Top 4 Hospital in Bangkok

Where to go when you need care and cure?1.Bangkok HospitalNo.2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Phetchaburi Rd., Bangkok 10320Tel: 662 310 3377Fax: 662 310 3367Bangkok Hospital is one of the biggest hospitals in Thailand which provides tertiary healthcare. The hospital was established in 1972 by a group of doctors and pharmacists, starting with 5 specialists and 30 full time nurses. Today Bangkok Hospital has more than 400 full-time & consultant physicians and 600 nurses. Bangkok Hospital has gradually expanded its network to many provinces and is now the leading hospital of a whole network of hospitals throughout the country: The Bangkok Hospital Group. Continuous development and investment in technology, medical expertise and supporting facilities have contributed to the hospital's current status, ranking it amongst top medical institutions in Southeast Asia.The International Medical Center (IMC) at Bangkok Hospital is a department catering especially for foreigners. The team of multi-lingual interpreters is ready at all times to help overseas visitors and expatriates overcome the barriers of language and culture when visiting the hospital. The IMC also has its own International Clinic, where highly educated nurses and doctors serve patients from all over the world.Currently, more than 100 different nationalities benefit from the excellent international medical care and the personal service offered by the hospital.2.Praram 9 Hospital99 Soi Praram 9 Hospital, Rama IX Rd., Bangkok 10320.Tel: 662 248 8020Fax: 662 248 8018Established in 1992, Praram 9 Hospital aims to establish a hospital provided with quality care of an international standard. Also the hospital has been accredited under the ISO quality assurance system in 2000 and Hospital Accreditation (HA) in 2004.The international patient assistance will be available in English, Japanese, Chinese and Korea. The assistance in other languages would be available upon request.The hospital provides a complete range of accommodation, from budget-minded bedrooms to royal suites. All rooms have been designed with your comfort and safety in mind.3.Bumrungrad HospitalNo.33 Sukhumvit 3 (Soi Nana Nua), Wattana, Bangkok 10110 ThailandTelephone: 66 (0) 2667 1000 Facsimile: 66 (0) 2667 2525 Emergency: 66 (0) 2667 2999 Out-patient Appointment: 66 (0) 2667 1555 Dental Appointment : 66 (0) 2667 2300 General Appointment: E-mail: info@bumrungrad.com is an internationally accredited, multi specialty hospital located in the heart of Bangkok (Sukhumvit Road). All medical services are delivered within a 100,000 square meter facility that houses Southeast Asia’s largest private out-patient clinic, featuring 30 specialty clinics and over 600 physicians, 554 inpatient beds, and complete state-of-the-art diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities.4.Samitivej Hospital (Sukhumvit)133 Sukhumvit 49, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok. 10110 Tel : +66-2711-8000Fax : +66-2391-1290 Email : in 1979, Samitivej Hospitals is one of the leading private hospital groups in Thailand, the main facility Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital located on Sukhumvit Road Soi 49, considered one of the leading private hospitals in South-East Asia.Samitivej with its state of the art medical facilities serving its customers for primary and specialty care has long been seen as the comprehensive provider of choice.In 1999 Samitivej won a prestigious award for Mother and Baby Friendly Hospital, from WHO and UNICEF, which further strengthened its position in the expatriate population in South East Asia.As an international healthcare provider the services are geared to manage relations with insurance and assistance companies to further ensure a smooth and easy handling.Our services include specialized care enters, international services, interpreters, arrangement for appointments/treatment.Known for the quality of its medical staff, many with international training and its sophisticated facilities make Samitivej Hospitals an easy accessible healthcare provide


Pung said...

Was curious if any Westerner has had any difficulties or experiences visiting Thailand for a medical procedure. And if they did, what action, if any, did they take? This article was just posted on the Internet and looks at medical tourism from a legal perspective. Here's the link Medical Tourism Thailand.

Tourist said...

I am from California and I often use Vejthani Hospital when I go to Bangkok. They are priced a bit better than most well known western hospitals so their checkup packages are more affordable.
I've been going there for 6 years now.
They have a "hotel like" atmosphere.
No need to make an appointment. Just take a taxi and register at the front desk.
They give you the results of your tests right after it is all over.
I got an English speaking doctor so that was really helpful.

sumaira said...

Once you have decided to come to Bangkok for medical care, you need to do some research beforehand regarding the procedure you need to perform and the facilities you are considering. Thai hospitals have ISO safety certification. You can come here for various medical treatment purposes including cosmetic surgery, cardiac bypass surgery, Liposuction, breast augmentation, etc. Thailand hospitals