YOUR TRUSTED HEALTHCARE NETWORK
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The BDMS family consists of six major hospital groups – Bangkok Hospital, Samitivej Hospital, BNH Hospital, Phyathai Hospital, Paolo Hospital and The Royal Hospital. The largest medical group in Thailand and the fifth largest globally by market capitalization, BDMS has medical facilities located throughout the country as well as two in neighboring Cambodia.
Our network: Leading Technology
BDMS offers the world’s latest medical technology, including the largest and most advanced blood analysis center in Thailand and one of the leading blood analysis centers in Asia Pacific. Our biomolecule center offers medical equipment for the healthcare industry domestically and internationally.
Our Network: International Collaborations
Medical affiliations with other leading hospitals worldwide are crucial in our development process. We have collaborated with numerous medical institutions from countries such as the United States and Japan, including Oregon Health and Science University, Sano Hospital, Stanford University, Missouri Orthopedic Institute of the University of Missouri, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Nagoya University.
CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
BDMS has designated nine hospitals throughout the network as Centers of Excellence. These centers are capable of offering the highest quality of clinical treatments to our patients as well as providing first class customer service. BDMS Centers of Excellence are not only selected for the expertise of their staff members, but also for their success in meeting a set of certified criteria.
BANGKOK HOSPITAL PHUKET
Ten years ago, 53 year old Surachet was diagnosed with, and began receiving treatment for, gastrointestinal stromal tumors. Eight years later, after the cancer returned, he sought medical advice from Dr. Surachat Chakrapee-Sirisuk, a Medical Oncologist at Wattanosoth Cancer Hospital. A second cancer was discovered, and Surachet is now receiving chemotherapy for both cancers.
31 year old Maria, an expat living and working in Thailand, was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. She sought advice on treatment options from Dr. Chatchai Koowattanapaisan, a Medical Oncologist at Wattanosoth Cancer Hospital. One year later, Maria considers herself cancer-free.