Contribution to the development of community or society

The Company places importance on activities to take care and be responsible to all stakeholders of the society and considered it part of business operations. The Company and its subsidiaries have organized public benefit activities by encouraging business alliances, entrepreneurs, and customers to participate in giving back to the society. The organized activities focus on the use of resources, knowledge and competence to create benefits for society and stakeholders, caring for the environment in the surrounding communities, providing health knowledge, and organizing activities to make people aware of health care. This will enable all sectors to grow together in a sustainable manner. However, the severe Covid-19 pandemic in the past year had made it necessary for everyone to maintain social distance. Personnel of the Company had to devote their physical and mental effort to caring for a large number of patients. Therefore, most of the activities are focused on enhancing health knowledge mainly through online media and to raise awareness and self-defense in the community. Examples of activities in the past year are as follows:

  • Educating people to take care of themselves

    The hospital sent staff to give out lecture at outside venues as the situation eased and information was communicated through the hospital's online channel, the JS 100 radio program "Volunteer Doctor Solving Health Problems" so that people could take care of their health and protect themselves.

  • Arrange mobile health check-up unit and screening for Covid-19 in vulnerable communities.

  • Provide Covid-19 vaccination services to the public, fragile group and those who do not have access to vaccines.

  • Support home isolation treatments

    Volunteer project for treating the Covid-19 for 70 years of Lao-Thai friendship. The Embassy of the Lao PDR in Thailand, the Thai-Laos Association for Friendship, and Thonburi Bamrungmuang Hospital sent medical personnel to care for Lao citizens in the capital of Vientiane, Lao PDR, who were infected with the Covid-19 and were being treated by home isolation. In addition, the project "Wan Sang Suk, Channel One 31" handed out survival bags in the hope of preventing the spread of Covid-19 outbreak and resolve it quickly as part of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Laos.

  • Blood donation

    The spread of Covid-19 has greatly reduced the number of blood donors and major hospitals across the country declared shortage in blood supply at the same time. The hospital realized that blood donation is essential for healing and saving lives and had organized event for blood donation activities from employees and the public, with measures and guidelines to build trust among blood donors.

  • Donate essentials to various agencies to be forwarded to those in need

    Dr. Boon Vanasin, the Chairman and executive of the Company donated van to the Drug Research Center, College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University to be used in activities of the Drug Research Center.

    Thonburi Bamrungmuang Hospital donated medical equipment to care for Covid-19 patients to Roi Et Hospital worth Baht 2,020,200, consisting of 8 aerators with high flow oxygen rate, 2 vital sign monitors and 3 units of oxygen production machine of 10-liter capacity.