Public Health Organisation General Hospital Veles was founded in 1946 as City Hospital for Patients with Tuberculosis. The firm building was built in 1965. In 1976 A, B and C tracts were built as addition to the previous building and it functioned as a whole together with Public Health Organisation Medicinal Centre Veles. Starting from 1st Junce, 2005, with the Amendments to the Law of Healthcare, it functions as General Hospital Veles, with Prvision 1-10226/24 from 10.12.2004 issued by the Ministry of Health of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. PHO General Hospital Veles, with the capacity of 285 hospital beds is a working environment of specialist, consultative and hospital departments that give services of secondary level of 10% of the Former Yugoslav Rebublic of Macedonia population, i.e. to the population of Municipality of Veles, Chashka, Gradsko and Rosoman, of Vardar Region as well as settlements that naturally belong to the City of Veles, according to the censure in 2002. General aim of PHO General Hospital Veles, as a public health institution of secondary level in our country, is giving diagnosis and treatment to patients in its specialist ambulances, departments, laboratory and radio diagnosis. The working hours are organized in 13 departments (anesthesiology with intensive care, isolation departments, pediatrics, surgery, urology, orthopedic with trauma centre, genecology and obstetrics, internal, neurology, psychiatric ailments with centre for addictions, physical medicine and rehabilitation, ORL and ophthalmology. Furthermore, there are 6 departments (radio diagnosis, biochemistry laboratory, pathology, ATD, skin and venereal diseases and hospital pharmacy. There are also 3 administrative technical services (legal service, economy-financial service and technical service).