Monday, 02 February 2015
In the past 10 years, the provincial health care system has been upgraded, built new hospitals and health care centers at all districts and wards. All health care units are synchronously equipped, facilitating the treatment of illness for all people.
In 2001, the average bed is 15.8 beds/1,000 persons.

There are 3,667 medical staff by 2001, of which 470 are doctors, 20 pharmacists, nurses are 1412, making the ratio of 19.35 nurses and 3 doctors per 1.000 persons.
National medical programs and other activities of disease prevention have gained some achievements, particularly in preventing malaria, petechial fever, typhoid, tetanus, goitre… The program of population and family planning is well performed.