Bumrungrad achieved another milestone in the development of our medical care by renovating our patient-oriented recovery rooms. The renovation is aligned with our vision of “Shifting the Future of Healthcare”. The recovery rooms are more modern and satisfy the needs of our patients. Moreover, they provide a safer environment for patients, families, and healthcare professionals. The new recovery rooms facilitate healthcare processes and provide facilities and amenities modern families need.
Bumrungrad adopted the safety, function, and emotion (SFE) principle and EcoHealth concept in renovating Ward 6. The EcoHealth concept focuses on designing recovery rooms which take into consideration medical care, wellbeing, environment, nature, and energy efficiency. We selected eco-friendly materials for our interior design, like wood, and big windows that let in lots of natural light. Warm colors are used to express balance & relaxation. The colors help destress and bring positive energy to visitors. The ward is equipped with facilities modern mothers need.
In case of emergency, safety is key. Bumrungrad’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) administers specialized care for mothers and babies. Working with the most advanced technology, a team of specially trained medical experts and nurses is on hand to provide intensive care to the highest standards of care and safety. We can perform complex operations with international standards of safety. At Bumrungrad, the NICU
, the delivery room, and the operating theater are adjacent to one another to allow healthcare professionals to work faster and reduce the risks associated with patient transfer, giving out newborns a higher chance of survival.