|Hospital type||Teaching university hospital, partially public, mainly not-for-profit|
|Affiliated university||Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University|
Ramathibodi Hospital (Thai: โรงพยาบาลรามาธิบดี ) is a university hospital of the Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital or Ramathibodi Hospital Faculty of Medicine which is a faculty within Mahidol University and the fourth oldest medical school in Thailand. The founding project was approved in August 1964 under the Second National Economic and Social Development Plan (1967–1971), when medical demands risen rapidly and the Thai government seeking to increase the number of doctors and nurses in the country. The faculty received major funding from the Thai government and a supporting grant from the Rockefeller Foundation during its founding period. Construction was started in September 1965 and the faculty opened on May 3, 1969. It is one of Thailand's leading medical schools in terms of teaching, research and clinical services.
The hospital is located on Rama 6 road nearby Chitralada Palace. There are 3 main health servicing buildings (Building 1, Queen Sirikit Building, and Somdech Phra Debaratana Building) on the medical school campus which serve at least 5,000 out-patient visits per day and in-patients with more than 1,000 beds for tertiary medical care.
Ramathibodi Hospital is equipped with the most high-technology in the world. There are many advanced equipments used in Ramathibodi Hospital such as Cyberknife, latest 3-Tesla MRI with parallel RF transmission and in-coil sampling, super-fast 320-slice CT, and modern PET-CT scanners.
The Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University is one of the two medical schools within Mahidol University. The older sister is the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
There is a railway halt at the back of the hospital called Ramathibodi Hospital Halt, where commuter trains stop daily.