hospital in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma), which was formally opened on 25 Aug 2014. It is located on Min Ye Kyaw Swar Road in Lanmadaw Township and 20-minute walk from Yangon General Hospital. It was established by renovating the building that the Ministry of Energy used in the past. It was built by the Ministry of Health, Myanmar in cooperation with 4 private companies: Original Group, A1, Golden Flower and Shwe Taung Development. Over 7.6 million USD was provided by the companies and the Ministry of Health was responsible for interior decoration, equipment and staff. It is aimed to be the main facility for liver and kidney transplants in the future.
Health services have been providing in the hospital since 1 January 2014 while operation theater and special departments were in place at the end of June 2014. Under support of the government, a modular operation theater and air handing unit and a special ward have been operating since 30 June 2014. From January to July 2014, total 4,385 patients were admitted in the hospital and there have been 13,246 patients visited the hospital.Visit Website