200-bed Lerdsin field hospital opens in Bangkok

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul chaired on Tuesday the official launch of the Covid field hospital, Lerdsin hospital, where it was installed on land provided by Pruksa Real Estate and is funded by the Charoen Pokphand group as well than by public donations.

The Department of Medical Services collaborated with Charoen Pokphand Group and Pruksa Real Estate to commission Lerdsin Field Hospital. The 200-bed facility will accommodate Covid patients with severe or complicated symptoms.

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul presided over the official launch of the Covid field hospital, Lerdsin Hospital, on Tuesday. This land facility was installed on land provided by Pruksa Real Estate and is funded by the Charoen Pokphand Group as well as by public donations. The 200-bed facility will accommodate COVID-19 patients with serious complications, and those with yellow and red color codes. There is a clear separation of areas for male and female patients, in addition to positive and negative pressure rooms equipped with the necessary equipment.


The construction of the Lerdsin field hospital will allow the closure of the Ministry of Public Health reception center for Covid patients at the Nimibutr sports building in the national stadium complex. It will also accommodate the patient load resulting from the closure of the Sirindhorn Science Home field hospital for the disabled in Pathum Thani province, as well as the two hospitals run by the National Cancer Institute in Bangkok and the Metta Hospital. Pracharak of Nakhon. Pathom.

Lerdsin Hospital, which will operate the new field hospital, is managed by the Department of Medical Services of the Ministry of Public Health. (NNT)


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