Fortieth Anniversary of Thanarat Hospital


On Thursday 25 December 2008 early in the morning at Thanarat Camp’s Hospital General Director of Thanarat Hospital Colonel Dr Supot Tantithawarn and his medical military staff took part in the fortieth anniversary of Thanarat Hospital celebrations.

At 07.00 a.m. Colonel Dr Supot Tantithawarn has welcomed nine monks, hospital staff with families and invited guests who arrived to the meeting hall. First dry food was offered to the Buddhist monks. Then Vice Chief Commander of Infantry Centre Special Colonel Viharn Narkkulaboot lit candle and incense and the prayers led by Buddhist monks took place. All present chanted sacred Buddhist verses.

After the religious ceremony, General Director of Thanarat Hospital has invited Vice Chief Commander of Infantry Centre to open a new ward for female and male patients. They have also inspected the new kidney dialysis machine installed recently at the new ward. Since 1975 there was kidney dialysis machine but at the old ward were only four beds for kidney patients. The new ward will be able to treat 6 – 8 patients at a time and will open its door to patients on 12 January 2009.

Dr. Supot Tantithawarn said that there are many kidney patients in the Prachuapkhirikhan Province but the Provincial Hospital doesn’t have kidney dialysis machine so patients from our Province will come for treatment to Thanarat Hospital.

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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