ThaiBev continues to provide support and develop activities that are beneficial to public health to promote good health for people and community throughout the society. ThaiBev works cooperatively to promote sustainable community health and contribute to the UN SDGs.
Asia’s leading hospital for comprehensive kidney care and has been in operation since September 2012. The Kidney Institute provides a full range of healthcare services, including general screening for kidney disease, high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes. The hospital also provides arteriovenous graft surgery and gallbladder surgery using a laparoscope for patients with cholecystitis who are awaiting a kidney transplant. The hospital is fully equipped with modern, cuttingedge equipment, including specialized medical teams and highly experienced nurses.
Currently, the Kidney Institute has successfully transplanted kidneys for 27 patients with donated kidneys, 13 of which received kidneys from living donors and 14 from deceased donors. These donations were coordinated by the Thai Red Cross, and the surgery results were successful in all cases, making the patients fully satisfied.
The Kidney Institute also provides general medicine treatment and conducts research on the prevention of chronic renal failure. The Kidney Institute also organizes a project to raise awareness on prevention, treatment, and health care tips for the public every three months.
ThaiBev collaborates with the Heart Foundation of Thailand in Royal Patronage, the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC), Ruam Pattana School, and the Partnership School Project to organize the “CPR Youth Volunteer - Skills Development Project.” C
PR training courses are conducted in 15 secondary schools nationwide, with more than 1,300 students participating. In these courses, students are taught basic life support skills so that they are able to help family members and friends in case of a medical emergency. As part of the program, a manikin named Mr. Somchai was given to the schools to help students and school staff practice CPR.
In 2016, Grand Royal Group International Company Limited (GRG), a subsidiary of ThaiBev, opened a community health clinic in Hmawbi, Yangon, Myanmar, near the GRG’s factory. The goal is to improve the quality of life and health of communities in the surrounding areas. GRG sponsored the construction of the clinic as well as provided free medical treatment and care. Before building the clinic, GRG consulted with local communities, and collaborated with local experts to identify various health needs. The company also assessed people’s lifestyles in order to provide the best public health services and benefits to the community. Currently, the clinic can treat more than 920 households, or 3,800 people from three villages in Hmawbi. It has treated more than 2,900 people with mild symptoms (such as flu and insect bites) and has reduced the risk of illness in the community by 70 percent.
- On the occasion of its15th anniversary, ThaiBev donated 15 million baht to the “Kao Khon La Kao” charity run project to raise funds for medical equipment for the Navamindrapobitr 84th Anniversary Building, the last building of Siriraj Hospital that His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great graciously granted the name.
- One million baht was donated to the Queen Sirikit Center for Breast Cancer Foundation Under Royal Patronage.
- Three million baht was donated to the Princess Chulabhorn International Oncology Conference 2019.
- One million baht was donated to the Siriraj Foundation, Siriraj Hospital, “Precision Medicine Fund for Cancer,” which supports cancer research and the search for more precise treatments for cancer. One million baht was donated to the Siriraj Foundation, Siriraj Hospital, “Precision Medicine Fund for Cancer,” which supports cancer research and the search for more precise treatments for cancer.
ThaiBev jointly supported various activities under the Srisavarindhira Thai Red Cross Institute of Nursing, a higher education institution in nursing providing courses on nursing and nursing assistants under the auspices of the Thai Red Cross. The activities included granting 100,000 baht to the Institute to support the construction of a school building and dormitory of the former Thai Red Cross College of Nursing. ThaiBev also sent a representative to join the financial committee meetings on a monthly basis.
Be a part of the promotion of health-related quality of life for members of communities around the factories in Kamphaeng Phet province and nearby provinces. In addition to providing medical services, the project also has a mobile medical unit to assist and provide free treatment and care for people in nearby areas on an ongoing basis every year.
ThaiBev continues to carry out various public health activities
for the community and society, with the belief that good
physical and mental health will significantly contribute to the
development of sustainable communities and the country.