My Hospital Experience, Bangkok March 21, 2020

Last Saturday, I woke up to the second day of a ear ache. While I was anticipating a VERY long wait at the hospital (Sukumvit Hostpital) to go in and see an Ear/Nose/Throat (ENT) specialist, I figured: better to do it now. Just 24 hours after shooting this video, all the Malls were closed in Bangkok.
Subsequently, on March 26th, the Prime Minister announced a “State of Emergency” in Thailand. However, this experience is likely to not be any different, if I were to go to this facility on March 27th or 28th.
Thailand’s private hospitals are Truly, Globally Spectacular and VERY reasonably priced – especially in comparison to the cost of medical care in the United States.
Gratefully, I have only been to a few different hospital during the last 7 years in Thailand:
mainly, Pattaya Memorial Hospital, Bumgrungrad Hospital, Bangkok to name a few.
Today, I went to Sukumvit Hospital ( http://www.sukumvithospital.com/home.php?language=en )
and my experience was like that of a 5 Star Hotel with Doctors in it. It was exceptional.
Sukumvit hospital is and easy walk from the Ekkamai BTS station.
I *highly* recommend if you need treatment – go There!

Thanks for watching. Hope you are Livin The Dream!
~mikes

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13 comments

    1. The ease of getting to LAX to get elsewhere?.. usually 😉 I’ve actually flown to BKK in the past from San Diego to *save* >$3000 in dental work. Crazy, right? Thanks for watching, I really appreciate it. Hope you’re doing ok. Peace.

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