Medical Tourism


‘Generation X’ is in charge and its legacy is a world where government ‘interference’ in the free market and healthcare is at an all-time low. Unable to depend on state healthcare systems, people in many parts of the world have to resort to their private resources for the operations and treatments they need. Private healthcare in the West is notoriously expensive, for some, prohibitively so. Even commonplace medical areas like dentistry and orthodontics are extortionately priced, while surgery and major operations can completely drain personal finances. Given the costs, and the stakes, many people have looked beyond the shores of their native homelands to find cost-effective solutions. Many have found their solutions in Thailand, spurring a trend in ‘medical tourism’ within the country.

But why Thailand?

The Thai medical profession is probably one of the most advanced in the region. Successive governments have invested in ensuring the education and training Thai doctors receive is parallel to that offered elsewhere in the region. Many doctors undertake specialist training abroad, particularly the United States and Europe, and are at least equally as well qualified as physicians in the West - often more so. A qualified, experienced medical profession is though useless without proper facilities and equipment. Fortunately, Thailand’s hospitals and clinics are world class. Huge investments have been made in equipment and management standards are so high that hospitals achieve ISO 9001 accreditation. Many major hospitals belong to management groups that ensure the very highest standard of medical service is available through their branch hospitals at various locations around the country. All this expertise and proficiency means that Thailand’s hospitals are a secure option for those seeking medical treatment.

Thailand’s medical solutions do not though rest at major surgery or treatments. A variety of cosmetic surgery options are available, as is cosmetic dentistry (laser teeth whitening, etc.) and laser sight correction (LASIK, etc.). Thailand is also a very popular choice for people requiring sex reassignment surgery.


Medical Tourism in Thailand



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Bangkok International Hospital

Bangkok


Bangkok International Hospital is recognized as the leader in private medical care within Thailand as a result of its first class facilities, leading expertise and its latest advancements in medical technology. A consistent focus on quality of service and patient satisfaction has been rewarded with accreditations from US, Europe, Australia and...

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Bumrungrad Hospital

Bangkok


Bumrungrad Hospital is one of Thailand’s leading hospitals and has a range of services available for overseas patients with a dedicated International Department and serviced apartments for those who require them. Packages include a variety of medical check-ups including Executive Programs with Stress Tests and coronary diagnostic tests....

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Samitivej Hospital

Bangkok


Part of a group of hospitals with branches in the Srinakarin area of Bangkok and Sriracha in Chonburi, Samitivej Hospital is located on Sukhumvit Road in central Bangkok. Each of the hospital’s branches offers high levels of service to overseas patients including a series of “Wellness” packages. These packages include a general...

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BNH Hospital

Bangkok


BNH Hospital (formerly the Bangkok Nursing Home) has been in operation since 1898 and has a long tradition of dealing with foreign patients. The BNH Hospital has won the Prime Minister’s Export Award 2004 underscoring the quality of its services. The hospital has dedicated multilingual staff dealing with foreign patients’ requirements....

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