On August 26, 1976, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty the Queen were presided over the foundation laying ceremony of the hospital of the Faculty of Medicine, which has over 120,000 of usable space. The hospital was graciously bestowed the name “Songklanagarind Hospital” by the King, on April 30, 1979. The hospital was built with 4 main objectives in mind:
     • To be used as a place for clinical practice of medical students, nursing students, and other medical personnel.
     • To offer medical services on diagnosis, treatment, disease prevention to people of southern Thailand.
     • To provide special diagnosis, and laboratory examination to nearby hospitals.
     • To be a place for research and investigation which may lead to the solutions for certain public health problems in southern Thailand.

     Songklanagarind Hospital opened services on February, 1982 , with ability, in accordance with the government policy, to provide tertiary level health care to the people of the 14 southern provinces of Thailand. It now has 853 patient beds, and provide medical service to in and out patients, accident and emergency patients in various fields such as general practice, obstetrics and gynecology, surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, orthopedic surgery, physical medicine, otolaryngology, psychiatry. Other services provide are pain clinic and acupuncture, radiology, surgery on out-patients. The hospital also has centers of excellence in heart, cancer, gastrointestinal tract and liver.
     Songklanagarind Hospital is the source of learning for medical students, contracted/ resident doctors and students of other health-sciences disciplines as well as being the source of research for health-science personnel.
     Songklanagarind Hospital employ the mechanism of providing medical services through the department of out-patients, in-patients, emergency patients in the form of the coordination of multi-disciplinary services which consists of medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, and other professions. The hospital has 8 interconnected buildings to support its main mission of providing services to out-patients, in-patients, accident and emergency patients; fully equips with operation rooms, in-patient wards, centers of excellence, and diagnostic division.

website  http://hospital.psu.ac.th