Ministry of Health (Thailand)

Ministry of Health (Thailand) The Ministry of Public Health, is a Thai governmental body responsible for the oversight of public health in Thailand.HistoryIn Thailand before 1888 there were no permanent, public hospitals to provide care to sick people.

Temporary hospitals were set up to care for patients during epidemics, then disbanded when the epidemic subsided. Under King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) a hospital was constructed and completed in 1888 and named "Siriraj Hospital" in commemoration of the king's young son, Prince Siriraj Kakudhabhand, who had died of dysentery.During the reign of King Rama VIII, the Ministry of Public Health was established on 10 March 1942 as a result of the enactment of the Ministries and Departments Reorganization Act (Amendment No. 3) of B.E. 2485. Later in 1966, the date 27 November was chosen as the commemoration day of the Ministry of Public Health's foundation.DepartmentsAdministration Office of the Minister Office of the Permanent Secretary Department of Mental Health Department of Disease Control Department of Health Department of Medical services Department of Medical Sciences Department of Health services support Department of Thai Tradition and Alternative MedicineState enterprise Government Pharmaceutical OrganizationPublic Organisation Ban Phaeo Hospital (Public Organisation) Healthcare Accreditation Institute (Public Organisation) National Vaccine Institute (Public Organization) Health Systems Reserch Institute National Health Seculity Local Fund National Institute for Emergency Medicine





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