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Bangkok Hospital
2 Soi Soonvijai 7,
New Petchburi Road
Bangkapi, Huay Khwang
Bangkok 10310
Tel: (+66) 2310-3000 or 1719 (local mobile calls only)
Fax:
(+66) 2318-1546
Email:
info@bangkokhospital.com
Website:
http://www.bangkokhospital.com/index.php

Bangkok Hospital, Contact Center
Tel:
(+66) 2310-3344 Fax: (+66) 2755-1310

Bangkok Hospital, Emergency Services
Tel:
(+66) 2310-3456 Fax: (+66) 2310-3132

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Bangkok Hospital Phuket
1 Hongyok Utis RoadMuang, Phuket 83000
Tel: (+66) 76 254-425
Fax: (+66) 76 254-430
Email:
i nfo@phukethospital.com
Website:
www.bangkokhospital.com/phuket/

Bangkok Hospital Pattaya
301 Moo 6, Sukhumvit Road (km 143),
Pattaya,
Chonburi 20150
Tel: (+66) 38 259-999
Fax: (+66) 38 259-990
Email:
inquiry@bph.co.th
Website:
www.bangkokhospital.com/pattaya/

Bangkok Hospital Samui
57 Moo 3, Thaweerat Phakdee Road
Bophut, Koh Samui
Suratthani 84320
Tel: (+66) 77 429-500
Fax: (+66) 77 429-540
Email:
info@samuihospital.com
Website:
www.bangkokhospital.com/samui/

Medical Insurance
Having travel insurance that includes full medical cover is highly recommended when travelling to Thailand.

Bangkok hospitals
accepts most major and worldwide medical and health insurance plans, however we encourage you to check with our billing department. Yhey also except payment by Travellers checks in USD, GBP, Yen and cash in Bhat and USD.
The Bankok Hospital billing department, along with medical and treatment details provided by our doctors, will liaised with the insurance company for verification and approval of the patientís medical expenses.
Patients will be responsible for the full or the unpaid balances, including rendered cost and services, which are not covered by the insurance company.
Important note: Overseas medical and health insurers may require at least two business days to process each insurance requests.

Patients will be responsible for the full payment, including personal expenses, at the time of discharge prior to the approval or completion from the insurance provider.

Extending your visa if hospitalised*

There are several factors that can and may affect your visa requirements, including the need for application, prior to your arrival, and the possibilities of extending your stay permit in Thailand. Below are a few guidelines that may help you plan your trip and visa requirements.

Prior to your arrival:

We encourage you to speak to our medical faculties whereby our doctors will provide you with the details of the treatments and therapies that you may need.

With these detailed medical information, we recommend you to consult the type of visa and its duration with the Royal Thai Consulates or Embassies that may be available in your country. Our concierge will be able to assists you further and / or liaise by providing you with additional references as needed.

Visa extensions while admitted at Bangkok Hospitals:
Our concierge will be able to facilitate with the visa extension process, in the event that your stay needs to be prolonged, while being admitted at Bangkok Hospitals. The extension may take up to seven days of which we highly recommend all our patients to check their visa expiration dates. Overstay fine is 500 Baht / per day by the Thai Immigrations.

The prevailing visa extension fee is 1,900 Baht + 350 Baht service surcharge. All fees and surcharges are payable by the patient.

* INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY BANGKOK HOSPITALS
FAQ for tourists website: http://www.bangkokhospital.com/index.php?p=en/faqnonresidents

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