Medical Tourism to Thailand

Healthcare in Thailand is an excellent quality - good news for international patients who are going there.

English-speaking general practitioners, dentists, and opticians are readily available in Thailand. You will find that most major provinces have at least one private hospital, and popular tourist destinations have more. Thailand’s health service infra-structure consists of three components: government health services, non-profit health organizations (NGOs), and the private medical sector.In Thailand, government-funded health care is funded by the Department of Medical Services at the Ministry of Public Health. Thailand is one of the leading medical tourism destinations in Asia. Most of the private hospitals in Thailand have excellent medical facilities and staff.A variety of agencies exist in Thailand to help disadvantaged people. These agencies include the Red Cross, World Vision, and Médecins Sans Frontières.


Thailand has had "a long and successful history of health development," according to the World Health Organization. Life expectancy is averaged at seventy years and a system providing universal health care for Thai nationals has been established since 2002.

Health and medical care is overseen by the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), along with several other non-ministerial government agencies, with total national expenditures on health amounting to 4.3 percent of GDP in 2009.

Non-communicable diseases form the major burden of morbidity and mortality, while infectious diseases including malaria and tuberculosis, as well as traffic accidents, are also important public health issues.

Most services in Thailand are delivered by the public sector, which includes 1,002 hospitals and 9,765 health stations. Universal health care is provided through three programs: the civil service welfare system for civil servants and their families, Social Security for private employees, and the universal coverage scheme that is theoretically available to all other Thai nationals. Some private hospitals are participants in the programs, but most are financed by patient self-payment and private insurance. According to the World Bank, under Thailand’s health schemes, 99.5 percent of the population have health protection coverage.

The MOPH oversees national health policy and also operates most government health facilities. The National Health Security Office (NHSO) allocates funding through the universal coverage program. Other health-related government agencies include the Health System Research Institute (HSRI), Thai Health Promotion Foundation ("ThaiHealth"), National Health Commission Office (NHCO), and the Emergency Medical Institute of Thailand (EMIT). Although there have been national policies for decentralization, there has been resistance in implementing such changes and the MOPH still directly controls most aspects of health care.


Most hospitals in Thailand are operated by the Ministry of Public Health. Private hospitals are regulated by the Medical Registration Division. 

Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad International Hospital (Thai: ????????????????????, [ro??p?ája?ba?n bamru?râ?t], bahm-roong-RAHT; SETBH) is a multiple-specialty medical centre located in Bangkok, Thailand. More frequently referred to as Bumrungrad Hospital or simply Bumrungrad, its name, "Bumrungrad" means "to care for the populace" or "to nurture the people. Bumrungrad International Hospital was established as a 200-bed facility in September 1980 with an investment of 90 million Thai baht. Bumrungrad is Southeast Asia’s largest private hospital. As a regional referral centre for specialty medicine, it is one of the world’s popular medical tourism destinations. The majority shareholders in the hospital are Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, Bangkok Insurance Public Company Limited, Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited and the Sophonpanich family, one of Thailand’s leading business families.

Yanhee International Hospital 

Yanhee International Hospital (Thai: ?????????????? [ro??p?ája?ba?n j?nhi?], YAHN-hee) is a multi-service general hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, that specializes in a range of medical and cosmetic services. Yanhee comprises a 15-story hospital building with a 400-bed capacity, 150 full-time doctors, 120 part-time health professionals, and 800 nurses. Additionally, Yanhee operates 95 outpatient examination rooms, 12 major and 30 minor operating rooms, an 18-bed Intensive Care Unit, emergency rooms, delivery rooms, a diagnostic laboratory and a nursery.

Bangkok Hospital 

Bangkok Hospital is a hospital in BangkokThailand. It was opened in 1972 by a team of physicians, pharmacists and 30 nurses. It is one of the largest privately owned hospitals in Southeast Asia.The original hospital became the Bangkok Hospital Group, now Thailand's largest hospital operator with 40 locations in major cities throughout Thailand.[1]

In 2007, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Bangkok Hospital Group Co. Ltd. Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth received from Kaewkwan Watcharoethai, the Royal Household Secretary-General, the royal warrant appointment to display the Garuda emblem

Thai International Hospital

  More than 13 years of our experiences in infertility and general obstetrics and gynaecologic care treatment makes us understand the needs of individuals facing fertility treatment. They attempt to provide our patients with our expertise and mental support.Since Thai international Hospital believes that individualized treatment is the key of success in infertility treatment in individuals, They always do our best to serve you with personal and individualized care as our mission “Power of Care”.Thai International Hospital is accredited by Bureau of Laboratory Standards, Department of Medical Sciences Ministry of Public Health: 2015Our doctors are certified with the American Board of Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine. At Thai International Hospital, the Skin and Anti-Aging Center is operated by board - certified doctors, specializing in Cosmetic Dermatology and Anti-Aging. At Revitalize Wellness Center, we aim to provide safe and effective medical treatments to enhance restoration of self naturally. Our team will assist you and ensure this is the right place for you.

Vejthani Hospital

Vejthani Hospital is a JCI accredited private quartenary hospital in BangkokThailand. It is located in the Eastern Bangkok near Suvarnabhumi Airport. Established in 1994, it is a leading international hospital in Thailand that caters to the holistic healthcare needs of Thais, multi-national expats and medical tourists. Cutting-edge medical technologies, internationally trained specialists, world-class health care standards and authentic Thai hospitality are its key competencies.

Serving over 300,000 international patients from over 100 countries annually with 500 inpatient beds and over 300 specialists, Vejthani Hospital offers health care services across multiple specialties including Total Joint Replacement Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Orthopedics, Bone Marrow Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Dental, Skin & Laser Treatment, Spine Surgery, Hand & Shoulder Surgery, Gastro-Intestinal, Infertility Treatment (ART), Urology, Abdominal Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Medical .

The Bangkok Christian Hospital 

The Bangkok Christian Hospital (Thai: ?????????????????????????) is one of the oldest general hospitals in BangkokThailand. Situated on Silom Road, Bangrak District. At present The Bangkok Christian Hospital has special centers (International Refractive Center, Skin care & laser Center, Health Screening Center, Dental Care Center) and specialized departments (internal medicineophthalmology, ear, nose and throat, obstetricsand gynecologypediatricsorthopedicssurgeryradiologyanesthesiology).

Besides medical care it provides pastoral care with its same name division.

The Hospital considered to be good and much cheaper, than other same level hospitals by expatriate community in Thailand.

Bangkok Adventist Hospital

Bangkok Adventist Hospital, also known locally as Mission Hospital, is a non-profit general hospital with a registered capacity of 200 beds and 24 bassinets, located on Phitsanulok Road in BangkokThailand. The hospital's name in Thai literally translates as Hospital Mission, which is why it is called "Mission Hospital" by both Thais and local expatriates. It is owned and operated by the Christian Medical Foundation of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Thailand under the auspices of the Southeast Asia Union Mission (SAUM) and is part of global Adventist healthcare system. It is one of three Adventist hospitals in Southeast Asia, the others being in Phuket, Thailand, and the Penang Adventist Hospital in Malayasia.

Bangkok Adventist Hospital is one of ten private hospitals in Thailand that have received Hospital Accreditation (HA).

Pattaya International Hospital 

Pattaya International Hospital takes pride in being your community hospital and an institution where the patient always comes first. Located in the heart of Pattaya, a brisk 5 minute walk from one of the town’s picturesque beaches, our hospital offers a tranquil environment conducive to healing. Here, our multilingual medical teams aim to provide genuinely compassionate care to all our visitors.

With a long history of serving the residents and guests of Pattaya, the hospital was founded under Dr. Sunya Viravaidya’s philosophy of creating value for patients through affordable care in order to improve the overall well-being of the community. Importantly, while much of the medical industry may be focused on maximizing profits, we believe the focus should be on the end result – a healthy patient.

Today, Pattaya International Hospital is a comprehensive tertiary care provider which offers over 80 inpatient beds, 24 hour Emergency Services, and a full range of advanced facilities including: an Intensive Care Unit, Obstetrics Department, Bio Laser Center, Dental Center, Acupuncture Center, 2 fully-equipped operating theatres, a Physical Therapy Center, Dermatology & Cosmetic Centers and more.


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