Two years ago, the area around the lower Sukhumvit road had its 'Arab Quarter' with the occasional shisha cafes and kebab stands, but today the place is crammed with men in white dishdashas and women with abayas who, during the day, have their therapy sessions in the huge Bumrungrad hospital complex, Southeast Asia's largest hub for medical tourism, and on the evening go for a shopping stroll.
What does BH stand for?
BH stands for Bumrungrad Hospital (Bangkok, Thailand)
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Summary: ABU DHABI - Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) on Friday announced that Bumrungrad International Limited (BIL), the international affiliate company of Bumrungrad Hospital, the owner and operator of Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok, will not pursue renewal of its management contract of Mafraq Hospital in Abu Dhabi.
DiNubile, MD, orthopedic consultant to the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team and Pennsylvania Ballet Michael Klentze, MD, PhD, secretary-general, European Society of Anti-Aging Medicine; medical director, Vitalife Wellness Center of Bumrungrad Hospital, Thailand
In Thailand's Bumrungrad hospital, patient information is entirely paperless in sharp contrast to even the most advanced hospitals elsewhere in the developed world.
We are not predicting robust growth," Curtis Schroeder, chief executive of Bangkok's Bumrungrad Hospital told Business Week.
Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, treated 50,000 American patients in 2005, up 30% from 2004; 75% of these 50,000 patients flew directly from the United States.