Ronald McDonald Playroom

          Since 2001, Ronald McDonald House Thailand has built, renovated and decorated the playrooms located at hospitals and orphanage houses so hospitalized children and orphans can relax and play with friends while waiting to see doctors.

          The Playroom located a few steps from a child’s bedside in the government hospital. The room focuses on the liveliness and is equipped with cartoon books, DVDs, toys so the children can relax and enjoy activities during their treatment.

Currently, the Playroom is located at several government hospitals and children foundations such as:

    1. General children patients’ dormitory, 4th floor, Chalermprakiat Maha Rajini Building, Police General Hospital, Bangkok.
    2. The Thai Red Cross Children’s Home, 2nd floor, Vajiralongkorn Building, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
    3. Bamrasnaradura Hospital, 4th floor, Children’s ward building, Nontaburi.
    4. Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital, 4th Floor, Sujinno building, Chiang Mai.
    5. Two dormitories for kindergarten boys at Wat Sa Kaeo’s Home for Orphaned and Poor Children, Ang Thong.
    6. A multi-functional building for girls at Wat Sa Kaeo’s Home for Orphaned and Poor Children, Ang Thong.
    7. Rama Hospital, Children Ward 5, 2nd Floor, 1st Building, Bangkok.
    8. Nopparat Rajathani Hospital, 5th Floor, Pediatrics, Chalerm Phra Kiat Building, Bangkok.
    9. Phra Nakorn Sri Ayutthaya Hospital, 2nd Floor, Chalermprakiat Queen Sirikit Building, Phra Nakorn Sri Ayutthaya.
    10. Hua Hin Hospital1st Floor, Pediatrics Building, Prachuabkirikan.
    11. Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Center Chulalongkorn Hospital, 14th floor, Sor Kor Building, Bangkok.
    12. Ronald McDonald House Suk-Sanook Playground, Srinakarin Hospital, Khon Kaen.
    13. Siriraj Hospital, Children Ward No. 5, 3rd floor, Ananda Mahidol Building, Bangkok.
    14. Udon Thani Hospital4th Floor, Director Building, Udon Thani.
    15. Rangsit Home for Babies, Chatchompoo Meeting Hall, Pathumthani.
    16. Rajvithi Hospital, Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Foundation, 3rd Floor, Sa-ard Siripat Building, Bangkok.
    17. Children Village, Thai Red Cross Children’s Home, Nakornpathom.
    18. HDF Mercy Centre, 2nd Floor, Childhood Center Building, Bangkok.
    19. Reception Building and Nutrition Training Room, Demonstrate Sufficient Economic Center, Thai Red Cross Children’s Home, Songkhla.
    20. Rajpipat Hospital, 3rd Floor, Chalerm Phra Kiat Building, Bangkok.
    21. Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health, Kids’s Corner, M 6 Kor Children’s Ward, 6th floor, Mahitalatibet Building, Bangkok.
    22. Maharaj Nakorn srithammarat Hospital, Pediatrics department, 2nd floor, OPD Building, Nakornsrithammarat.
    23. Phaya Meng Rai Hospital, 1st Floor, Rehabilitation Building and building health promotion, Chiang Rai.
    24. Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital, Medical Department of the Air Force, Department of Pediatrics, 9th Floor, Khum Klao Building, Bangkok.
    25. Bamrasnaradura Hospital,4th floor, Children’s ward building, Nontaburi.
    26. Thammasat University Hospital, Kid’s Corner, 1st Floor, MR. Suwapan Sanitwong Building, Pathum Thani.
    27. Police General Hospital, 3rd floor, 60th Anniversary of Queen Sirikit Memorial Building, Bangkok.
    28. Burapha University Hospital, 1st floor, Srinakarin Building, Chon Buri.
    29. National Institute for Child & Family Development, 2nd floor, Panya Wattana Building, Mahidol University, Nakornpathom.
    30. Buddhachinaraj Hospital, 2nd floor, OPD Building, Pissanulok.
    31. Metropolitan Health and Wellness Institution, Bangkok.
    32. Mahachakri Sirindhorn Dental Hospital, Mahidol University, Nakornpathom.
    33. Vajira Hospital, Child Development Unit, 9th floor, Maha Vajiravudh Building, Bangkok.
    34. Songklanagarind Hospital, The building 8 I, 6th floor, Songkhla.
    35. Vajira Hospital, Child Development Unit, 9th floor, Phatakitayapa Building, Bangkok.

          RMHC plans and allocates the budget to refresh the Ronald McDonald Playrooms every 2-3 years so the rooms are in good conditions and ready to service children and children care takers. Since 2001, the Playrooms at government hospitals and orphanage houses has served more than 4 million children.


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