Sirirot Hospital is the first private hospital opened by Phuket residents. With the spirit and determination of Major Dr. Anurot Thansirirot, an endocrinologist from USA and Dr. Supanee Thansirirot, a pediatrician who wants to bring his medical knowledge back to develop the public health system in Phuket to be on par with other areas of Thailand, with the hope that people in Phuket and neighboring provinces will have a better quality of life.
In 1978, Dr. Anurot opened a private clinic named Sirirot Clinic on Phang Nga Road, Phuket Due to the limitations in medical treatment at Sirirot Clinic, which cannot allow patients to stay overnight at the clinic for close and continuous monitoring of symptoms, in 1982, Dr. Anurot established a hospital named "Sirirot Hospital" located. on Krabi Road It is a 35 bed hospital consisting of an outpatient examination room. Inpatient rooms, delivery rooms, operating rooms, there are doctors in each of the main fields, namely internist, pediatrician, surgeon and gynecologist.
After 10 years of operation, the hospital has grown. as well as the growth of Phuket Therefore, the hospital has been expanded to increase the potential of providing standardized medical services. and is universal to facilitate and build confidence for both Thai patients and foreigners who receive services
At the end of 1993, Sirirot Hospital Therefore, the property was moved to Chaloem Phrakiat Rama 9 Road or Bypass Road on an area of 10 rai under the name of Phuket International Hospital Company Limited (Phuket International Hospital Company Limited) and changed its name from “Sirirot Hospital” is “Sirirot Hospital”, in the first phase, it is a 105-bed hospital.
Phuket is a beautiful tourist destination. Therefore, both Thai and foreign tourists come to visit all year round. This caused the expansion of the community in Phuket along with the growth of tourism business. due to the increasing population and the number of tourists entering Phuket As a result, Sirirot Hospital's service area was insufficient to accommodate patients. Therefore, a new patient service building has been added. And began to open for service in November 2007, which increased the number of inpatient beds to 151 beds and added 2 floors of outpatient services. A new Intensive Care Unit (ICU), a cosmetic surgery center. indoor car park as well as adding new medical personnel, new clinics and modern medical equipment. to provide a more comprehensive service.
After Sirirot Hospital joined the BDMS Group in 2014, the hospital has increased its potential and medical services. Ready to improve and expand the service area to make it more convenient for those who receive services, such as improving the emergency room. and obtaining accreditation for the Injury Care Center for Thailand, Level 3, CAMTS (The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems) accreditation of the world-class patient transport safety standard, USA for patient transport systems, both through land, air and water and is considered as one of the members of BDMS Emergency Services or Emergency Medical Services Group of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Public Company Limited. international level and gaining trust as a family member from the people of Phuket and nearby provinces including both Thai and foreign tourists
In addition, the critically ill patient room (ICU) has also been renovated to be modern, with specialized doctors who take care of critically ill patients 24 hours a day. who can consult a hospital in Bangkok 24 hours a day. has improved the diagnostic radiology center and replaced the modern CT SCAN 128-Slice computerized X-ray machine, which helps diagnose various diseases. from head to toe effectively The image is sharper and more detailed, accurate, helping to examine critically ill patients. Emergency patients, pediatric patients can do it more quickly. but received less radiation than the old model then in October A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) will be installed. MRI is an electromagnetic imaging machine. It is a technology that can provide images that clearly distinguish between different tissues with high accuracy and precision. because it provides good tissue differentiation can do many planes Can be used to examine all systems of the body especially in the non-bony part It provides better detail than CT SCAN and no residual radiation hazard.
Throughout the period of more than 37 years at Sirirot Hospital Has continuously developed medical services covering all dimensions at the tertiary care level and changed its name or rebranding to Bangkok Hospital Siriroj on August 1, 2019, reinforcing its potential and readiness. in providing excellent medical services But still maintain the service with the identity of the Phuket people. in the same price structure and still strives to be the first hospital in the hearts of Phuket people that everyone can access.