"Hospitals In Chiang Mai" Hospitals - Northern Thailand Private Ambulance Services (Updated October 2016)
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.
Private Ambulance Services in Chiang Mai:
Chiang Mai Ram Hospital: 053 920 300, 053-894-260 x1040 or x1050 Bangkok Hospital: 0 5208 9888 Sriphat Medical Centre: 053-946-623, 053-946-624 McCormick Hospital: 053-921-777 x 1339 Lanna Hospital: 053-999-777 x145 Non-Medical Emergency: Call 191 for police.
Hospitals in Chiang Mai
Hospitals with English-speaking expertise are easy to find in Chiang Mai. Many of the top Doctors have been trained in Western countries, and facilities are up-to-date. All of those listed offer programs specifically geared toward international travelers and expats. Chiang Mai’s best hospitals have websites where you can check out a doctor’s credentials online, so you can choose the one you prefer before making an appointment. Most of these specialize in heart, internal medicine, dental, ophthalmology, gynecology and ear, nose, and throat procedures.
NOTE: If you want a private room, most Hospitals require that someone stay overnight with the patient. They want to know that someone is available to go get help for the patient and that the patient won't try to get out of bed, fall and have problems. At CM Ram, they seem to "waive" this rule if someone is pretty "with it" and speaks some Thai, but they definitely insist on it with elderly patients, patients with IVs, catethers, or patients who have had surgery within the past 24 hrs. They don't have private duty nurses who sit in the room with patients all night.
In the wards, they have line-of-sight supervision of everyone all evening and know right away if someone is trying to get out of bed.
Private Medical Centers and Hospitals
Personally, I use Chiang Mai Ram 1 and Sriphat Hospital. Sriphat has excellent services at about 1/2 the price of Chiang Mai Ram. Sriphat does tend to be more crowded though. I was in Sriphat for 4 days with a colon infection. They treated me like a VIP.
Chiang Mai Ram 1 Hospital: . 8 Boonruangrit Road, Suthep Road, Chiang Mai, tel: +66 (53) 224 851, (Next to Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Center) Chiang Mai Ram 2 Hospital 99 Moo 5 Chiang Mai-Lampang Rd., Chiang Mai Tel: 053852590-6 website: http://www.chiangmairam.com/
These award-winning hospitals are the best in town and has excellent services, doctors, facilities and location. The rooms are three-star hotel standard, while staff all speak some English. Prices here are higher than elsewhere in Chiang Mai, yet much lower than similar quality hospitals in Bangkok or in developed countries. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bangkok Hospital Chiang Mai Grand Opening was Tuesday, July 22, 2014 88/8 Moo. 6, T. Nong Pa Khrang A. Mueang Chiang Mai, Huaykwang Chiang Mai, 50000. Tel.: 0 5208 9888 or: 1719 (local calls only) Fax: 0 5208 9800 Website: http://www.bangkokhospital-chiangmai.com/en/index.php
Lanna Hospital: One of the cheaper private hospitals in Chiang Mai, with 180 beds and 24 full-time doctors. The obstetrics and gynaecology services are particularly good here and most doctors speak English. 103 Chiang Mai/Lampang Road, Tambon Patan, Chiang Mai, tel: +66 (53) 999 777, fax: (053) 999-798, email: 1 Sukkasem Road, T. Pa Tan, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50300 Tel.: 053-999-777 website: www.lanna-hospital.com
Rajavej Hospital: This medium-priced Chiang Mai hospital can also cater for foreigners. It is located opposite the four-star Holiday Inn Hotel on the Ping River and is good for check-ups, skincare, general surgery and cancer treatments. 316/1 Chiang Mai/Lamphun Road, Nong Hoi Road, Chiang Mai, tel: (053) 801999 Ext. 177 (English), fax: 53 801442, 24, 40, email: email@example.com. website: www.rajavejchiangmai.com
McCormick Hospital: A popular hospital in Chiang Mai with a Christian-ethos and highly-skilled, English-speaking doctors. McCormick has outpatient clinics and an inpatient ward able to deal with skin disorders, eye problems, and offering breast cancer checkups and Thai massage. 133 Kaewnawarat Road, Chiang Mai, tel: +66 (53) 921 777, fax: (053) 921 734, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. website: www.mccormick.in.th
Sriphat Hospital Part of the Special Medical Service Centre at Chiang Mai University 053-936900 There are many tall buildings here. Tallest of all the Building also known as Sripat, is a 15-story clinical building. The hospital with all three buildings has 1,800 beds and serves 414,362 out-patients and 49,200 in-patient each year. website: www.cmed.cmu.ac.th
Apart from these knowlegde and expertise in medical, All Master's and Doctoral Degree doctor must pass a foreign language test in accordance with the regulations of the Graduate School. Majority of the staff here are able to understand or speak foreign language, the least English-American.
Maharaj Hospital (aka Suan Dok Hospital) 110 Inthawarorot Road, T. Sriphum, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50200 Tel.: 053-947-000 website http://suandok.med.cmu.ac.th
Nakhornping Hospital (public) 159 M. 10, Chotana Road, T. Don Kaeo, A. Mae Rim, Chiang Mai 50180 Tel.: 053-999-200 website: www.nkp-hospital.go.th
Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital 2 Suthep Road, T. Suthep, A Muang Chiang Mai 50200 Tel: 053 920 200 website: www.cmneuro.go.th
Feung Fah Clinic: Dr Witoon Wisuthseriwong is an accredited plastic surgeon who has been practising for more than 30 years. He has clinics in Chiang Mai as well as Bangkok and performs all manner of treatments, including liposuction, breast enlargement and face lifts. 1 Sriwichai Road, Tambon Suthep, Chiang Mai, tel: +66 (53) 216 439.