How is Covid-19 impacting Thailand’s medical hub ambitions?

As Thailand begins to gradually ease coronavirus-related restrictions, the government is looking to cement the country’s position as an advanced medical hub in Asia.
2020 World Dementia and Mental Health Conference Bangkok Thailand September 2020

2020 World Dementia and Mental Health Conference

Episirus Scientifica would like to take the opportunity to announce the commencement…

13th World Congress on Nursing and Health Care

This is our awesome delight to welcome you to Phuket, Thailand to…

The Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan

The Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan is a primary event in Asia and it…

Foreign patients key driver for hospital business in Thailand

Foreign patients from Asia, notably Japan, China and Myanmar, are on the rise and offsetting a downturn in arrivals from the Middle East

Thailand has healthy prospects for medical tourism

An increase in overseas patient numbers should lift earnings in Thailand’s health tourism sector this year, with double-digit growth forecast as service providers move to boost their profile and service offerings.

The Future of Thailand’s Healthcare Industry in Tier two Cities

The report highlights key findings like Thailand’s aging society, medical tourism and AEC, driving healthcare investment in the future.

Thailand’s hospital groups to expand next year

Thailand’s largest hospital group (Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Plc (BGH) and Bumrungrad) have plans to expand their activity by 2015 to tap rising demand among foreign patients.