City Guide: 5 private hospitals to get treated in Bangkok

Bumrungrad International Hospital | Photo via Bumrungrad website

If you ever need medical attention in Bangkok, you can be confident that the Thai capital’s health care services are outstanding and on the level with western standards. Private hospitals offer one of the best services because they have high-end equipment and facilities, internationally qualified doctors, and multilingual employees.

Bangkok’s private hospitals don’t look like the average and common hospitals. Instead, they look like hotels! You’ll discover a selection of the best Bangkok hospitals delivering high-quality health care services listed below.

Phyathai Hospitals
The Phyathai Group of Hospitals was founded in 1976 and now has 3 locations. The International Relation Centre (IRC) at Phyathai 1 Hospital gives quality healthcare to international clients with bilingual interpreters. Phyathai 2 Hospital has modern medical equipment and technology. They can manage approximately 500 patients. The Phyathai Heart Center was founded in collaboration with Harvard Medical International (HMI) and the Phyathai Group Hospitals. Phyathai 3 Hospital was founded to provide medical care to residents of Thonburi. It is equipped with current technology and offers a full range of health services and facilities.

Location: Phyathai 1 Hospital (Google Maps) | Phyathai 2 Hospital (Google Maps) | Phyathai 3 Hospital (Google Maps)

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Saint Louis Hospital
On September 15, 1898, Archbishop Louis Vey, the Head of the Roman Catholic Mission in Siam, founded the St. Louis Hospital in Bangkok. It offers treatment by hiring specialists from different medical fields. A broad range of specialized medical technology such as a Digital Catheterization Lab, Exercise Stress Test, Mammogram, and Bone Densitometry, is accessible for successful patient diagnosis and treatment.

Location: Google Maps

Bangkok International Hospital
Bangkok Hospital was founded in 1972 as one of Thailand’s first private hospitals, is part of a hospital network that spans across Thailand. Over the past 50 years, they have transformed to become a large hospital with specialized cancer and heart hospitals. The physicians at Bangkok International Hospital use cutting-edge equipment, and their skilled nursing staff offers patients the highest quality of medical treatment. It is one of Thailand’s leaders in private medical services, with first-class facilities, top expertise, and medical technological developments. All of the specialized centres are fitted with cutting-edge medical technology. They also have a specific international team of interpreters who speak more than 30 languages.

Location: Google Maps

Samitivej Sukhumvit/Srinakarin Hospital
Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, founded in 1979, is a major healthcare provider in Thailand. It is known as a hospital of choice for locals, expats residing in Thailand, and, increasingly, visitors, due to its broad range of facilities and services. Srinakarin Hospital provides high-quality medical treatments and is equipped with cutting-edge equipment It is easily accessible from the major expressway that connects Bangkok and Pattaya and is only minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport. The Samitivej Srinakarin Children’s Hospital, Thailand’s first private children’s hospital, opened in July 2003.

Location: Samitivej Sukhumvit (Google Maps) Samitivej Srinakarin (Google Maps)

Bumrungrad International Hospital
For nearly four decades, Bumrungrad International Hospital, founded in 1980, has been a leader in offering world-class healthcare services and international patient care. Bumrungrad International Hospital has created diverse teams of experienced and skills to integrate quality care, making it a one-stop healthcare location for every patient and complicated medical needs. Bumrungrad is an internationally approved hospital that has been listed on the Thai Stock Exchange since 1989. Bumrungrad International Hospital is one of Southeast Asia’s largest private hospitals.

Location: Google Maps

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Pete is a writer for The Thaiger, and he writes various topics from news, travel and property. His main focus is writing about Thai news, and what is happening in Thailand.

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