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Hospitals and Medical Facilities in Thailand



 

 

Many Thai hospitals offer excellent quality of care and service.  Private hospitals are more expensive than public but many government hospitals are associated with medical schools and will have excellent doctors and nurses who are foreign trained and who speak English.

List of Accredited hospitals in Thailand

 

Here's a list of hospitals accredited through the Joint Commission International (JCI). The joint commission inspects facilities to make sure they meet the necessary standards.

 

Bangkok Hospital Medical Center 
Bangkok , Thailand 

Program:  Hospital 
First Accredited: 30 June 2007

Program:   DCSC Certification Acute Coronary Syndrome
First Certified:  30 October 2008

Program:  DCSC Certification Breast Cancer Conserving Therapy Program
First Certified:  1 November 200

Program:  DCSC Certification Heart Failure Program
First Certified:  29 October 2008

Program:  DCSC Certification
               Primary Stroke Center
First Certified:  31 October 2008


Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
Chonburi, Thailand

Program:  Hospital
First Accredited:  19 September 2009

Bangkok Hospital Phuket
Phuket, Thailand

Program:  Hospital
First Accredited:  23 May 2009

BNH Hospital
Bangkok, Thailand

Program:  Hospital
First Accredited:  29 May 2009

Bumrungrad International
Bangkok, Thailand 

Program:  Hospital 
First Accredited: 2 February 2002 
Re-Accredited: 8 April 2005
Re-Accredited: 31 July 2008

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Primary Stroke Program
First Certified: 28 October 2006
Re-certified:  25 November 2009

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Acute Myocardial Infarction with ST Segment Elevation
First Certified: 28 October 2006
Re-certified:  27 November 2009

Program:  CCPC Certification Program Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 and 2
First Certified:  24 March 2010

Program:  CCPC Certification Program Chronic Kidney Disease Stage I to IV
First Certified:  26 March 2010

Chiangmai Ram Hospital
Chiangmai, Thailand

Program:  Hospital
First Certified:  7 November 2009

Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital 
Bangkok, Thailand 

Program:  Hospital 
First Accredited:  11 August 2007

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Low Back Pain program
First Certified:  14 August 2009

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Primary Stroke program
First Certified:  12 August 2009


Samitivej Sriracha Hospital 
Chonburi, Thailand

Program:  Hospital
First Accredited:  8 November 2008
 

Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital 
Bangkok, Thailand

Program:  Hospital 
First Accredited: 27 January 2007
Re-accredited:  13 February 2010

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Lung Cancer Program
First Certified:  6 December 2008

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Acute Myocardial Infarction Program
First Certified:  4 December 2008

Program:  DCSC Certification Program Osteoarthritis of the Knee Program
First Certified: 15 August 2009

 

Medical websites in Thailand 

Some of the links below will have a price list of procedures where you can compare costs.  You will probably find that costs at Thai medical facilities can be many times less than they would be in other countries.

Bangkok Area

 

 

Chiang Mai Area

 

Pattaya Area

 

Phuket Area

 

Others


 
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