Phuket's biggest and grandest medical facility, the Bangkok Hospital Phuket offers a vast array of treatments, health education and rehabilitation across a multitude of specialties. Having achieved JCI accreditation in 2009, they're capable of delivering the highest quality of tertiary care across such areas as: cardiology, colorectal disease, gynecology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology and orthopaedics.
With over 80,000 foreign visitors per year, the Bangkok Hospital Phuket is a hot-spot for medical tourism, not just for Thailand but globally. Their healthcare and wellness packages are also unrivaled throughout Thailand - for more information, enquire now or request a free quote.
Bumrungrad, the world-class hospital, provides quality medical treatment and services with advanced technology.
Bumrungrad International is an internationally accredited, multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. Founded in 1980, it is one of the largest private hospitals in Southeast Asia, with 580 beds and over 30 specialty centres. Bumrungrad International offers state-of-the-art diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities in a one-stop medical centre.
Chiang Mai Ram is a private hospital established in 1993, consisting of 350 beds over 12 floors.
Part of the Ramkhamhaeng Group, one of Thailand’s largest and most respected hospital groups; they are affiliated with a network of twenty hospitals throughout Thailand. You can expect significantly affordable international quality health care, while experiencing world renowned Thai hospitality.
Their mission is to improve the quality of medical care, with modern and state-of-the-art equipment. They use professional standards in diagnosing, treatment and promoting good health. The team of doctors, health professionals and staff are motivated to work efficiently with the Hospital’s modern management system.
Known locally as the Mission Hospital, it's official name is the Bangkok Adventist Hospital and it's a privately operated not-for-profit general hospital. Patients can expect slightly lower prices and less thrills compared to the other major privately owned hospitals in Thailand, despite this, the hospital attracts thousands of medical tourists each year.
Founded in 1937, the hospital consists of 180+ beds and is one of only ten private hospitals in Thailand to have achieved the Thai Hospital Accreditation (HA) award. Mission Hospital caters for a range of medical disciplines including oncology, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, cardiology and urology.
Thainakarin Hospital was officially opened in June 1993 and consisted of six main departments: surgery, medicine, paediatrics, gynecology, otolaryngology and dentistry. Today, services also include an emergency department, pharmacy, physical therapy, laboratory department and an in-patient unit.
For optimal performance and patient satisfaction, the hospital is managed in cooperation by the Office of Administrative Directors, Office of Medical Directors, Nursing Department, Human Resource Department and other related functional offices.
Over the past 20+ years, the hospital has seen renovations to its health care service areas and expansions to the TCM Clinc, Well-Baby Clinic, Cardiac Catheterization Center and Orthopedics Surgery Department.
Bangkok Hospital Bangkok (aka. Bangkok Hospital Medical Center) is the flagship facility in the Bangkok Hospital Group and is one of Thailand's largest medical centers. Having achieved JCI accreditation way back in 2007, it offers services in tertiary care, cosmetics and dental.
Situated in the Huay Khwang district of Bangkok, the facility comprises of four buildings housing the Bangkok Hospital, Bangkok International Hospital, Wattanasoth Cancer Hospital and the Bangkok Heart Hospital. Other services can be found in their numerous other buildings close by.
With hundreds of doctors and medical staff fluent in both English and Thai, thousands of medical tourists flock from all over the world to undergo surgeries and procedures at the Bangkok Hospital Bangkok. The hospital is so highly rated by the Royal Household that they were granted permission to display the Garuda Emblem.