Top hospitals in Thailand

Some of the top hospitals in Thailand are:

  1. BNH Hospital,
  2. Bumrungrad International Hospital,
  3. Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, and
  4. Bangkok International Hospital.

We often fell ill while traveling. Generally due to changes in the environment, exertion and not getting proper care or rest of the body. So, we must have some knowledge of good hospitals in the city or country we are traveling.

Top hospitals in Thailand

Here are the top hospitals in Malaysia you must know about.

1 – BNH Hospital

BNH began life as a nursing home for British and other expatriates in Thailand in the late 1800s. A lot has changed since then but the modern-day BNH you see today was established in 1991 to provide high-end, international standard care to the domestic and international market.

The concept of ‘care’ is really impressive at BNH, with the waiting rooms designed like comfortable living spaces, while the highly trained staff ensure everything is very professionally run. The hospital is located on Soi Convent, between Silom and Sathorn roads.

Opening Hours: 24 hours a day

Address: 9/1 Convent Road

Siloam Tel: +66 (0)2 686 2700

Website: BNH Hospital

2 – Bumrungrad International Hospital

Centrally located in the heart of Bangkok, Bumrungrad International is one of Thailand’s premier hospitals, a center of excellence in specialty medicine, and a world leader in medical tourism. It offers its patients one-stop medical care in Asia’s first and Thailand’s only JClA (Joint Commission International Accreditation) accredited hospital.

The largest private hospital in Southeast Asia, it treats around 900,000 patients per year of which one third (300,000) are international patients from over 150 different countries. Treating them is over 700 highly qualified physicians and dentists. There are over 554 inpatient beds and Bumrungrad has the capacity to treat 3,000 outpatients per day.

Address: 33 Sukhumvit 3, Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Tel: +66 (2) 667 1000

3 – Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital

Founded in 1979, Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital is a leading provider of healthcare in Thailand and Southeast Asia today. With its comprehensive range of facilities and services – from cosmetic services to tertiary care – it is renowned as a provider of choice for local residents, expatriates living in Thailand, and increasingly tourists.

There are 270 beds, 87 examination suites and over 1,200 caregivers to cater for patients’ needs, as well as a comprehensive range of high-tech medical equipment such as digital imaging and the latest 64-slice CT Scan. Specialists routinely perform complex surgeries like open heart and liver transplants.

Their commitment goes beyond quality medical care; Samitivej Sukhumvit has nurtured an environment of ‘healing hospitality’ and convenience to give patients maximum comfort and complete peace of mind.

Location: 133 Sukhumvit 49, Klongton Nua, Wattana

4 – Bangkok International Hospital

Bangkok International Hospital’s world-renowned physicians use the latest cutting-edge technology, while excellent nursing staff provides patients with the highest level of medical care. With overseas training and experience, its staff will ensure that all your needs are met. Its first class facilities, leading expertise and advancements in medical technology make it one of the leaders in private medical care within Thailand.

A consistent focus on quality of service and patient satisfaction has been rewarded with accreditations from US, European, Australian and Japanese Medical Boards, and by the standard certification ISO 1900-2000 from the Ministry of Health in Thailand.

Location: 2 Soi Soonvijai 7 New Petchburi Road Bangkapi, Huay Khwang Bangkok 10310

Tel: +66 (2) 310 3000 or 1719


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2 responses to “Top hospitals in Thailand”

    1. Richard – Verduin

      Hallo. Mijn naam is Richard Verduin. Ik ben 73 jaar
      Uit Holland. Ik wil graag weten hoeveel het kost om een gezondheid test te doen,
      in het in Bangkok International Bumrungrad Ziekenhuis.

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