BNH Hospital

Hospital Address : 9/1 Convent Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand



The Origination of  Nursing Home

On 20th August 1897 the British community convened a meeting at the British Legation when Mr. George Greville CMG, the then British Minister Resident and Consul General, took the Chair. The meeting concluded that a medical facility should be established in Bangkok and the Committee proposed the project to H.M. King Chulalongkorn who approved and assigned the Ministry of Education to oversee the establishment of a Nursing Home.  H.M. King Chulalongkorn kindly provided supporting funds of 960 baht per year to make the nursing home a non-profit organization where foreigners who came to Thailand could turn when they were ill. The first task for the Committee was to rent temporary premises in Phya Dejo’s Road to provide a small non-profit making nursing home to see to the  immediate medical needs of the resident foreign community.  The first Matron, Miss Cawley, and the Nursing Sister, Miss Hitchens, arrived in Bangkok in the middle of 1898 and the Nursing Home was in operation by August 1898.


The new BNH Hospital complex became operational in 1996. Occupying the same two-acre site in Convent Road, it is surrounded by mature trees and tropical greenery, and is located between Silom Road and Sathorn Road, close to the business, financial and entertainment district of Bangkok, It can be reached easily from all parts of the city by road, or by BTS Sky Train, MRT Metro, from the Sala Daeng Station.

BNH Hospital provides the highest quality medical service with specialists and general practitioner doctors completely involved with their patients, from consultation and diagnosis, through to planning and executing treatment, following-up of results, and in surgical cases, post operative card. The concept of ‘the Family Doctor’ is still highly valued at the BNH Hospital

The BNH hospital, formerly known as the Bangkok Nursing Home Hospital, was established originally to provide nursing care for expatriates. The hospital, opened by the British Ambassador to Thailand, Mr. George Grenville, CMG in 1898, was one of the first private hospitals in the Kingdom of Siam (Thailand).

In 1901, King Rama VI granted the BNH Association, a non-profit making organisation, a royal charter in honour of his father, King Rama V, and provided funds for the hospital to extend its care to Thais. In 1991, theBNH Medical Centre was formed to establish a new international standard hospital to meet the demands of the increasing domestic and international market for private health care.

Medical Center :

  • Bangkok International Fertility Centre
  • BNH Breast Health Centre
  • Cardiometabolic Centre
  • Check-up Centre
  • Colorectal & Haemorrhoid Clinic
  • Dental Centre
  • Dermatology & Beauty Centre
  • Diagnostic Centre
  • Digestive Care Centre
  • Ear Nose Throat Department
  • Emergency Department
  • Eye Department
  • Haemodialysis Department
  • Intensive Care Unit-ICU
  • Internal Medicine
  • International Travel Medicine Clinic (ITMC)
  • Labour Rooms
  • LUC Centre (Lady Urinary Centre)
  • Nursery Department
  • Paediatrics Department
  • Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy
  • Shoulder & Joint Centre
  • Spine Centre
  • Surgery & Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Women’s Health Centre


Medical Services

Comprehensive Medical Services With Specialist Doctors in All Fields of Medicines


Checkup Centre

An One-stop service offer for a comprehensive check-up programme.


Women’s Health Centre

The age of success is customarily surrounded by people, wealth, honor and respect, but it is also a time when body and mind may begin to withdraw from “living life to the fullest”.


BNH Breast Health Centre

provides the best possible advice regarding any breast problems such as breast cancer, tumors, excessive membrane, or breast cysts.


Dermatology & Beauty Centre

as a result we have created facial structural adjustment programmes to correct facial imperfections with a combination of various techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to take care of all kinds of skin problems.