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    are there any english doctors or english speaking doctors in BKK ?

    am worried about my fiance , i think she showing signs of
    PCOS - polycystic ovarian syndrome, and she does not like doctors or hospitals, so i want to go somewhere where i can do all the talking.

    any advice ??


    cheers

    age

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    The hospital in Rama 9 has English speaking gyni consultants , but its not cheap.

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    age,

    Try the Bumrungrad hospital in Bangkok, more like a hotel than hospital, but excellent service and when I was there, far from what I would call expensive! (Some might consider Expensive for Thailand though). English is no problem.

    Bumrungrad

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    Bumrungrad top spot (and top whack).
    Then the likes of the Payathais (1, 2 and 3)

    Paulo Memorial not bad. Samitivej also, so I'm told.

    As with all private healthcare, expect walk out with a big bag of medication.


    Still makes me laugh that Bumrungrad has a Maccie D's.

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    I would think that one of the big, and expensive, hospitals mentioned above would be your best bet. However, I found many doctors in Bangkok who spoke good English. I used to go to a small surgery in about Soi 7 or 11 of Sukhumvit.

    When I was living in Thailand there was also a British GP surgery and a British hospital, but I don't think either were very good, and they were expensive.

    Ian

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    Many thanks to all of you,

    Think will go to Bumrungrad
    dont mind paying top-whack for top-service.

    prob much cheaper than private in UK !


    thanks again

    age + sul

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    Most of the doctors and nurses in international section of private hopsitals in BKK speak English, I know that Bangkok hospital has an IMC-International Medical Centre where all of the staff speaks very good english, I worked there for few months before I came here and the service fee is sensible.

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