Thailand is determined to become the “hub of well-being and medical services”

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Anutin recently spoke with U.S. Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary Arun Venkataraman about supporting bringing Thailand to the fore as a leading medical center in key areas: wellness, medical services, products and academics.

Thailand’s Minister of Public Health, Anutin Charnvirakul, recently discussed with US Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary Arun Venkataraman support for bringing Thailand to the fore as a leading medical center in major areas: well -being, medical services, products and academics. .

The Minister reiterated Thailand’s policies to place the country in the position of a “Health and Medical Services Hub” with world-class medical facilities and healthcare services at highly competitive prices in Bangkok and in other tourist destinations. The government has also created a “medical visa” for those who need to receive medical treatment, undergo rehabilitation or care for a patient, allowing them to stay in Thailand for up to 90 days. .

Meanwhile, the U.S. government is pleased to work with Thailand in terms of health and medical assistance, including co-investment, transfer of medical technology throughout the supply chain, and medicine development. genomics, advanced therapy drugs, healthcare professionals and medical innovations. . (PRD)


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