Expat Healthcare Advice for Bangkok
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.
Expat Health Insurance in Thailand
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Yes. Only for some medicines. Very, very cheap.
7 Healthcare & Health Insurance Tips for Expats 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.
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 a...
Hospitals in Chiang Mai
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Do either submit your insurance papers for you?
I know you probably have to pay first would be nice if one of the Joint Commission Hospitals would submit directly to Blue Cross!