Bangkok Diabetes, Thyroid, and Endocrine Center

Best treatment for diabetes to ensure best results rely on the expertise of specialized multidisciplinary medical personnel who provide information to the patient which can then lead to effective self-care. 

The Bangkok Diabetes, Thyroid, and Endocrine Center was created with the objective of providing specialist medical staff that can provide expertise that is of a high standard. This includes providing patients with necessary information. We also aim to provide services in treatment of thyroid conditions such as thyroid disease, pituitary gland disease, high cholesterol, obesity, high blood pressure, calcium deficiencies, and osteoporosis. 

Bangkok Diabetes, Thyroid, and Endocrine Center Services

  1. Provides a center of expertise in diabetes and metabolism: physician, nurses, diabetes specialists, nutritionists, activity coordinators, pharmacists, and foot specialists. 

  2. Fast and Accurate Diagnosis (Quick Lab) Helps to reduce the wait in blood test of: FBS, Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL , LDL , BUN, CRE, Uric Acid, POCT  HGT ,  POCT  HbA1c  ,  POCT  Microalbumin urine It takes an average of 7 minutes to perform the test.

  3. Test for coagulation in arteries or throughout the body use the ABI equipment designed for diabetes patients

  4. Treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of complications that arise from diabetes such as micro albumin urine test, eye test, testing blood sugar levels (HbA1C), referral of patients to specialists in the fields of heart, kidney eyes, surgery, and foot.

  5. Care for relatives of diabetes patients by providing Pre-Diabetes information and providing checkups to check for diabetes by checking blood sugar level and glucose consumption OGTT


Technology at Bangkok Diabetes, Thyroid, and Endocrine Center 


  1. POCT, HGT,  POCT  HbA1c  ,  POCT  Micro albumin urine  (7 minutes avg.)
  2. Insulin pump (available 24 hours)
  3. Needleless insulin injection (Comfort-in)
  4. Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGMS) Available 24 hours


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