Suanprung Psychiatric Hospital has a clinic that provides standardized holistic clinical services for patients with mental health and psychiatric problems, and a 24-hour nursing service for patients with mental health problems caused by alcohol-related disorders and alcohol dependence, focusing on those with the most complicated, complex, chronic, and severe problems. The schedules are as follows:

Type of clinical services Day of service Time of service
General Psychiatric Care Clinic Mon-Fri 08.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.
Alcohol-abstinence Clinic Tue 08.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.
Child and Teenagers’ Psychiatric Care Clinic Wed-Fri 08.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.
Mental Health Treatment Clinic Thu 08.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.
Neurological Clinicians Tue, Wed, & Fri 08.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.
Alcohol Anonymous Group Mon, Tue 01.00 a.m.-04.00 p.m.

The hospital has several channels for accessing counseling services, provided by an interdisciplinary team with specialty training and extensive experience. They are:

- Telephone service, Mental Health Hotline. Call 1323 for 24-hour Free Counseling

- Telephone service, Mental Health Hotline. Call 1323 for 24-hour Free Counseling

- Counseling service via the website of the hospital at

Physician 16
Dentist 3
Pharmacist 7
Pharmacy technician 6
Dentist assistance 2
Psychologist 7

Social worker

Professional nurse 156
Technical nurse 7
Practical nurse 28
Occupational therapist 4
Other 381
Total number 593

Suanprung Psychiatric Hospital is the third oldest Psychiatric hospital in Thailand. The hospital was first established on December 17, 1938 in the nearby Lampang province. In 1947, the hospital was moved to Chiang Mai Province and became one of the 21 Psychiatric Hospitals operated by Thailand’s Department of Mental Health. Today, Suanprung Hospital serves its community with nearly 60,000 outpatient visits annually and caring for up to 700 Psychiatric inpatients daily. Suanprung Hospital works hard to serve a large community that encompasses the majority of Northern Thailand. The region includes thirteen provinces with a population of nearly ten million people. Suanprung’s efforts go beyond acute care; the Huay Din Dum rehabilitation center located in the Hang Dong district reintegrates the chronically mentally ill to our community. With some 340,000 square meters, the innovative center prepares patients for returning to society by providing intensive vocational therapy.

Suanprung Psychiatric Hospital, which was established in 1947, is a 415-bed hospital under the supervision of the Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health. It is located at 131 Changloe Road, Hai Ya Sub-district, Muang, Chiang Mai.

Vision : To excel in solving mental health problems across the country, especially those arising from alcohol-related disorders, and to develop systems of mental health and psychiatric services in Regional Health 1 and 2.

Mission : To study, research, develop, promote, and pass on knowledge and technology concerning mental health and psychiatry, especially the problem of mental health caused by alcohol-related disorders, using a good management system, and to treat, rehabilitate, and prevent mental health disorders in the general population.

Targets :

1. Patients with alcohol problems are treated across the country and never return to drinking habits.

2. Standardized holistic treatment services are provided to patients with mental health and psychiatric problems, focusing on those with the most complicated, complex, chronic, and severe problems.

3. The general population in the areas of responsibility is supervised and can access mental health and psychiatric services easily.

More informations, please contact

( M.D. , Psychiatrist ) DEPUTY DIRECTOR

( M.D. , Psychiatrist ) SENIOR PSYCHIATRIST

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