Samitivej Hospitals, part of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS), are a leading group of private hospitals serving both Thailand and the ASEAN region. Samitivej’s first hospital was founded in June 1979. Samitivej’s main office is located at Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok.
Samitivej Hospital has a long history of excellent care and innovation. In 1999, Samitivej became the first hospital in Thailand to be awarded the prestigious recognition as a Mother-and-Baby Friendly Hospital by the WHO and UNICEF. Further recognitions include Thailand’s Prime Minister Award for the Most Recognized Service in 2004 and hospital accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI). Samitivej was also the first hospital outside of Japan to be accredited with the Japan Council for Quality Health Care (JCQHC) award. Samitivej Hospital was named the best hospital in Asia for medical tourists by the Medical Travel Quality Alliance (MTQUA), ranking among the world’s top 10 hospitals for medical travelers.
We think it’s best if people don’t see us too often
We’ve been committing ourselves to innovative techniques that can identify health risks and help prevent future illnesses. We want to ensure that you see us less often, because we want you healthy. We don’t want anyone to be ill.
Here is more on Samitivej’s medical innovation to unveil the body’s hidden secrets and prevent health risks:
• Precision Medicine: Better healthcare thanks to your genes. Read more
• Narrow Band Imaging (NBI): Advanced colonoscopy and gastroscopy technique identifying polyps before becoming cancerous, offering two times earlier detection of cancer. In medical collaboration with Sano Hospital in Japan. Read more
• Treatment and preventive care children, from newborn until grownup. In medical collaboration with Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, U.S., ranked world’s best children’s hospitals. Read more
Samitivej group continues to innovate and strive towards the highest level of care and safety for patients, their families and visitors.