25 June 2018 | News
BookDoc users will have an opportunity for a better quality of medical treatment and care by well experienced medical doctors and nurses, medical innovation and technology, and compassionate caring
BookDoc is pleased to announce its latest healthcare partner in Thailand, Bumrungrad International Hospital. Bumrungrad is one of the largest standalone private hospitals in Southeast Asia, with over 580 beds and 30 specialty centres.
Both parties will benefit greatly from this collaboration. BookDoc will benefit from working with one of the most reputable names in the South East Asia healthcare industry and Bumrungrad International will gain access to BookDoc's expanding network of patients across the region.
BookDoc users will have an opportunity for a better quality of medical treatment and care by well experienced medical doctors and nurses, medical innovation and technology, and compassionate caring.
Bumrungrad International Hospital has an outstanding reputation in providing high quality medical care especially tertiary care for complicated diseases requiring expertise of specialists in various fields.
The hospital is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and has garnered awards from several world-class organizations as recognition of its hospital quality of international standards.
Bumrungrad International is named as Top 10 World Medical Destination by Newsweek Best Quality Service, Top 4 Medical Tourism Pioneer by Wall Street Journal, 2018 Medical Tourism Hospital of the Year in Asia Pacific by Global Health and Travel and Hospital of the Year in Thailand by Healthcare Asia magazine.
Since inception BookDoc has secured partnerships with leading healthcare providers in the region: In Malaysia with National Heart Center (IJN), Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare, and KPJ Healthcare; In Singapore with NTUC, Thompson and Q&M Dental; In Hong Kong with Adventist Hospital, Quality Healthcare, and Townhealth; and in Indonesia with Siloam Hospital Group.
BookDoc currently has the largest healthcare network in Southeast Asia with currently over 50,000 verified healthcare professionals in the region encompassing specialists, doctors, dentists, nurses, physiotherapy among them.