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BHP turns out 33 more fully qualified paramedics

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya continues to upgrade the area’s emergency-rescue system with 33 more first responders and hospital workers training to become fully qualified...

Bangkok Pattaya Hospital presents prize draw awards

Dr. Pichit Kangwolkij, Director and Dr. Supakorn Winnawan, Deputy Director of the Bangkok Hospital Pattaya recently presented prizes to the lucky winners who...

Area hospitals launch month-long blood drive

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya and Rajadhevi Sriracha Hospital launched their third annual blood drive to honor HM the King for his birthday. ...

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya opens IMCU

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya launched its Intensive Medical Care Unit, a suite of six rooms that will open beds in a facility critical-care ward....

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Thai cabinet approves 1.4 billion baht to ease rising cost of living

The cabinet on Tuesday approved an allocation of 1.4 billion baht from the central budget to fund measures and programmes to ease the rising...

Thai property developer Sansiri’s digital bond sets record

Property developer Sansiri sold its digital bond worth 2 billion baht via Pao Tang app in only 3.38 minutes, becoming the first digital property...

Thailand cuts property transfer and mortgage fees to stimulate economy

The government cuts fees for ownership transfers and mortgage of properties to 0.01% on Tuesday. Deputy government spokeswoman Traisuree Taisaranakul said the Royal Gazette yesterday...

Thailand supports peaceful solutions in Myanmar

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday met the United Nations’ Special Envoy on Myanmar and confirmed Thailand’s support for peaceful solutions based on humanitarianism...