Manarom Hospital, a private facility specialising in mental and behavioural health care, has projected 15% revenue growth this year on greater public awareness about the merits of its services.
A patient room at Manarom Hospital, which is expanding to meet growing demand for mental health services.
Last year, it posted a 15-million-baht net profit on a 12% increase in revenue to 160 million baht thanks to its ability to keep costs at existing levels. For 2014, Manarom forecasts its revenue will rise by 18%, according to managing director Kraisit Narukhatphichai.
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