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.

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.

Medical Tourism, an uncertain Prescription for Asian economies

The East Asian region led by Thailand and other countries such as Singapore, India and Malaysia is a dynamic and evolving destination for ‘medical tourists’, home to many of the most visible and well known hospitals currently serving medical tourists from across the world.

China wants its Share of the Medical Tourism Market

The other side of the story is the effort the Chinese government is making to promote the country as a world-class medical tourism destination in its own right

Wealthy Burmese Fly to Thailand for Healthcare

Burma’s poor hospital and medical infrastructure may present problems for foreigners visiting the country, but it is boosting business enormously for Bangkok’s booming private hospitals industry