TPP Healthcare International Co., Ltd., has partnered with Thailand’s leading specialists in developing MedPark Hospital (MedPark News).
More than 7 billion Baht have been invested in making a new standard that transcends a conventional healthcare setup.
MedPark is fully determined to become Southeast Asia’s leading medical hub providing comprehensive healthcare, especially for those which are nature wise high in acuity and for complex diseases as well.
Pongpat Patanavanich, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of TPP Healthcare International Co., Ltd., stated that MedPark has been developed by a group of highly experienced doctors in diversified medical fields.
Not only has TPP Healthcare International Co. Ltd., has set an objective of being the medical hub for super tertiary care that meets international standards, but also it has designed the hospital with impeccable attention to details.
MedPark set a new benchmark by offering both local and foreign patients an unprecedently top-notch experience but also will revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered.
Where is the Hospital located?
MedPark Hospital is located in the heart of the new business district of Rama IV Road and occupies a dedicated 25-storey building of 90,000 square meters in area.
At full operation, the hospital can service outpatients in 300 examination rooms and an in-patient capacity of 550 beds.
What will be the hospital’s manpower?
The hospital is staffed by specialists in more than 30 fields of medicine, of which almost 70% hold certifications from American Bodies as well as being accredited by recognized international programs in Japan, European Union, Australia, Canada and the United States of America.
AS of now, the company has received BOI incentives for four of its clinical centers, namely the Laboratory, Cardiovascular, Cancer and Kidney sections.
Additionally, MedPark has around up to 130 beds for intensive care and this represents 30% of inpatient capacity are all equipped with advanced technology for provision of optimal care for critically ill patients.
This is higher than all other hospitals in Thailand which generally dedicate 10% of inpatient capacity to intensive care. MedPark will operate 205 inpatient beds and 65 intensive care beds in the first phase.
What did Dr. Pongpat Patanavanich have to say further about this project?
According to Dr. Patanavanich, the hospital has placed good importance on standards of patient care based on the principle of integrated care via multidisciplinary team capable of delivering the highest level of patient care thus ensuring patient’s well-being and safety, in addition to choosing highly skilled nurses, specialists and relevant personnel.
The hospital is also deplying the value-based care model to look after patients for continuing care and to respond to lifestyle patterns of each patient and individual on an individual basis.
With MedPark moving into the future, it is determined to move beyond a stereotype of a typical hospital and become a private-sector academic medical institution based on excellence in 3 key pillars: medical services, education and research.
Under this visionary concept, the knowledge of medical staff will be continuously enhanced and new innovations will be introduced which hence will improve quality of care offered to patients, especially for those suffering from complicated ailments and diseases difficult to treat.
MedPark is a new breed of hospital that is home to specialists who participated in the hospital’s design, making it responsive in true means to all clinical needs (medpark healthcare industry). With its concern for environmental impact, patient health and patient safety, the hospital is made to comply with the requirements of Leadership in Enevergy and Environmental Design (L.E.E.D) standards and rules.
MedPark is also moving forward with its plans to create a collaborative network of private hospitals in Bangkok and the provinces to elevate the quality of healthcare lifestyle services across multiple dimensions.
This will benefit everyone ranging from Thais and other local residents to patients coming in from abroad, thus raising Southeast Asia as a hub for medical tourism.