Internal Medicine Clinic

Internal Medicine Clinic

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Prevention, treatment and care

Our team of experienced doctors at the General Medicine, Cardiology and Neurology Clinic provides consultation, prevention methods and treatment for patients and their families. The center places great emphasis on treating chronic conditions, complication prevention, and assisting elderly patients who are in need of special care. The expertise of our medical team is aided by the use of the latest medical technology and equipment, ensuring that our patients receive modern, safe and reliable treatment.


Building 3, 2nd Floor.

Service Hours

Daily. From 08.00 AM  – 08.00 PM

Contact Us

Tel: 076-361-888 ext. 1271, 1272

Fax: 076 210 936

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.

Treatment options

    The center provides treatment for the following conditions:

    • Diabetes
    • Endocrine disease
    • Hypertension
    • Heart diseases
    • Kidney diseases
    • Lung diseases
    • Digestive and liver diseases
    • Pulmonary diseases
    • Neurological diseases



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