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Amari employees donate blood, get check-ups

More than 100 Amari Orchid Resort & Tower employees donated blood to Rajadhevi Sriracha Hospital. Hotel Executive Assistant Manager...

Area hospitals launch new blood drive

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya and Rajadhevi Sriracha Hospital launched another of their periodic blood drives to replenish national Red Cross supplies. ...

Pattaya, Sriracha hospitals launch annual blood drive

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya and Rajadhevi Sriracha Hospital launched their annual blood drive hoping to refill blood banks left barren by New Year’s holiday carnage...

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. ...

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