The Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital recognized the importance of systematic preparation in the semi-urban community of Bangkok Noi District to become a model for a "healthy city" and "healthy community." With funding from the Thai Health Promotion Foundation, the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital established the Development of Health Care System and Community Health Through a Healthcare Database Project (Bangkok Noi Model Phase 2). The accomplishments of Bangkok Noi Model Phase 1 have highlighted the significant factors contributing to the project's ongoing success: the capability and the relationship between the leaders and the residents in that district. Furthermore, data retrieval in the form of project extension was critical in identifying areas of weakness and improvement for comprehensive care — prevention, promotion, treatment, or rehabilitation.
1st November 2020 – 30th June 2023
Thai Health Promotion Foundation
Developing a "Healthcare Database," a tool for improving project, activity, and knowledge in response to specific healthcare circumstances in the community and connecting all administrative healthcare mechanisms, has resulted in 8 sub-projects under Bangkok Noi Model Phase 2 in 2020-2023.
- Improving Prehospital Emergency Care Model for Semi-Urban Area Project
by Lect. Sattha Riyapan M.D., Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- Community Driven Air Pollution Alert System with Bangkok Noi Model Project
by Lect. Chamard Wongsa M.D., Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- Healthy Thai Project with Bangkok Noi Model: Fatless Community Project
by Lect. Kusuma Chaiyasoot M.D., Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- The Sustainable Development of Community based Rehabilitation Program in Urban Thailand Project
by Lect. Sumana Srisoongnern M.D., Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- Developing A Management Model of Sex Education and Counselling in the Secondary School, Bangkok Noi District, Bangkok Project
by Asst. Prof. Benjamat Olanratmanee, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- The Development of Health Literacy for Hypertensive Patients in the Community Project
by Lect. Dr. Saowaluck Sukkapathanasrikul, Department of Fundamental Nursing, Faculty of Nursing Siriraj Hospital
- Health Coach for Diabetes and Hypertension Prevention with New Normal in Urban Areas Project
by Assoc. Prof. Korapat Mayurasakorn M.D., Research Department, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
- Developmental Surveillance and Promotion Manual (DSPM) Project
by Lect. Gornmigar Sanpawitayakul M.D., Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
The Improving Prehospital Emergency Care Model for Semi-Urban Area Project is an expansion of Improving First Responder System for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Bangkok-Noi District Project, Bangkok Noi Model Phase 1. The project aims to evaluate and promote the emergency care training model in Bangkok Noi District communities. The project committee for emergency care development in the community will be in charge of establishing a first responder network in the community and organizing activities as provided in the following;
Activity1: Operated a Training program for the CPR trainer who will respond to
support CPR expert in community.
Activity2: Operated a CPR training program for juristic persons and security guards of
the condominiums in Bangkok Noi District Community to improve
emergency care ability.
Activity3: Operated a CPR online training with "Cheewin" mannikin via Zoom Cloud
Meeting and the creation of a network between the public and the hospital
in order to apply and share this CPR knowledge with others in the future.
Activity4: Deployed an emergency response system with a community first responder
through the Line Official at Wat Ruak Suttharam, Trok Khao Mao, Soi
Sudsakorn, Wat Yang Suttharam, and Wat Krut. This system allows the
victim to get healthcare services before the medical team arrives.
Activity5: Deployed an emergency respond system to initiate first response from
condominium staff and facilitate medical team at Lumpini Park Pinklao
Condominium, Thana Astoria Pinklao Condominium, Thana Tower
Condominium, The Parkland Condominium, and Lumpini Park Boromrat-
Activity6: Operated a refreshment course for the community first responders and
trainers to regularly review individual’s competence in CPR.
Collective data from project activities will be analyzed and assessed to formulate a manual for emergency care development in a semi-urban community and to establish a long-term sustainability community policy that will serve as a model for other communities similar to Bangkok Noi District Community in the future.