Busting myths about medical tourism Thailand

Posted: November 8, 2010 in Health

I’ve made a few posts previously about some of the odd claims about medical tourism to various places. Being in Thailand I get to experience the health care here first hand on a regular basis. That experience prompted me to write up a little article busting a few common myths about medical tourism to Thailand. It’s up at the Ezine Articles website now so if you follow that link you can have a look.

The three myths I talk about are easy and sort of obvious, although the one about malpractice recourse is a little more opaque for someone who doesn’t regularly read news about Thailand. There is a fourth myth that I plan to write about in the future. It’s about the quality of care from private hospitals versus public hospitals in Thailand. I’m going through something at the moment, a saga of sorts, and some of the experiences have been rather enlightening. Long story for a future post or article.


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