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Samitivej Srinakarin

488 Srinakarin Rd., Suanluang, Bangkok 10250

Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital has been serving the medical needs of Bangkok’s Thai, expatriate and international communities for decades. It is globally recognized as a leading healthcare provider in Thailand and is the recipient of numerous awards. First and foremost among these is Samitivej’s accreditation by the American JCI, the highest international acclaim that any medical institution can receive. In addition, it was ISO 9002 certified in 2001 and received Hospital Accreditation (HA) from the Institute of Hospital Quality Improvement Accreditation in 2003.


Located near the expressway that connects Bangkok and Pattaya, the 400-bed facility is easily accessible from Suvarnabhumi Airport. Surrounded by nearly 7 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens and ponds, visitors are treated to a tranquil environment conducive to patients’ recovery and rehabilitation. We are well aware that the field of medical technology is a dynamic one and are constantly evolving and improving our facilities to bring our patients the most advanced care possible.

Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital’s greatest strength lies in its dedicated and highly trained staff. Our team of specialized physicians and nurses offer years of practical experience. Many have studied and worked abroad, in addition to practicing in Thailand. They are committed to continuing to bring our patients high-quality healthcare.

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