BNH Hospital, the winner of the Canadian’s Best Services Award-Export Services
Ron Livingston had another chance to work on his speaking skills as he presented the second The award goes to a company that provides professional services including ,but not limited to export services and has demonstrated vision and entrepreneurship for the betterment of their profession. And after a wonderful video presentation highlighting the hospital’s long-standing links to the TCCC and Canadians,
Canadians are among the top ten nationalities using the hospital as their chosen health care provider. Forward thinking and commitment to excellence in healthcare and quality has been the key to our success through the years, as a result we have become a leader. We are recognized as a center of excellence in spine and surgery, attracting patients form around the world. We are committed to keeping strong relation with the chamber and local community. But all this wouldn’t be possible with out our staff. So a big thank your to everyone at the hospital whose commitment to excellence has made this award possible.
The BNH Hospital was the first private international hospital in Thailand, established by the expatritate community in 1898. Today, BNH is a first class international hospital continuing to provide for the healthcare needs of many foreign diplomatic staff, their families as well as foreigners from 150 countries. Approximately 40 percent of the patients served at BNH Hospital are international patients, with Canadians consistently in the top 10 nationalities served by BNH Hospital in terms of number of new and existing patients and number of patient visits.
Between 2005 and 2007, the number of Canadian patients at the hospital increased by 22 percent from 1,016 patients to 1,234 patients while the number of hospital visits by Canadian patients increased by 16 percent from 1,950 visits to 2,269 visits. Canadians have also increased their usage of BNH Hospital for inpatient hospitalizations and surgeries, indicating increasing confidence in the level of professional and technical capabilities.
BNH Hospital opened four new specialty clinics last year and on average has opened two specialist clinics per year since 2001. The linkages with the Canadian community are plenty with the Canadian Embassy using the hospital for medical check-up for visa applicants and staff, with the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce through its membership since 2003, and sponsorship and participation at events with the Club Canada Thailand through its social and charity activities.