Expat Healthcare Advice for Chiang Mai
Know your local doctors, hospitals and dentist.
Emergency Medical Care in Chiang Mai
Dentist - 5 minutes away - private care (wonderful woman dentist) - YES all services - Dentist was very good and painless - Private woman owned business in Chiang Mai (down from the Holiday Inn).
Expat Health Insurance in Thailand
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Quality of Healthcare in Surrounding Area
All I needed was there in Chiang Mai - great dentist...
Meds available locally at drug store - over the counter pain meds... No - not expensive...
Healthcare in Thailand
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.
Hospitals in Chiang Mai
Knowing which hospital you would go to should a medical emergency arise while living in Thailand is important. This information is provided (but not endorsed) by expats and the US Embassy in Thailand.
Answer Questions about Healthcare in Thailand
Help others moving to Thailand by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Thailand, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.
Having a Baby Abroad Report
Being pregnant and giving birth abroad can be a bit unnerving. If you've had a baby abroad, please take a few minutes to answer a few questions about your experiences. Your insight will help to prepare other expat parents-to-be -- and hopefully calm their nerves.
Read Reports from Other Parents about their Childbirth experiences abroad.