108 Hospital, also known in many variations as Army Medical Institute 108, or Army Central Hospital 108, or 108 MILITARY CENTRAL HOSPITAL (Recommended) (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Trung ương Quân Đội 108), is a hospital located at 1 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Vietnam. It was originally a military hospital for French army in Indochina built in 1894 known as Lanessan Hospital, (in Vietnamese: Nhà thương Đồn Thủy) and the practice hospital for Indochina Medical College (now Hanoi Medical University) which was located nearby at that time. After the communists took control over Hanoi in 1954, it turned into a central military hospital for senior officials, but now is also opened for general public. It is considered as one of the most famous hospitals in Vietnam. It is

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  • 108 Hospital, also known in many variations as Army Medical Institute 108, or Army Central Hospital 108, or 108 MILITARY CENTRAL HOSPITAL (Recommended) (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Trung ương Quân Đội 108), is a hospital located at 1 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Vietnam. It was originally a military hospital for French army in Indochina built in 1894 known as Lanessan Hospital, (in Vietnamese: Nhà thương Đồn Thủy) and the practice hospital for Indochina Medical College (now Hanoi Medical University) which was located nearby at that time. After the communists took control over Hanoi in 1954, it turned into a central military hospital for senior officials, but now is also opened for general public. It is considered as one of the most famous hospitals in Vietnam. It is the first hospital in Vietnam that carried out organ transplants (kidney, liver). It is also famous for surgery. (en)
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  • 108 Hospital, also known in many variations as Army Medical Institute 108, or Army Central Hospital 108, or 108 MILITARY CENTRAL HOSPITAL (Recommended) (Vietnamese: Bệnh viện Trung ương Quân Đội 108), is a hospital located at 1 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, in the Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi, Vietnam. It was originally a military hospital for French army in Indochina built in 1894 known as Lanessan Hospital, (in Vietnamese: Nhà thương Đồn Thủy) and the practice hospital for Indochina Medical College (now Hanoi Medical University) which was located nearby at that time. After the communists took control over Hanoi in 1954, it turned into a central military hospital for senior officials, but now is also opened for general public. It is considered as one of the most famous hospitals in Vietnam. It is (en)
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