Thailand’s Hospital Network Has Several Centres Offering World-Class Care Against Cancer.
Bangkok Hospital Headquarters - WATTANOSOTH Cancer Hospital
Accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), it has tertiary care facilities offering medical services to more than 200,000 patients from more than 160 countries each year
A specialized cancer care institution with more than 10 years of experience in Thailand, its purpose is to provide cancer patients with high-quality services in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment under the concept of "comprehensive cancer care." The center provides professional and comprehensive cancer treatment, with the latest medical innovations and state-of-the-art technical support, and is also supported by its sister institute, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Its team of experts is committed to providing patients with the best care and treatment.
Excellent services of Wattanosoth Cancer Hospital
1. Total cancer care
The disease prevention, diagnosis, and world-class treatment for cancer patients, survival rates, and other outcome indicators are comparable to those of the major cancer centers in the United States, Western Europe, and Japan.
2. Palliative care and pain management
3. Advanced technology
The examinations and treatments available at the hospital include PET / CT scan, 256 - Slice Multi-Detector CT scan, SPECT, EDGE radiosurgery, digital mammogram, and breast ultrasound.
4. Think positive club
The hospital builds a community for patients, their families, and their caregivers to share experiences and encouragement.
5. Self-help group
It has a community dedicated to patients with hematological malignancies to allow them to share experiences and participate in educational as well as recreational activities
Address：2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchburi Rd., Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand.
Thailand Call Center：1719 / +66 02-310-3000
Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
It has been accredited by the JCI for four consecutive times, receiving more than 500,000 patients each year, 170,000 of whom come from overseas, and providing comprehensive medical services that meet international standards. Its team also offers translation services in more than 20 languages.
Experts from the Oncology Center of Bangkok Hospital Pattaya are dedicated to treating various malignancies such as breast, lung, thyroid, oesophageal, cervical, gastrointestinal, liver, and prostate cancers.
Through X-ray, ultrasound, mammography, MRI, CT, blood test, tissue extraction, and liquid-based thin layer (precision detection of cervical cancer) examinations, the expert team formulates the best treatment and post-care plans. Breast-related and reconstructive surgeries are also available at the hospital.
Address：301 Moo 6 Sukhumvit Road KM 143, Naklua, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150 Thailand.
Thailand Call Center：1719 / +66 3825-9999
Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai
It’s a tertiary care hospital accredited by the JCI and the only international hospital in Northern Thailand that has been certified by CAMTS and EU.
The Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai uses the latest medical innovations to provide patients with professional cancer care services and the most effective treatment.
The oncology department of the hospital has a comprehensive and professional team composed of oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, trained nurses, pharmacists, and nutritionists. They are committed to providing comprehensive treatments and attach great importance to all aspects of cancer care, such as diagnosis and treatment planning as well as clinical trials and diagnostic imaging.
In addition to providing professional medical treatment, its team also focuses on encouraging patients to build confidence until they complete the treatment and return to a normal life. Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai has a wide range of services, from cancer prevention to end-of-life care.
Address：88/8-9 Moo 6 Nong Pa Khrang, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai.
Thailand Call Center：1719 / +66 052-089-888
Bangkok Hospital Phuket
It’s a JCI-certified tertiary care hospital that receives more than 90,000 foreign patients each year.
Together with Bangkok Hospital Siriroj and Dibuk Hospital, it’s one of the hospitals BDMS runs in Phuket.
The Oncology Center of Bangkok Hospital Phuket is one of the top comprehensive cancer care institutions in southern Thailand. It provides high-quality screening, early detection, prevention, and treatment for patients with cancer. Its medical oncologists and multidisciplinary team (surgical oncologists, colorectal surgeons, interventional radiologists, gynecological oncologists, reproductive surgeons, pulmonologists, hematologists, plastic surgeons, dermatologists, ENT doctors, pathologists, and urologists) have vast experience and skills to determine the best therapeutic approach for all kinds of solid tumors.
Address：2/1 Hongyokutis Rd, Tambon Talat Yai, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket.
Thailand Call Center：1719 / +66 076-254-425
Material provided by BDMS.
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