Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital - Overview
Build in 1979, Samitivej Sukhumvit has grown to be a leading provider of medical healthcare services in Thailand and Southeast Asia. Today the hospital is recognized as a provider of choice for the local residents and many of the expatriates living in Thailand.
Their commitment to quality care and innovation has been recognized by UNICEF and WHO, being the first hospital in Thailand to be awarded the Mother and Baby Friendly Hospital status in 1999. Other notable awards includes the Prime Minister's awards for Most Recognized Service in 2004 and accreditation by Hospital Accreditation Board in Thailand.
Samitivej Sukhumvit has a comprehensive range of facilities and services from cosmetic to tertiary care. With 270 beds, 87 examination suites and over 1,200 caregivers, the hospital has long been recognized as a comprehensive facility of choice for locals, expatriates and tourists. You are more than welcome to take our Bangkok Branch's hospital virtual tour to see the environment inside our facilities.
The hospital's range of high-technology medical equipment, complemented with its skilled team of caregivers and specialists has successfully performed complex surgery from open heart to liver transplant treatment. The hospital is well equipped from digital imaging to the latest 64-slice CT Scan.
Their commitment goes beyond quality medical healthcare services for the wellness in Thai society. Samitivej Sukhumvit has created an environment of 'healing hospitality' and convenience to allow our patients the comfort and peace of mind. The hospital's international department is always available to assist our foreign patients and visitors. The hospital also has an immigration counter to assist foreigners with visa and other immigration requirements.
Departments and specialty centers at Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital
- Number of doctors: 400
- Number of beds: 270
- Year established: 1979
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last updated on May 3, 2017.
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