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  1. Bangkok Hospital has a good reputation and is private and expensive hence the 100 USD fee. I was at Ram in Chiang Mai in ER for 2.5 hours getting stitches mostly in my nose, tetanus shot, pills, next day follow up and it was 412 USD. I saw an ENT doctor here in the states at his office to get his opinion of work done. He said it all looked good. 650 USD paid by insurance, granted I did have him take some wax out of my ears.

  2. At least you now know what condition your condition is in, right ? Instead of imagining the worst. Thanks for sharing cost info. Hope things go as well as possible for you. Take care.

  3. Right arm injury in the states…hmm maybe. Right and left arm injury Thailand????
    Sum ting wong Rob…… you need to get out more.๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฆพ๐Ÿคœ๐Ÿค›

  4. Bangkok hospital in Phuket Town is great, I had my foot stitched up there after jumping off a boat onto a broken bottle, it was only my second time in Thailand and I was sure I would have to cut my vacation short and go back to the states to get REAL medical treatment, I was shocked at the service and the price ($25 including medications), I had to wear shoes for the remainder of my vacation and couldnโ€™t get back in the water but I discovered Phetchaburi and northern Kanchanaburi because of it which has turned out to be my favorite places in Thailand so far. Good luck with the eye ๐Ÿ˜ŽโœŒ๐Ÿผ

  5. Actually, Bkk hospital is one of the most expensive one. I was in a public hospitals in Thailand, it’s usually 1-3h long visit and the cost was always less than 500 thb/~$12, medicine included.
    BTW, foreigners are by law charged 2x Thai citizen price.

  6. Hi Rob,

    Iโ€™m in urgent need to return to Thailand. My Thai daughter was diagnosed with a serious bone disease. I have to get back to Thailand. I am happy to answer any questions if you would like to interview me. I could explain what Iโ€™m doing to return, the costs, etc. It would also help raise awesome of this terrible disease. My Thai daughter is only 14 years old. Iโ€™m try to return so I can help my wife with my daughterโ€™s health care and schooling.

  7. I often have to wait many months to see a specialist after having to get a referral from a General practitioner doctor here in Australia. I was supposed to be in Thailand and Malaysia for a few months this year and was planning to get a stack of dental and medical stuff done then our government stopped us from leaving in late March then Thailand hasnt opened up so double whammy.

  8. When I was in Thailand last year I had to go to Hospital. I went to Bangkok hospital in Bangkok. Everything you said about the service is exactly what I experienced. My total cost was $67.75 and I paid 100%, no insurance used. In and out within 90 minutes, including prescriptions.

  9. Hello Rob I definitely like how the hospital works over there just trying to see my Dr here in California is crazy. Take care of your shoulder and yourself Wishing you and everyone there well Take Care

  10. HEY ROB, WAS AT THE BANGKOK HOSPITAL IN BANGKOK LAST WEDNESDAY. THEY ARE A GREAT HOSPITAL. I WOULD PUT THEM UP AGAINST ANY HOSPITAL IN THE U.S.. I HAD 3 APPOINTMENTS AND THE WHOLE THING WAS AS SMOOTH AS GLASS. I WAS GOING IN TO SEE IF I AM HEALTHY ENOUGH TO HAVE SURGERY ON MY RIGHT SHOULDER. I PULLED 2 TENDONS LOOSE AND ANOTHER ONE IS JUST HANGING ON. ALL OF THE DOCTORS SPEAK GOOD ENGLISH. THE DOCTOR THAT IS DOING MY SURGERY WAS TRAINED AT JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL IN THE U.S. SO I THINK I’M GUNNA BE OK. IT’S THE ANESTHESIOLOGIST THAT I AM CONCERNED ABOUT BECAUSE THE SURGEON CAN’T EVEN TOUCH YOU UNTIL HE SAYS HE CAN.

    I HAVE BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD FOR INSURANCE AND THEY PAY 85 PERCENT OF EVERYTHING THEY DO. IF IT HAS ANYTHING TO DO WITH COVID-19 THEY PAY 100 PERCENT. I WAS WONDERING WHAT INSURANCE YOU HAVE?

    I WANT TO COME DOWN WHILE I’M RECOVERING AND LAY ON THE BEACH, MAYBE IN THE WATER TOO. IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN. THINKING ABOUT GOING ON DOWN AND SPENDING A FEW DAYS WITH FOREIGNER JOE TOO, HE LIVES ALMOST ON THE BEACH. IT WOULDN’T BE THE BEST PLACE IF THEY HAD A TSUNAMI BUT THE HILLS AREN’T THAT FAR AWAY. LOL

  11. Rob, I had a popped bicep about 10+ years ago. OMG that was painful when it popped (I was hauling a bunch of heavy boxes up to my attic when it happened). Surgery for it was no joke and with recovery time and physical therapy it was about 4 months before I was back to normal. Honestly, if you can live your life like normal without the use of that one muscle, I wouldn’t mess with it. The other bicep muscles can compensate pretty well.

  12. Hey Rob! Glad youโ€™re (relatively) well and hope it isnโ€™t too much pain. Thailand is a great place for healthcare. In a related story, we seem to have good vaccine news so maybe this will give us a push back toward opening borders, but it will certainly still take a number of months to get this rolled out and see how governments respond. Hope to see you all soon.

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