Emergency Center

Emergency Center

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24 hour emergency care

The Emergency Center at Bangkok Hospital Siriroj is fully equipped with the latest medical technology and experienced staff to assist and treat critical patients. The center operates and functions according to international standards, including the consistent participation in training with other medical organizations. As part of the Thai Health Ministry’s Emergency Medical Service (EMS), the center offers critical patients with high-quality treatment and transfer.


Building 1, 3rd Floor.

Service Hours

24 Hours

Contact Us

Tel: 076-210-935, 076-361-888  ext. 1319, 1321

Email: [email protected]

Treatments and Services

Please click on the groups provided below to learn more about the treatments and services that we offer at Siriroj International Hospital.

Emergency services

    The center’s medical team is available 24/7 to provide critical patients with the following services:

    • General surgery
    • Orthopedic surgery
    • General medicine
    • Pediatrics treatment
    • Emergency treatment
    • Critical treatment
      • Life-saving medical equipment and machines including defibrillators, EKG monitors, pulse oxymeters, and dinamaps.  
      • Highly-qualified emergency nurses.
      • Small surgical rooms for basic operations.
      • Five ambulances ready to depart within three minutes after receiving an emergency call.
      • A plan for action in case of mass accidents.
      • A team operating 24/7 to assist emergency patients with medical insurance and financials.


Scooter Safety

Motorbikes and scooters are a common means of transportation in Thailand. Unfortunately, they also carry a serious risk of injury. Here are some guidelines from the doctors at Bangkok Hospital Siriroj’s Emergency Center on how to stay safe.   Think twice before taking a motorbike taxi, especially in high-traffic areas. Thailand is famous for its congested roads and traffic jams. While it may be tempting to weave between cars on a motorbike taxi, remember that this is not the safest mode of transportation.   Do not drink and drive. This should go without saying, but never drive a motorcycle if...
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How to Handle an Emergency

Medical emergencies can strike at any time and often occur when you least expect them. Although it may be impossible to anticipate them, taking a few extra precautions and arming yourself with basic knowledge can help immeasurably in the event of a crisis. Read these simple steps now so that you don’t need to stop and think when time is of the essence. Know what constitutes an emergency If someone around you is experiencing any of the following, seek help immediately: Difficulty breathingVomiting or coughing bloodLoss of consciousnessUncontrolled bleedingBlurred vision and sudden dizzinessChest painsExtreme abdominal painConfusion, unusual behavior, or an...
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Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Emergency Room Visit

A visit to Bangkok Hospital Siriroj Emergency Center can induce an incredible amount of anxiety. Take comfort in the fact that you are in good hands and follow these tips to get the most out of your time there.   1. Don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions. Many patients feel silly or embarrassed asking lots of questions. Don’t! The most important thing is that you and your doctor are on the same page and that you fully understand what has happened and what you need to do next. ER doctors are used to lots of questions and expect...
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