Centers&Clinics

See a complete listing of available centers and clinics at Bangkok Hospital.

  • Bangkokhospital : brain

    BRAIN

    It is quite hard to believe that something as small as the human brain could possess 10 to 12 billion cells, each with strands to connect electronically and chemically.

  • Bangkokhospital : bone

    BONE

    The average human’s bones tend to deteriorate as we age, such deterioration can be further amplified by our own behavior and bad habits as well as unexpected injuries and accidents that may lead to complications.

  • Bangkokhospital : good-health

    GOOD HEALTH

    Having good and a high quality of health often involves beauty both on the outside and within and can also be an indication of proper healthcare. First and foremost is an annual health check-up to learn about health problems of which you may be unaware that will lead to the right treatment before an illness exacerbates.

  • Bangkokhospital : eye-ent

    EYE ENT

    All organs in a human body serve an important purpose, none more so than the eye. Appropriately, the saying that the eyes are the window to a person’s soul has not gone out of style for centuries. As no individual would want anything irregular to happen that may cause them to lose their eye/eyes permanently Bangkok Hospital offers an Eye Center, a LASIK Center, and a Glaucoma Clinic.

  • Bangkokhospital : emergency-referral

    EMERGENCY & REFERRAL

    Because life is full of uncertainties accidents can always occur without warning, however they can be prevented and its impact mitigated. This is the role of the medical and emergency paramedic staff who make first contact with victims of an accident.

  • Bangkokhospital : mother-child

    MOTHER & CHILD

    An infant with a healthy body will have a higher chance of positive development as it matures. The success of this notion is dependent on the Mother and family members.

  • Bangkokhospital : gi

    GI

    The human gastrointestinal tract is composed of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine colon, rectum, liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas. All of which are important internal organs because it involves the process in which we eat to gain nutrients to provide our body with energy.

  • Bangkokhospital : chest

    CHEST

    The heart is not the only organ found in the chest area, other important organs such as your lungs, esophagus, trachea, and key arteries are also found there. Discomfort in the chest area can come in many forms such as chest pain, tiredness, and dry cough, all of which can be symptoms of lung disease.

  • Bangkokhospital : geriatric-rehab

    GERIATRIC & REHAB

    As we enter into the “elderly” stage of our lives it becomes more necessary for people to take more care of themselves. Not only does this apply to the elderly, but also younger relatives who should also strive to look after the health of their seniors.

  • Bangkokhospital : surgery

    SURGERY

    A lot of people may not like the idea of surgical treatment for obvious reasons. It requires the use of surgical instruments to gain entry into a patient’s body in order to treat a disease or irregularity.

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PATIENT’S STORY

“No fall..No fracture”

“No fall..No fracture”

As we get older our health begins to deteriorate, this is especially true in the case of bone strength in women. As such, many are concerned with osteoporosis which causes bones to become brittle and fragile, resulting in fracture.

อ่านต่อ Published on: 6 Sep 2012
Restoring Mobility for Thailand’s No.1

Restoring Mobility for Thailand’s No.1

If we think back to 2013 there were numerous news reports on the leg fracture of Thailand’s number one goalkeeper and SCG Muang Thong United’s Tong-Kawin Thamsatchanan nicknamed “Flying Kawin”. However, Thai football fans can now prepare to welcome back their national hero.
อ่านต่อ Published on: 6 Sep 2012
Electroencephalography functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Electroencephalography functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Electroencephalography functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Is a multimodal neuroimaging technique whereby EEG and fMRI data are recorded synchronously for the study of electrical brain activity in correlation with hemodynamic changes in brain during the electrical activity, be it normal function or associated with disorders
อ่านต่อ Published on: 6 Sep 2012
“No fall..No fracture”

“No fall..No fracture”

As we get older our health begins to deteriorate, this is especially true in the case of bone strength in women. As such, many are concerned with osteoporosis which causes bones to become brittle and fragile, resulting in fracture.

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