A closer look at ASEAN hospitals

We surveyed 23 hospitals from 5 different ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam), from number of beds and staff to payment systems and more interestingly on how patient services have been affected due to COVID-19 lockdowns. Below is a summary of our survey:

A special thank you to all the following leading hospitals in the region who participated in the survey:

  • Asian Hospital & Medical Centre, Philippines
  • Bangkok Chain Hospitals, Thailand
  • Bangkok Hospital Headquarters (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • Bangkok Hospital Phuket (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • BNH Hospital (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • Bumrungrad International Hospital, Thailand
  • FV Hospital, Vietnam
  • Gia An 115 Hospital, Vietnam
  • Hoan My Da Nang Hospital, Vietnam
  • Hoan My Medical Corporation, Vietnam
  • Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Malaysia
  • Institut Jantung Negara, Malaysia
  • KPJ Johor Specialist Hospital, Malaysia
  • Makati Medical Centre, Philippines
  • Medistra Hospital, Indonesia
  • MedPark Hospital (Mahatchai Group), Thailand
  • Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Centre, Malaysia
  • Phyathai2 Hospital (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • Royal Phnom Penh Hospital (a member of BDMS), Cambodia
  • Rumah Sakit Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
  • Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital (a member of BDMS), Thailand
  • St. Luke’s Hospital – Global City, Philippines
  • St. Luke’s Hospital – Quezon City, Philippines

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