Beat Richner is a Swiss pediatrician, cellist, and founder of children’s hospitals in Cambodia. He created the Kantha Bopha Foundation in Zurich in 1992 and became its head. He and another expatriate oversee and run the predominantly Cambodian-manned hospitals. As both a cellist and a medical doctor, Richner is known by patients, audiences, and donors as “Beatocello”.
About Beat Richner
Doctor who founded several children’s hospitals and heads the Kantha Bopha Foundation to provide free treatment.
He received his medical degree in 1973.
He played the cello and created the character Beatocello, a clown who played the cello for children.
He spent most of his life unmarried.
He was born in the same country as famous architect Le Corbusier.
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