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Hospitals in Chiang Mai

By Betsy Burlingame

Last updated on: Jun 07, 2020

Summary: Expats in Chiang Mai have access to a number of good private and public hospitals.

Living in Thailand - Hospitals in Chiang Mai

There are many good private and public hospitals in Chiang Mai. The list below is provided by the US Embassy in Thailand, but they do not specifically endorse any hospitals.

Bangkok Hospital (in Chiang Mai)
88/8-9 Moo 6 Nong Pa Khrang
Mueang, Chiang Mai
052-089-888

Chiang Mai Ram Hospital

Chiang Mai Ram Hospital (private)
8 Boonreungrit Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
66-53-920300

Lanna Hospital (private)
1 Sukkasem Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
053-999-777

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McCormick Hospital (private)
133 Kaeonawarat Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
053-921-777

Rajavej Chiang Mai Hospital (private)
316/1 Chiang Mai - Lamphun Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
053-801-999

Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital (public)
2 Suthep Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
053-920-200

Chiang Mai Maharaj Nakorn Hospital

Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai ("Susan Dok") Hospital (public)
110 Inthawarorot Road
Mueang, Chiang Mai
053-947-000

Nakhornping Hospital (public)
159 M. 10, ChotanaRoad
Mae Rim, Chiang Mai
053-999-200

Nakhornping Hospital (public)
159 M. 10, ChotanaRoad
Mae Rim, Chiang Mai
053-999-200

Sriphat Medical Centre, Faculty of Medicine (public)
Chiang Mai University
110/392 Sriphat Building
Inthawarorot Road
Muang, Chiang Mai
053-946-900

Emergency Numbers in Chiang Mia

If you have a medical emergency, call 1669 for an ambulance. This is a nationwide number. Medical personnel will transport the patient to the nearest medical facility that has an emergency response department. You may request to go to a specific hospital. If you have a non-medical emergency, call 191 for police.

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