In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Public Health, Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai focuses on preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Our double-door antimicrobial ventilation system is designed to add another layer of health and safety.
The Isolated Acute Respiratory Infection Unit is allocated to separate Covid-19 patients from those who receive general services. Hospital-wide, alcohol service points are to facilitate hand washing in all departments and corridors. Physical Distancing protocol and touchpoints cleaning are in all areas according to the international standards.
I am doctor Anjana Sachabudhawong. I have been working with BDMS hospital in Bangkok for almost 10 years before moving back to Chiang Mai in 2016. However, wherever I work, taking care of children from various nationalities and languages is important and makes me happy. For this reason, I am able to speak multi-languages with my parents, including Thai, English, Hindi, and Lanna dialects.
I am specialized in pediatrics with a sub-specialty in pediatric pulmonology. I graduated with a medical degree and a doctor of medicine from Chiang Mai University in 1998. I pursued advanced pediatrics studies at Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health, Bangkok, and graduated in 2004. In 2007, I graduated from Chulalongkorn University with a sub-specialty in pediatric pulmonology.
Personally, I have enjoyed reading books and exploring new knowledge since I was young. Besides, I like storytelling and listening to stories; therefore, I have so many things to share with the parents. I have a chance to share knowledge with children especially self-care tips for children in the PM2.5 as well as exhibit training for children and parents including first-aid and basic life support. If you would like to listen to fun stories, do not forget to let me know.
I am a pediatrician who has been taking care of children for over 40 years. If parents who need consultation on dengue fever, asthma, vaccine, or suggestion on new vaccines can ask me for information.
Actually, I came from Samutprakan and then moved to Chiang Mai for a bachelor’s degree. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine from Chiang Mai University in 1975, and a specialty in pediatrics in 1979. I can speak Thai, and a little bit of the Lanna dialect.
In my leisure time, I will do the garden and take my grandchildren to do outdoor activities such as planting a tree, raising chickens, and collecting chicken eggs to as allow children to learn, have fun, and exercise at the same time. If children want to be healthy, they must do frequent exercise.
My name is doctor Patareya Lertcheewakarn or doctor Ae, a pediatrician with a sub-specialty in developmental and behavioral pediatrics.
I was born in Chiang Rai and moved to Lampang before settling down in Chiang Mai since I studied at Chiang Mai University Demonstration school. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine from Chiang Mai University in 2006, and a specialty in pediatrics in 2010.
I was interested in child development, so I decided to pursue further study in developmental and behavioral pediatrics at Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, and graduated in 2013. Then I started working at Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai in 2015.
I am delighted to work with children and help them to recover. Behavioral adaptation in children is challenging and must be received collaboration from a physician, nurse, parents, and children.
Seeing children recover, I feel like I bring back their delightfulness to them and their families again. Child development and behavior might not seem to be an urgent issue; however, it is essential for all families to ensure children will grow healthy for both physical and mental health. Children who received appropriate care in development and behavior will become happy children who will be a good future for society.
I believe that the way parents notice their children’s behavior (aged 1 – 6 years) by doing family activities is conveying love and care to children. They will recognize it with their instinct. This will lead to sustainable child development.
In my leisure time, I like doing activities, exercising, and taking breaths of fresh air since now most people have a lack movement and connection to nature, leading to both physical and mental diseases.
My name is doctor Narawitree Teetuan or doctor June. I came from Chiang Mai. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine from Srinakharinwirot University in 2003, and a specialty in pediatrics from Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health in 2009. In 2012, I graduated with a neonatal and perinatal medicine sub-specialty from Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health.
I was often asked by many people where I was interested in neonatal and perinatal medicine, I think that taking care of children since the mother is pregnant was very interesting as newborn babies have different physical bodies from other patients of other ages. For this reason, taking care of newborn babies is required multi-skills, especially observation skill which is very challenging.
I am interested in music, sports, books, traveling, and cooking.
Whenever I have free time, I like doing activities, doing sports, cooking, playing the piano, swimming, and reading a book.
My name is doctor Sureeporn Chavakittikul or doctor Pui. I originally came from Bangkok and graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine, and a specialty in pediatrics from Chiang Mai University. I wanted to be a pediatrician since I am happy when staying with children and I want to help parents take care of their children to ensure their growth and proper development as well as provide medication and suggestions to children when they are sick. My hobbies include traveling, photography, and doing yoga.
My name is doctor Kunthika Singhasee or doctor Bua, a pediatrician with a sub-specialty in pediatric cardiology. I came from Chiang Mai and graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine in 2014, specializing in pediatrics from Chiang Mai University in 2018. I had a strong interest in pediatric cardiology since a child’s heart is different from an adult’s. Besides, heart diseases in children are often developing since birth, so they need special care. For this reason, I decided to pursue further study in pediatric cardiology and graduated with a sub-specialty in pediatric cardiology in 2020 from Chiang Mai University. I have the intention to take care of children with heart diseases in northern areas.
I always inform parents to notice their children for risky signs of heart diseases which can be diagnosed since their birth for prompt treatment. If parents are not sure if their children are risky, I am willing to provide consultation.
In my leisure time, I like playing tennis, reading a book, and learning new things.
My name is doctor Wikanda Tantisopharak or doctor Phreuk. I originally came from Bangkok and moved to Chiang Mai in 2010.
I graduated with first-class honor, medical degree, doctor of medicine in 2004 from Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University. I received a graduate diploma in clinical science from Mahidol University in 2008 and graduated with a specialty in pediatrics in 2010.
I am interested in studying many diseases in children including health problems, infectious diseases, allergies, respiratory diseases, and digestive diseases as well as helping boost immunity against diseases in children to ensure they will be strong and healthy. I want to see children recover from sickness, smile with delightfulness, and have good physical and mental health as well as become beloved children to the family. I have more than 10 years of experience as a pediatrician as well as many years of experience in breastfeeding and taking care of children, so I understand parents’ concerns. I am willing to answer questions and share my experiences.
In my free time, I like reading a book both academic books and research to follow up with new medical information as well as general books to broaden my vision and develop myself. I like watching a movie, listening to music, singing, playing the piano, and baking desserts for relaxation. I like exploring nature, spending time with my family, and doing exercise for healthy living.
My name is Thanida Ua-Areechit or doctor dear, a pediatrician with a sub-specialty in pediatric nutrition. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine from Naresuan University, and a pediatric specialty from Chiang Mai University.
I am interested in studying pediatric nutrition which is very important. Receiving suitable nutrition is fundamental to having good health, growth, development, and learning. At that time, Chiang Mai is lack of pediatricians with pediatric nutrition specialty, so I had a chance to pursue further study in this field at Chulalongkorn University before coming back to work in Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai to provide child care nutrition according to their ages as well as advise children with eating problems and food allergy.
In my free time, I like exploring more information on nutrition and following news about diet. I am also interested in coffee, bakery, exercise, running, and doing yoga.
My name is doctor Nattika Chantasiriwan or doctor Nut. I originally came from Phrae and moved to Chiang Mai for starting my medical degree in 2007. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine in 2013, and a pediatrics specialty in 2017 from Chiang Mai University.
I am interested in studying children including sickness and diseases such as infectious diseases, respiratory diseases, digestive diseases, child development, growth, immune-boosting by vaccination, illness prevention as well as accident protection.
In my leisure time, I like baking, cooking, and dressmaking for relaxation, concentration practice, and creativity encouragement. I am also keen on finding new knowledge such as reading a book, following up with medical papers for keeping updated as well as exploring new skills for daily self-development.
My name is doctor Pornpimon Narkpongphun or doctor Koi. I graduated with a medical degree, a doctor of medicine, and a specialty in child and adolescent psychiatry.
I am interested in raising children to grow both physically and mentally healthy and be able to cope with problems, and obstacles in life as well as live in a society in which social media influences their life. Besides, good relations and understanding in a family are things to be concerned about.
I am happy every time I see parents and children smile again after listening to my recommendations. These smiles are good sources of energy driving my motivation in taking care of children and parents.
I often spend my free time finding new knowledge and developing myself in order to ensure that children in my care will receive the latest treatment and become happy adults who have the potential they are supposed to be.
My name is professor emeritus doctor Chulabhorn Pruksachatkun or doctor Yok, a pediatrician with a Pediatric dermatology specialty.
I realize how parents are concerned when they see their children get sick, have allergy symptoms, or have skin disorders. This encouraged me to pursue further study in pediatric dermatology so as to help relieve parents’ concerns and provide consultation on suitable child care.
Parents are happy to see their children healthy. Parents will feel uncomfortable when their children are sick. My responsibilities include bringing back happiness to parents after seeing children recover as well as bringing back smiles and laughter to children who become healthy again.
I like helping others and making others happy; therefore, in my free time, I like making merits.
My name is doctor Athit Wutthisanwatthana, a pediatrician with a sub-specialty in allergy and clinical immunology. Now there are many factors causing allergic symptoms and immune system disorders in children which can make children sick. Therefore, it comes to my intention to pursue further study in allergy and clinical immunology to achieve my goals of helping children to be healthy and have strong immune systems against diseases and viruses.
I am happy every time I talk to children, listen to their laughter, and see their smiling after recovering from their sickness and becoming healthy again. If parents or children need consultation, I am willing to provide suggestions and share experiences.
In my leisure time, I like going to a coffee shop with a cozy atmosphere for relaxation. I also like doing exercise and doing sports for staying healthy.