Good health care is very important in every community because people get ill and accidents and emergencies do arise everyday. As such, hospitals are needed to diagnose, treat and manage different types of ailments and diseases in time to save people’s lives. To form a good health care system, adequate hospitals, trained health care professionals (specialists, technicians, nurses and others) and community health facilities are required to provide health services without discrimination towards health status, race, ethnicity, age, sex, sexuality, disability, language, religion, nationality, income, or social status. In fact, a good health care system will only be completed when adequate medication and medical equipment are available to support the health care team. More importantly, taking time to answer patient’s questions and providing thorough explanations, pointing patients towards further support, being efficient in sharing health information and involving the patient in decisions about his or her care are essential practises that health care professionals must have to create a good health care system.
To provide good systematic health care to patients in South East Asia, we are collaborating with international tertiary hospitals in Thailand, which are internationally certified by the Joint Commission International (JCI). These tertiary hospitals are well recognised for their quality health care services and excellent specialists in all fields with kind and dedicated health care members and cutting-edge medical technology. Thailand has proven itself to be a significant provider of global health care with a steady increase in the number of annual visitors and demand for internationally accredited health care. We strongly believe that IHR medical services will bring better health to you and your family.