About Us


Chiangmai Hospital is a medium-sized private hospital located at 84/3 Chang Phueak Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai 50300. The hospital was established on June 1, 2001, under the name of Kasemrad Hospital, featuring a total of 100 beds.

It subsequently participated in the universal health coverage (gold card) scheme on October 1, 2001, and later adopted the name Siamrad Hospital in 2003 while reducing the number of beds to 50 in 2005. In 2015, the hospital was acquired by a public limited company listed on the stock exchange (Everland Public Company Limited) and was later renamed Chiangmai Hospital in 2016. Its affiliated hospitals include Ratchasima Hospital and Phitsanulok Hospital, and its primary responsibility lies in providing care to patients with universal health coverage (gold card) in three main subdistricts, namely Chang Phueak, Suthep, and Fa Ham, in Chiang Mai Municipality.
“Chiangmai Hospital is dedicated to providing holistic health care and medical services, both conventional and alternative medicine. We strive to develop clinical knowledge and tools while keeping up with new medical technology and innovation in efforts to provide health care and services that correspond to the needs of patients in Chiang Mai and neighboring regions.”
In addition to our deliberate focus on efficiency and compliance with hospital accreditation standards, we place a strong emphasis on patient safety, service excellence, and patient experience and satisfaction.
Chiangmai Hospital provides holistic health care and medical services, which encompass both conventional and alternative medicine, in accordance with professional standards. We offer an array of services, ranging from health promotion to rehabilitation, disease prevention, and treatment services—all of which are rendered by our team of experienced medical specialists in a variety of fields such as:
  • Internists
  • Gastroenterologists
  • General surgeons
  • Vascular surgeons
  • Plastic and cosmetic surgeons
  • Orthopedic surgeons
  • Obstetrician-gynecologists
  • Pediatricians
  • Ophthalmologists
  • General practitioners
  • Family physicians (short-term training program)
  • Occupational physicians (short-term training program)
  • Dentists
  • Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners
  • Traditional Thai medicine practitioners

Our Executives

1. Dr. Banchar Chaitrong
2. Dr. Sajeenart Sriwattana
Deputy Director
The hospital began renovations of the conference rooms on the 4th floor and interior renovations of the Special Dental Department on the 1st floor
(Wellness Center).
Negative pressure rooms were constructed at the
front of the hospital to increase the capacity to accommodate patients with upper respiratory infection and emerging infectious diseases. The X-Ray Department was expanded to enhance the capacity in diagnostic radiology by increasing the number of ultrasound rooms, mammography rooms, and CT scan rooms. The hospital also began enovations of the VIP wards on the 8th floor.
The Medical Records Department, Emergency Department, Outpatient Department, X-Ray Department, and Pharmacy and Billing Department on the 1st floor were renovated to create a more cohesive and modern look and conform to the standards..
Special wards on the 7th floor were renovated to accommodate patients entitled to the rights under the National Health Security Act, as well as insured patients and self-pay patients.
A 4-storey building was renovated and converted into Wellness Center with the 2nd floor being used as the Health Check-up Center and the 3rd floor as the Complementary Medicine Department. Glass elevators were installed at the building façade to enable patients to receive their services without having to pass through the main hospital entrance.
The hospital renovated its outpatient facility on the 2nd floor.
The hospital was renamed Chiangmai Hospital (under Chiangmai Rad Hospital Company Limited).
My Hospital Company Limited, a subsidiary of Everland Public Company Limited, invested in the hospital and purchased shares
The hospital entered into a merger agreement with Chiangmai Dental Hospital.
The hospital changed its shareholders and was renamed Siamrad Hospital, as well as reducing the number of beds to 50.
The hospital was established under the name of Kasemrad Hospital, with a total of 100 beds.