Samitivej Children’s Hospital

Samitivej Children’s Hospital

Samitivej Children’s Hospital is a leading provider of pediatric care in Thailand. We are proud to offer infants, young children and teenagers the same level of high-quality treatment that we offer adults.

As a private, globally recognized hospital, we combine state-of-the-art facilities with the latest technological advancements to bring your family a comprehensive range of medical services. Our team consists of 144 experienced doctors, pediatric surgeons and specialist physicians, as well as many other highly trained nurses and staff, and 72 interpreters to aid international patients.

Samitivej Children’s Hospital Transforms Its Sukhumvit Campus

Samitivej Children’s Hospital has recently transformed its Sukhumvit Campus by unveiling a new outpatient clinic. The space of our clinical areas have been expanded and designed for functionality and ease of treatment access.

Learn more about the different areas within our new clinic and the special services they offer here.

Samitivej Children Hospital

Our Facilities

133 Sukhumvit 49, Klongtan Nua, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110
488 Srinakarin Rd., Suanluang, Bangkok 10250

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Together We Are One

Samitivej Children’s Hospital is celebrating the first anniversary of our collaboration with Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), a leading children’s hospital from the United States.

Find out more information about this collaboration.

News & Events

Samitivej Sukhumvit First Aid & CPR for Kids 2017
Learn how to protect your child inside and outside the house..
Samitivej Hospitals receive “AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility
Samitivej Hospitals receives Corporate Social Responsibility..

Health Articles

Nephrotic Syndrome in Children
Have you ever noticed swelling around your child’s eyes or body, or observed that their urine is frothy? Have you ever wondered what it is, whether it’s dangerous, or if it can be treated? Learn more about nephrotic syndrome here.
Strabismus or Squinting in Children
When a child's eye turns another direction, such as outwards or upwards, while the other eye looks forward, this is due to a condition or disease known as strabismus. Learn more about strabismus and its treatment methods here.