Thailand-based Phyathai Hospital Group has opened its new branch in Bangkok, in a bid to provide services for local and overseas clients.
Previously known as Paolo Nawamin Memorial Hospital, the new Phyathai Nawamin International Hospital is a 250-bed facility in Bunggoom, Bangkok.
The new hospital provides medical services with modern facilities and is fully-equipped with advanced technologies and equipment.
Phyathai Hospital noted the new branch was opened to provide better services, and its hospitals received accreditation for Hospital Accreditation Projects from the Ministry of Public Health since 1997.
The group opened Nawamin as its fifth hospital in 1995, with the aim to provide better medical-surgical treatment.
Phyathai Hospital operates eight branches in the country and is one of the leading healthcare providers for local and international clients.
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The group includes Phyathai 1 Hospital, Phyathai 2 Hospital and Phyathai 3 Hospital.
Phyathai 1 and Phyathai 2 hospitals are situated in city centre of Bangkok, while Phyathai 3 hospital is based in the Thonburi area.
Philips supplied medical equipment and technology for the group.