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Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket : dwp design an innovative boutique hospital 

In the realm of healthcare, Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket will stand out as a unique fusion of tranquil sophistication and cutting-edge healthcare technology. This facility is not just a hospital; it’s a luxury healthcare destination, marking a first in Asia’s medical landscape with its boutique hospital appeal and hospitality-infused care.

The mission of Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket is clear: to complement the renowned Bumrungrad International Hospital Bangkok campus as a foremost choice for healthcare services for patients from Asia, the Middle East, and all points beyond. The hospital aims to be a global symbol of luxury in healthcare, drawing patients from around the world who seek not only top-tier medical services but also an environment of comfort and peace.

Entering Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket will be like stepping into an architectural masterpiece. Its design blends traditional principles with contemporary elements and environmental sustainability, creating a visually impactful narrative that draws inspiration from nature. This design ethos cultivates a deep connection between the built environment and the natural world, offering patients and visitors a healing, serene atmosphere.

At the heart of Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket’s philosophy is the commitment to creating a serene and welcoming atmosphere that promotes healing, recovery, and wellbeing. This approach rejects the notion of only clinical sterility, and instead, while providing a clinical environment, embraces a tranquil ambience designed to alleviate stress and anxiety, thus supporting whole-body wellness.

The VitalLife Scientific Wellness Centre is a prime example of the hospital’s innovative spirit. This center is a nexus where scientific expertise meets holistic wellness, offering comprehensive insights into individual health. The hospital’s dedication to technological advancement is further reflected in its Advanced Diagnostic Centre, equipped with the latest in medical imaging and diagnostic technology, ensuring precise diagnoses and bridging the gap between patient needs and medical innovation.

Internally, the hospital features an ‘internal landscaped street’, a design strategy that offers intuitive and simple wayfinding. This approach ensures ease of circulation, with each floor enjoying interior views and natural daylight, complemented by interior landscaping that counteracts the typical clinical feel of a hospital.

Artistic elements and cultural touches, such as sculptural artworks and connective link walkways across the internal street, enhance the hospital’s aesthetic appeal. The ground level bustles with reception lounges, food and beverage outlets and retail spaces, creating a lively space for interaction and relaxation.

Bumrungrad International Hospital Phuket represents an innovative  blend of tradition and modernity, hospitality and science, luxury and accessibility. It stands as a model of how healthcare can be harmoniously infused with elements of hospitality, redefining the very concept of what a hospital can be.


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