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Bangkok Hospital

Bangkok, Thailand


Bangkok Hospital is a large, internationally recognized and JCI-certified hospital complex located in Bangkok, Thailand’s vibrant capital. It ranks among the best medical institutions in the country and maximizes standards of healthcare with the latest technological equipment. The hospital has a range of specialized departments including the cardiology and oncology clinics, where even critical cases can be treated immediately.

At its foundation in 1972, the Bangkok Hospital was the first private hospital in Thailand. Since then, the facility has developed into an international healthcare center that offers a treatment or rehabilitation program for each and every diagnosis. The departments for cardiology and cancer treatment, which unite the complete medical expertise of their respective specialty competence centers, are special features. Every year, 40,000 patients are treated at the heart clinic; in addition, the Joint Commission-the largest and most prestigious international certification authority-reviews all the medical services. The hospital is proud to offer its patients outstanding service and modern accommodations with all the amenities. A team of translators supports patients and hospital staff with all communication issues in more than 26 languages.

The Bangkok Hospital has partnerships with Boston Scientific, Medtronic and St. Jude for ICD's, PM's and other implantable devices such as Deep Brain Stimulation and Pain Pumps for chronic pain patients.

Their MEDEVAC Department is operational 24/7 and we own 2 Helicopter (Air Ambulance equipped, ECMO compatible) and one fixed wing Air Ambulance (ECMO compatible) which is TEMOS and EURAMI certified.

Staff 6Physicians & Personnel


The Bangkok Hospital uses Linac 2 for RT and from next month will have the latest state-of-the-art radio-surgery System "Varian Edge" for cancer treatment. Hospital also has 2 brand-new 4th generation mCT flow PET-CT machines and the latest Cardiac CT Angiogram with 620 Multi-Slice (currently 256 Slices), as well as two 3 Tesla MRIs (one at Spine Center and one at Heart Center) and one open 1 Tesla MRI for claustrophobic/overweight patients. The hospital also offers OFF-PUMP CABG (Coronary Arterial Bypass Graft) surgery performed on the moving heart without bypass machine (immense decrease in complications in multimorbid patients), TAVI/ViV-TAVI (replacement of aortic valve via cath lab/minimal invasive surgery, ViV (valve in valve) for stenosis of pre-existing valve prosthesis), TEVAR (thoracic endovascular aortic repair) in hybrid procedure and 3D CartoSound ablation therapy for cardiac arrhythmic diseases.

Treatments 471Treatments Offered

Medical Quality Evaluation

Quality management

At the Bangkok Hospital, doctors and staff are very conscious regarding their responsibility towards the patient. Therefore, all staff is required to continuously improve workflows to ensure maximum patient safety. The treatment and service quality meet high international standards.


The clinic was awarded the gold certificate of the Joint Commission International, a guarantee of high quality. Moreover, the clinic proudly holds ISO 9001 certifications.

Clinic Services

Medical care services

  • Special services for instruction and counselling of relatives
  • Nutrition counselling
  • Manual lymphatic drainage
  • Massage
  • Heat and cold application
  • Special services for diabetic patients
  • Wound management
  • Acupressure
  • Acupuncture
  • Basal stimulation
  • Prenatal classes / exercises
  • Naturopathy / homoeopathy / phytotherapy
  • Special care for babies and infants
  • Baby care courses
  • Traditional chinese medicine
  • Postnatal recovery gymnastics
  • Special services for parents and families
  • Special services for patients with neurological disorder
  • Special services from midwifes
  • Special care services
  • Obesity education

Non-medical care services

  • Prayer room
  • Consideration of nutrition habits (cultural, religious)
  • Single room with bathroom
  • Reception and assistance services
  • TV at the bedside / in the room
  • Common room / lounge
  • Hotel services
  • Internet access
  • Accommodation for attendants
  • Double room
  • Double room with bathroom
  • Single room
  • Cashpoint
  • Rooming-in
  • Interpreter
  • International Office
  • Child care
  • Telephone at the bedside
  • Laundry service
  • Shuttle service
  • interdisciplinary tumor-board

External reviews from

bado kawaii, Nov 2017

"It was a great experience to used services in this hospital. All doctors and staffs are so helpful and really professional. I recommend to you all."

Jetsupa Thiengtham, Oct 2017

"Good facilities, excellent services from nurses, professional and polite advice from doctors. Great for physical check-up. Very fast when starting early st 7 am on weekdays."

Mohammad Rasel, Oct 2017

"Great Hospital.... Doctors, Nurses & all staffs are very much professional. Medical Treatments are highly appreciable. We are very much pleased to Bangkok Hospital."

حمد بن سليمان السيد, Oct 2017

"I was escorting my relative patient to the physicaltherapy center on 3rd floor on ,as I remember, 22nd October. As I have a right to request the wifi username and password, I requsted them from counter three. They took time a while, so I had to go to my patient since she does not speak English and may need help. I told them to bring it to me to the excersies room, but they only kept saying one minute. I of course left since my patient needed me and we pay for every minute get wasted meaning there is another appointment after us, so I can't wait long. Guess what! I am still waiting now in the excerses room, but nobody bothered bringing the wifi username and password to me. So dissapointed. This is one incident. Another thing that I want to write about is my feedback on a bad experience I had with Spine Academy on Bangkok Hospital. On 18/10 my experience was quite fine in both the service, stuff and the doctor, but on 24/10 I am so dissapointed on the service of the staff who take appointments as well as the pharmacists return policy.  I wanted to only return some pills that I discovered later that it has been prohibited in my country, Qatar. I also found out that some of the given pills had a side effect on my stomach. When I asked the pharmacists on both 23th and 24th Octobor to return them and refund me, they refused because it is against their policy. The pharmacist told me to ask the doctor to write me a paper that allows me to return the pills. I booked an appointment with the doctor, Kanit Chamroontaneskul, on 2pm on 24th October because at 2pm there is no queue and if so I will have a chance to be not too late on my physiotherapy. This is what the staff said on 23rd Octobor, but on 24th October they told me I have two people before me. I was so shocked of this and I couldn't wait to come on 4pm because I will still have a season on physiotherapy. As such, I told them that I will complain for both misleading (technichally lying) me on the queue number and unaccepting returning the pills. Just so dissapointed"

Robert Parsons, Aug 2017

"Saved my life. My pacemaker battery died upon getting there and admitted me immediately. The staff worked with my insurance company and I paid nothing. One point, tried to get this done at Bumrungrad International Hospital but they would not do it unless I paid the entire bill upfront."

Geography & Surrounding



Bangkok, the Thai capital with more than eight million inhabitants, is a city of superlatives. As one of the world’s most visited cities, the metropolis on the banks of the Chao Phraya River counts around 17 million foreign visitors per year. Numerous government agencies, universities, palaces and over 400 Buddhist temples make Bangkok the political, economic and cultural center of Thailand


Public transport: Bangkok has two international airports that provide regular connections to the whole world. From there, you can travel on to the clinic by public transport or taxi.

Car: There are parking lots in front of building D and W. Moreover, a parking service is at your disposal directly in front of each clinic building.


Bangkok, the Thai capital with more than eight million inhabitants, is a city of superlatives. As one of the world’s most visited cities, the metropolis on the banks of the Chao Phraya River counts around 17 million foreign visitors per year. Numerous government agencies, universities, palaces and over 400 Buddhist temples make Bangkok the political, economic and cultural center of Thailand. The city offers an exciting contrast of tradition and modernity. While star chefs create gourmet food in trendy skyscrapers rooftop-restaurants, small mobile food stands serve charcoal-broiled meat skewers on the sidewalks. On one hand, Bangkok is still traditionally Thai, but also presents itself as cosmopolitan and classy. While in the open-air markets you can purchase a t-shirt for the price of a beer, you can also squander the equivalence of a university professor’s monthly salary for a designer handbag from one of the city’s glittering shopping centers. Bangkok is a city in its own universe, suspenseful, pulsating and in permanent change. From partying and clubbing with international DJs to peaceful, deep contemplation in one of the numerous Buddhist temples – Bangkok offers every visitor exactly what they’re longing for. Above all this mind-blowing and sometimes chaotic diversity, Bangkok is the city of positive-minded, smiling and cheerful people.

Address: Bangkok Hospital 2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchburi Road, Huaykwang Bangkok, 10310 Thailand