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Old 29th May 2019, 10:12 PM
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You may want to checkout Bumrungrad hospital's options, see link below:

https://www.bumrungrad.com/en

My friend told me about this hospital's comprehensive testing. Check it on the site and tailor to your needs. My friend told me he went for the comprehensive testing options for men. He usually get a few days of about 40 testing, one after the other with the escort of a nurse specking your language. At the end of the testing, all doctors coming in to discuss with you about what the comprehensive results mean and if any things needed to be done, they can schedule the treatment(s) or surgery needed during the same week while you are there in the hospital. All for a few hundred US dollars, cheaper than couple tests I have done in US.

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I second Dancebert's recommendation of BNH hospital in Bangkok.

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BNH is now a subsidiary of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, the same company that owns Bangkok Hospital Group. If I returned to Thailand, I wouldn't go to BNH without first researching their tendencies for using too many procedures and over prescribing.

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????????????????????? , this is the one most expats use , as Gavin Wadell , Expat works in the hospital , any questions just email or give him a call , check out the web page , then check up package , you see what you get and the price is at the bottom , tea / coffee and lunch included for 2,000 Baht lowest package , I normally get the executive one , for the whole body ultrasound. Plus you can add in anything spific you want
Hospital is spotless , staff are great

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Sorry forgot can't do web page
Hospital is Phyathai at sriracha

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