Civil Servant Central Hospital

| Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Hospital description

This hospital was established in 7th June, 1933, with name of “Hospital of Internal Affair Agency”, since then it has been work continuously for 84 years and it is one of the oldest hospitals of Mongolia with rich history.

History of change of the hospital name:

Ø Internal affairs Agency hospital – 1933.06.07-1936
Ø Hospital Ministry of Internal affairs – 1936-1954
Ø Outpatients Service – 1954-1971
Ø Central Hospital of Ministry of Public Defense – 1971- 1990
Ø Central Hospital for General Agency of State Security and Defense – 1990-1994
Ø General hospital for Boarder Military – 1994-2000
Ø General hospital of State Special Clerks Ministry of Justice – 2000-2012
Ø General hospital of Defense and Low enforcement – 2013-2016

Civil Servants General hospital – Under Protocol No.68 by Government of Mongolia from 31 Aug 2016. Thus Civil Servants General Hospital has been restored and reestablished under Protocol No.68 by Government of Mongolia from 31 Aug 2016 and it has started its operation in new building with a space floor of 21 000 square meter.

The Civil Servants General Hospital provide some professional medical services for people such as total urban and rural civil servants, their family members, veterans, who work at next organisation and Agency under the authority of the Ministry of Justice and Internal affairs.

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