To study the housing welfare policy, the current housing situation and the needs for residence of the Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medical Centreʼs personnel in order to provide recommendations regarding the future planning for arrangement of housing welfare. The population of this study consisted of 368 Medical Centreʼs staff. Questionnaires designed by the researcher were distributed, of which 302 questionnaires or 82.1% were returned. The data was then analysed by means of percentage and cross tabulation. It was discovered that the HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medical Centre had once set up a housing welfare plan and project for its staff. However, due to the economic crisis, there was no budget, so the plan had to be shelved. At present, the Medical Centre provides housing welfare for its personnel in two respects: giving loans through the savings cooperation and providing halls of residence. The study revealed that most respondents of the questionnaires were female nurses, aged between 21-25 years old. Most of them were single, holders of bachelorʼs degrees with a monthly salary ranging from 5,001-10,000 baht. Their monthly family incomes were lower than 20,000 baht. Regarding the current housing situation, it was found that the Medical Centreʼs staff took up residence both inside and outside the Centre. There were 173 personnel living on the premises, particularly in the residence halls for medical students. These people had housing problems. They wanted to have a place of their own to live and wished to purchase or hire-purchase a place to live in the future. As for the other 129 members of staff who took up residence outside the Medical Centre, most of them lived in rented single or twin houses. These people did not have problems regarding housing. However, they also had the need to own a house and wished to purchase or hire- purchase a place of their own to live in the future. In terms of the needs for future residence of the staff members, it was found that those who wanted to have their own living place wished to hire-purchase single or twin houses within the price range of 500,001-1,000,000 baht and pay 5,001-10,000 baht in monthly installments. The most important reason for their need to buy houses was the need for more living space. They wanted the Medical Centre to help them either by providing housing loans or by working in cooperation with private sector and National Housing Authority so that they could buy in installments. The group of people who had this need the most were medical doctors. Regarding the need for housing repair, the staff members wished to have assistance regarding the interest rates of the housing repair loans. In this respect, the group of people who had such a need were the members of the medical support staff. Regarding the assistance about rented accommodation, it was found that some personnel wanted to live in rented houses situated in various locations convenient for travelling. The nurses were the group of people who had this need the most. While the people in these three groups were able to respond to their needs, doctors and nurses were the more capable groups.