Bumrungrad International is an internationally accredited, multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. Founded in 1980, it is the largest private hospital in Southeast Asia today. It has 554 beds and over 30 specialty centers. Bumrungrad offers state-or-the-art diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities in a one-stop medical center.
Bumrungrad serves over a million patients annually. Over 400,000 are internationals. That include thousands of expatriates who live in Bangkok and nearby countries, plus visitors from 190 countries around the world who come here for treatment. English is widely spoken. The hospital has a medical coordination office staffed by doctors, nurses, and interpreters who serve the special needs of international patients.
Bumrungrad is a public company traded on the Thai stock exchange. It has been featured by CBS's 60 Minutes, NBC’s Today Show, Time, Newsweek, and other international press as a leader in medical tourism.