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7 Healthcare & Health Insurance Tips for Expats in Thailand

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Expats in Thailand share tips and advice about healthcare and health insurance in Thailand. Advice about hospitals in Thailand, the availability of prescription medicines, using Tricare in Thailand and more.

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Betsy Burlingame, Expat Exchange
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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Bangkok, Thailand

Go to either St. Louis Hospital or Bumungrad. The latter is a bit more expensive, but far, far cheaper than the USA. and the care is just as good if not better.

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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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An expat in Chiang Mai advises newcomers to know their local doctors, dentists and hospitals. He also says that medical care and medicines are not expensive.

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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Hua Hin, Thailand

Thailand is a country of medical tourism. I am still learning the ins & outs and am looking for the possibility of a low cost health insurance policy in line with my US Blue Cross

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Expat Health Insurance and Healthcare in Bangkok, Thailand

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An expat in Bangkok says that private hospitals are less expensive and more user friendly than in the US. He has found all of the medications that he needs locally.

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