An American in BANGKOK

Dunn, Philip
November 2007
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Nov2007, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p43
Trade Publication
An interview with Curtis J. Schroeder, an American hospital chief executive officer (CEO) who manages a small hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, is presented. When asked about why Thailand is able to attract American patients, Schroeder refers to the service ethic of the Thai people themselves. He comments on the difficulty of the business environment. He discusses some of the major challenges that he faces at work, as well as some personal challenges.


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