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Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital

Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital

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488 Srinakarin Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250Thailand

3.6 / 5  Very Good
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
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Tummy Tuck
Closed Rhinoplasty
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About Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital

This hospital group located in Thailand has four hospitals. One hospital is dedicated to children. A range of services is provided for patients at the multispecialty hospitals run by the group. General health screening packages, aesthetic surgery packages, reproductive surgery packages, heart screening and general surgery packages are provided by the hospitals for overseas patients. Medical cards are provided by the hospital to make treatments inexpensive. The hospital can be contacted by telephone or email.

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Patient reviews

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Julie Akerman, UK
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The quality of care and expertise were world class

5 50 Plastic Surgeon Consultation

My husband was air evacuated here from Cambodia with a burst peptic ulcer and subsequent pneumonia.

The treatment he received at Samitivej Shrinakarin was outstanding. The doctors nurses and physios were amazing. The quality of care and expertise were world class. I couldn't fault them. Thank you

See what others think about the clinic's customer service:

Ana, India25.05.2013
Got contacted a couple of days after
Ricka, Australia22.02.2012
Bhatti, Pakistan02.03.2011
boris, Thailand01.02.2011
Very nice hospital.
Gross, Cambodia29.01.2011
Perfect service through Pat Donavanik as caretaker. The orthopaedic doctor did a very good job. We are very grateful to get all that help. Thank you.
Melissa, Australia26.01.2011
Already had my surgery.


Plastic Surgery

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Plastic Surgery



Your cosmetic or plastic surgeon will evaluate your face, skin and underlying bone structure, and also discuss the expected outcome of the surgery at your first consultation. Your current medical condition will also be evaluated, to assess whether any issues such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, blood clotting problems, or the tendency to form excessive scars are likely to cause problems during or after surgery. If you are a smoker or take any medications or drugs (especially aspirin or other drugs that could affect clotting) please ensure you inform your surgeon during the consultation. Before cosmetic surgery, your surgeon will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery and also guidelines on eating, drinking, smoking and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. For a smoker, you should stop smoking at least 1-2 weeks before and after surgery, because smoking inhibits blood flow to the skin and can interfere with the healing of your incision areas. You may let your hair grow out to hide the scars while they heal.


Your cosmetic surgeon (plastic surgeon) will evaluate your medical history, the areas of fat deposits to be removed, and the condition and elasticity of the skin. The targeted areas are marked on the body while the patient is in a standing position. Sometimes photos are taken so the patient can see the ‘before and after’ effect of the surgery. As with all surgery, liposuction carries some risks. These risks can vary according to a patient’s medical history and current lifestyle. Your cosmetic surgeon will discuss these fully with you during your initial consultation. As with all types of surgery, more serious complications can occur but are unlikely. You should discuss your medical history and any concerns you have fully with your cosmetic surgeon prior to the commencement of any procedure. If general anesthesia is to be used, a period of fasting may be required prior to surgery. Ideally, you should be as fit as possible and have given up smoking for several months prior to liposuction surgery.

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Closed Rhinoplasty

On your first consultation, your cosmetic surgeon will ask you about what you would like to change about your nose and your expectations about plastic surgery. The cosmetic surgeon will evaluate the structure of your nose and face then discuss various options with you. You should inform your surgeon about any previous nose surgery or nose injury. Your cosmetic surgeon will guide you on how to prepare for the surgery: how to eat, drink, smoke and take or avoid some certain vitamins and medications, and also how to wash your face. Your surgeon will also explain the factors that could influence the procedure and the results, such as the structure of your nasal bones and cartilage, the shape of your face, the thickness of your skin, and so on. An explanation of the requirements for anesthesia, as well as the risks and costs involved, will also be provided. Please inform your plastic surgeon about any allergies or breathing difficulties you may experience as the result of taking any medications, vitamins, recreational drugs, or smoking. Prior to surgery, you should ask as many questions as possible and clarify any concerns you have regarding the expected outcome. Rhinoplasty should be undertaken only after considerable thought and discussion with experienced professionals. Rhinoplasty is not considered appropriate for teenagers due to the emotional and physical adjustments required after surgery.

Tummy Tuck

Ideally, men or women considering a tummy tuck should be in good health with loose skin or fat deposits around the abdominal area that will not respond to diet or exercise. Women undertaking this procedure should not be planning future pregnancies, as muscles tightened during a tummy tuck can loosen again during pregnancy. As with all surgery, liposuction carries some risks. These risks can vary according to a patient’s medical history and current lifestyle. Your cosmetic surgeon will discuss these fully with you during your initial consultation. Smoking can increase the risks associated with surgery and patients should stop smoking several weeks prior to surgery, and during the recovery period. Above all, candidates should have realistic expectations of the outcome of abdominoplasty surgery. The procedure will leave a scar that is permanent, but which will fade over time. You should discuss your expectations fully with your cosmetic (plastic) surgeon during your initial consultation.

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Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital - 488 Srinakarin Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250,

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488 Srinakarin Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250Thailand