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The Pinned List Of Doctors Needs Updates

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hi

let me give you a name of a medical/psychologist who also is a counsellor for depression anxiety trauma and relationship issues i found this man very helpful for me last year dr r j perrin 0856187245

good luck

paddy

I think this must be your R J Perrin

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Here is what I don't understand:

Some self-sacrificing and generous fellow who had a bad experience with a pediatrician took the time to create and incredibly well-designed Thai doctor-rating site called MyThaiDoctor. When I last saw it, it had been around for a few years and there was no adverting or promotion on it. And it did not seem that many people (at all) were taking advantage of it.

Why? This could be so very useful and consumer-empowering if people would just use it.

Thank you for bringing this site to our attention however, some questions require answers:

I can't get the site to load, if I could perhaps some of my questions would be unecessary, perhaps others can try and comment?

So, does the site cover just Chiang Mai or is it nationwide, the list in this thread is focussed on Chiang Mai and its expat community?

Secondly, is the site truly independant and how can we be certain that is the case. Without even seeing the site I have great difficulty imagining it would be, why, because this is Thailand where very locals do very little for free.

Thirdly, is the list current, we compiled the CM list a year ago and already it needs updating, you mention your list having been adround for a few years?

Perhaps if we can get clarification on the above then we will find a way to make the two lists cohabitate sucessfully, there's certainly no point in reinventing the wheel but lets just be certain that wheel is round and not square.

I tried to log into the MyThaiDoctors (MTD) site and for the second day it wouldn't load, I then did some digging on the web and came across a blog site where the author of MTD wrote a short opiece, in it wrote:

"Hi There,

I’m Sam from mythaidoctors. I sort of lost the interest in the website after moving back to the US. Still I want to update the physician database as the current one is four years old already.

Sam"

So it seems that MRD has largely fallen into direpair and is no longer used as extensively as it might be and that's a shame, let's hope that TV members pull their collective fingers out in the near future so that the same thing doesn't happen to our pined list!

I continue to be nervous about MTD since I notice (from the internet menue) that there's an entire section on Bumrungrad and that smacks of sponsorship, in addition it looks as if the author of the site owns a whole series of medical websites, al of which are fee earning http://www.statmyweb...s/dr.prasertsri and http://website.informer.com/mythaidoctors.com

Finally, to answer the question raised by Bouffant in his earlier post, the MTD site is not used because:

it will not load and is not generally accessible;

it's content is out of date, since 2008;

it is a national list and is not Chinag Mai specific;

there is a strong possibility the list is sponsored and is therefore not impartial.

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Hmm- Interesting what member chang mai found at the "MyThaiDoctors" site.

When I used it almost 2 years ago, I posted all my doctor reviews which included both laudatory and some truly scathing reviews of Bumrungrad doctors. At that time I saw no censorship or favoritism generated by the site.

I did see that the site was barely used, which I thought would discourage the site owner from maintaining it, particularly if he had already moved out of Thailand.

At that time it did seem like the search and software could be made use of freely by consumers despite any affiliation by the website owner. .

Popular and easy to use consumer review sites TripAdvisor and Yelp.com (in the US) both accept advertising, and will bump their advertisers to the top of lists like google will, and Yelp will inform a paying business owner whenever there is a review so if it is negative they can respond immediately if they so wish. Yet both sites work wonderfully to empower the consumer to quickly sort through many businesses, and 50 reviews don't lie (if you read them and use your head) whereas I find it easy to determine if a review site or even a few reviews are a plant.

On this site (God bless this site) you have to dig hard for comments about doctors-particularly if you want suggestions to find a doctor and are not researching a given doctor- and most comments are are years old.

When I used MyThaiDoctor 2 years ago after some medical work in Thailand, I thought, "Boy, the owner is going to stop paying the webhosting bill for this site as it is so poorly used by consumers." If the site was a front to make some docs appear like the best, it would certainly seem like the owner would have been engaged more actively in that, but the site was just plain dead. Maybe it has changed since then.

Bumrungrad has at least one paid employee to monitor ThaiVisa and respond quickly to any complaints. (I'm not a Bumrungrad fan, to say the least. Terrible experience there.)

Not to argue with you chain mai, and the site might have changed since I used it. It is just most frustrating to have to dig so hard on this site, or make newbie comments like "can somebody recommend a good doctor for..." to which usually only a few people will respond, and for which there are is already info on this site but most will be too lazy to dig it out.

There is a site called Qype.com for reviews of anything, anywhere. Great site but nobody knows about it so it doesn't have the critical mass one needs.

I just feel consumer rating sites are so very important to consumer empowerment.

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I just feel consumer rating sites are so very important to consumer empowerment.

I couldn't agree with you more on this point, it's a shame that MTD has fallen into disrepair otherwise we would have no need to try and develop our own list. Re; your point about Tripadvisor and similar: TA had the potential to be truly great until it became tainted with paid for and owner based reviews, my fear with a MTD or similar site is that the same thing happens and that would be disasterous for all of us.

I would urge you to continue to participate in this topic, you've found something that no other member has mentioned in the past year of trying to complie the list hence your input will be most welcome and much appreciated.

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I now have a list of the doctors and senior medical staff at Rajavej Hospital and it runs to three pages (!), rather than post all the names blindly I'll hang on to the list and provide names as possible candidates when people are looking for specific disciplines or doctors specifically at Rajavej. As and when we get individual references from members confirming the quality of the refferal I'll put it forward for inclusion on the pinned list.

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I now have a list of the doctors and senior medical staff at Rajavej Hospital and it runs to three pages (!), rather than post all the names blindly I'll hang on to the list and provide names as possible candidates when people are looking for specific disciplines or doctors specifically at Rajavej. As and when we get individual references from members confirming the quality of the refferal I'll put it forward for inclusion on the pinned list.

Do you know DR uunnh (nickname) who looked after my shoulder following an accident. Excellent physician with superb bed manners?

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I now have a list of the doctors and senior medical staff at Rajavej Hospital and it runs to three pages (!), rather than post all the names blindly I'll hang on to the list and provide names as possible candidates when people are looking for specific disciplines or doctors specifically at Rajavej. As and when we get individual references from members confirming the quality of the refferal I'll put it forward for inclusion on the pinned list.

Do you know DR uunnh (nickname) who looked after my shoulder following an accident. Excellent physician with superb bed manners?

cheesy.gif Unless you have a very special relationship that would be bed side manners!giggle.gif

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I've updated the list with the names of doctors at Rajavej using inputs from trusted sources inside the hospital, I've also included the changes recommended by members thus far, please review and comment. BTW I can confirm that Rajavej DOES NOT have a system of dual pricing.

ALLERGIES & IMMUNOLOGY - (allergic conditions).

Awaiting forum input

ANESTHESIOLOGY - (chronic pain syndromes)

Dr Srirath Chaiyaphruk – (is also a specialist in acupuncture)

Rajavej Hospital, Hospital, 053-801999

CARDIOLOGY (Heart)

Dr Patarapong

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

Dr Tanawat Benjanuwatthra

Rajavej Hospital, and Sriphat 053-801999

CARDIAC SURGEONS

Dr Surin & Dr Weerachai

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

CHIROPRACTOR

Dr Philip Parry BSc Chiro (Hons), MSc Chiro (Paeds), FCC

Chiropractor (UK & Thai registered)

Tel: 080-8069966

Rajavej Hospital, Hospital CM, Tuesday and Friday 1pm - 7pm

COLO-RECTAL SURGERY and PROCTOLOGY

Awaiting forum input

DENTISTRY (All Aspects)

Dr Varaporn

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

Dr.Chanika Sasomsin,

Prof. Korakot Boripantakul, Dr. Marisa Sukapatte

Grace Dental Care Clinic

45 Soi 11 Nimmanhemin Rd.

053 894 568/69

Dr. Joy

Elite Smile Dental Clinic

(next to Pantip Plaza)

053 288199

Dr Apaporn Limpastan

Rajavej Hospital, 053-801999

Dr Chatchai Charoensri

Rajavej Hospital, 053-801999

DERMATOLOGY (Skin)

Prof Dr. Siri Chiewchanvit

199 Moonmuang Road, A Muang,

Chiang Mai 50200. Tel: 053 214108

Dr Ekarach Amornrungsun

Rajavej Hospital,, 053-801999

ENDOCRINOLOGY (Thyroid)

Dr Ampica

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

EENT (Ear, Nose & Throat)

Dr Chalermpong Ariyadej

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

GASTROINTESTINAL

Prof. Dr. Kannika Phornphutkul

Rajavej, Hospital

053 801999

(is also a specialist in liver cancer)

Dr. Ekacai Paiboonworachat

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

Ass Prof Sandhu Trichak

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

Dr Piset Pisetpongsa

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

GENERAL PRACTISE

Dr Morgan

HCMC Clinic,

Hang Dong Road.

(almost opposite Tesco)

Monday-Friday 08.30-19.30 Hrs

Saturday 8.30 - 13.00 Hrs

053 804405

http://www.healthcar...icalclinic.com/

Dr. Tawachai

Loi Kroh Clinic,

62/2 Loi Kroh Road

opposite Wat Loi Kroh

Mon - Fri, 8am - 1pm, 4:30 - 8:30pm / Sat 8am - 1pm / Sun 4:30 - 8:30pm.

053 271571

Dr Teerapat

Chiang Mai RAM II ( Thepanya hospital)

(0)53 85 29 90

GENERAL SURGERY

Dr Jeerasak Intarukka – Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

Dr Khomsan Prachongtat – Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

Dr Wunchat Pangkreung – Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

Dr Vinisch Seemakajorn – Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

HEAD & NECK SURGERY

Dr Mark Thong

National University Hosp. (Singapore)

(posted here because it's a difficult specialist skill to find)

+65 6772 2002

INTERNAL MEDICINE

Dr Sharin (consultant to RAM)

Savitri-Sharin Clinic

near DK books.

95/2 Kochasarn Road

Hours Daily 9:00AM – 12:00PM and 5:00PM - 8:00PM

53-27-5330

Dr Piyachat Wongyai

Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

Dr Jit Jiraratsatit (speaks German also)

Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

Dr Phat Jantanopsiri

Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

NEPHROLOGIST - kidney diseases.

Dr Wirachat Lertnithiku

Rajavej Hospital,, 053 801999

NEUROLOGY (Brain & C-spine)

Dr Surat Tanprawate, Sriphat

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

Dr Nantawat Lerkittipat

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

OB/GYN (Female Reproductive)

Dr Warachon,

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

Dr Sompong Trungtawatchai

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

Dr Suri Simaraks (female)

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

Dr Mungkorn Sawat

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

ONCOLOGY/HEMATOLOGY (Cancer)

Dr. Rattiya Cheewakriangkrai

M.D. Medical Oncologist / Hematologist

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

OPTOMETRY (Eye tests, frames and lenses)

Vision Center

Rajvitthi Rd. (near to the UN Irish Pub)

(not strictly in the medical arena but very highly rated for all

aspects of eye exams and sensible costs of glasses and lenses)

OPTHAMOLOGY

Dr Rungkiat Changwaiwit

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

Dr Wichai Pinthasawad

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

ORTHOPAEDIC (Bones/Joints)

Dr Sudhee Sudasna

Clinic:38/4 Chiang Mai - Lampang Road.

Mon - Frid: 1800 - 1930 hrs

Sat closed.

Su: 0930 - 1130 hrs

Phone: 053 - 214 139

Dr Paiboon

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

Dr Chanakarn Phornphutkul (sports medicine)

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999 and 053 204545

(Orthodpedic clinic opposite the hospital on the other side of the river)

Dr Preecha Chalidapong (Hand and wrist surgeon)

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

OPTHOMOLOGY (eyes)

Dr Rachada and Dr. Paradee

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

PATHOLOGIST - diagnoses and treats the study of the changes in body tissues and organs which cause or are caused by disease

Awaiting forum input

PODIATRIST

Awaiting forum input

PEDIATRICS (Babies/Children)

Dr. Savitri

Savitri-Sharin Clinic

near DK books.

95/2 Kochasarn Road

Hours Daily 9:00AM – 12:00PM and 5:00PM - 8:00PM

053-27-5330

Dr Charlie Phornphutkul

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999 (Note: is also the hospital Administrator)

Dr Somchart Chaiyavet

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

Dr Kamone Keawmanenuan

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Khun Took (and others)

Rajavej Hospital,

053 204545

PSYCHIATRY

There is a large specialist government run psychiatric hospital in Chiang Mai, located on the South side of the moat, details are here:

http://www.suanprung...g/suanprung.php

PLASTIC SURGEONS

Dr. Somboon, Rajavej Hospital, + Private practise at Hillside 4 condominiums.

Dr. Opas at Sriphat or Pruksa clinic

PULMONARY (Lungs)

Dr Limsukon

Sriphat Hospital

053 5394 6909/10

RADIATION ONCOLOGY - diagnoses and treats disorders with the use of diagnostic imaging, including X-rays, sound waves, radioactive substances, and magnetic fields.

This is undertaken only at Sriphat and Mahraj Hospitals, awaiting specifics

RADIOLOGY

Dr Apaporn Limpatan

Rajavej 053 801999

RHEUMATOLOGIST - stiff muscles and pain in joints and associated structures

Awaiting forum input

UROLOGY (Urinary/Reproductive)

Dr Pruk Kithirathrakan

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

Dr Jamroon Wattanasakult

Rajavej Hospital, 053 801999

Dr. Bunnakit

Chiang Mai RAM Hospital

053 920300

Sriphat is the private wing of the 2,300 bed Maharaj Nakorn Hospital - also known as Suan Dok (Suan Dork) Hospital, a large tertiary government teaching hospital affiliated with Chiang Mai University (CMU). All medical specialities are represented and the hospital is fully equipped to a high standard, including an excellent trauma centre. At Sriphat (also known the “Special Medical Services Center”) it is possible to see many of the most senior physicians affiliated with the CMU Medical School in a private capacity. No other hospital in the area offers the same range of expertise, and it is quite affordable. All of the doctors speak English to a decent standard or better and most of the administrative and nursing staff do also, but to varying degrees. There is also an efficient queuing system in place whereby a new patient can see a medical specialist within very short time scales and subsequent visits rarely involve more than a two hour wait. In this as in many government hospitals, the quality of care is much higher than the hospital’s general appearance and lack of amenities might suggest. Finally, this hospital has extensive 24 hour Accident and Emergency facilities, including an air ambulance.

Ramkamheng (“Ram”) Hospital is a private for-profit institution which is slightly more convenient in terms of language and waiting time, but also more expensive and offering a more limited range of medical specialities. In some cases physicians at CMU also have hours at RAM.

Rajavej Hospital, Hospital is a private 150 bed for profit hospital that specialises in Orthopedic and Gastrointestinal issues, it is priced between Sriphat and RAM and is staffed and equipped to cover most medical conditions. Rajavej Hospital, has a useful customer liaison function that provides translation and communication between Thai and English and Japanese, however, most doctors there speak English to a good standard.

Another well known private hospital in the Chiang Mai area catering to the expatriate community is McCormick Hospital. Although private, it is non-profit, with rates that are similar to Rajavej Hospital,.

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Good job cm. But just curious since you modified the list with the Rajavej Doctors if you or anyone you know have ever used any of them and what their experiences have been? I'm not in any way being negative as I know you put a lot of hard work into this and I respect your opinions. In the case of the Chiropractor, many members have commented positively about him so he is a good addition to the list. But how about some of the others like the two dentists, the internists, and the Dermatologist added from Rajavej for example? Do you or any members have any first-hand experience with them? I would be hesitant to go to one of the 'new' dentists on the list (for example) if no one in the large ex-pat community has ever used any of them. I recently went to one dentist recommended by many on here (not on the pinned list) and it was up there in the top 5 worst dental experiences of my life and was unbelievably painful. Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

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Good job cm. But just curious since you modified the list with the Rajavej Doctors if you or anyone you know have ever used any of them and what their experiences have been? I'm not in any way being negative as I know you put a lot of hard work into this and I respect your opinions. In the case of the Chiropractor, many members have commented positively about him so he is a good addition to the list. But how about some of the others like the two dentists, the internists, and the Dermatologist added from Rajavej for example? Do you or any members have any first-hand experience with them? I would be hesitant to go to one of the 'new' dentists on the list (for example) if no one in the large ex-pat community has ever used any of them. I recently went to one dentist recommended by many on here (not on the pinned list) and it was up there in the top 5 worst dental experiences of my life and was unbelievably painful. Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

I admit this is a bit of a gamble but I wanted to expand the scope and add some specialties that we were missing, basically what I've done is to take the list of all doctors at Rajavej and then I've sat with two different people, separately, inside the hospital (both non-thai) and said, who do you think is really good and why - these are both people in a position to know the right answers. The result was a justification exercise with about a quarter of the doctors being classified as having really good communications skills AND being sound in terms of medical training/expertise. The latter was somewhat subjective, if a doctor had overseas training and experience he passed the test, ditto if he is in great demand and his reputation amongst current patients is high. An example of this is the Cardiologist Dr Tanawat who is only at Rajavej on Saturdays, such is his reputation that bookings to see him are now made weeks in advance else patients are refered to him at a different hospital or to another Cardiologist, I reckon that sort of demand is worthy of inclusion on the list. Same for the Gastroenterologist Dr Kannika, I've been seeing her for a few weeks and she is just oustanding, I don't have a second or third opinion on that so folks will just have to trust me.

I hope folks feel that's a suitable selection process for the time being, obviously, if we get any negative reports we can start to remove individuals. But to be honest I could not see any other way to keep the list alive since we had not had inputs from any other source for quite some time.

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Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

Dr Joy at Elite Smile would be a very sound choice, I can personally recommend.

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Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

Dr Joy at Elite Smile would be a very sound choice, I can personally recommend.

What is her speciality?

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Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

Dr Joy at Elite Smile would be a very sound choice, I can personally recommend.

O.K. thanks very much. Do you know what her experience is and how long she has been practicing?

I recently had to get a filing re-done as the old one had broken. I went to my usual dentist, Dr. Jarunee, but she could not repair it herself and referred me to her young associate. I refused, as I felt he was too inexperienced and frankly, not very good. He had repaired 2 filings in the past and it was a miserable experience (to say the least). I went to another guy recommended on the forum. He seemed like a good guy and had about 10 years experience. But on the day of the procedure it was absolute hell; painful like I couldn't believe. The guy became argumentative when I asked for another injection. It would be good if members could put forth their experiences with dentists for filings, root canals, extractions and so forth. I think most of us know who does a good job cleaning our teeth but it seems the practice here is to refer out for other procedures.

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Next time I'll give your dentist a try.

Dr Joy at Elite Smile would be a very sound choice, I can personally recommend.

O.K. thanks very much. Do you know what her experience is and how long she has been practicing?

I recently had to get a filing re-done as the old one had broken. I went to my usual dentist, Dr. Jarunee, but she could not repair it herself and referred me to her young associate. I refused, as I felt he was too inexperienced and frankly, not very good. He had repaired 2 filings in the past and it was a miserable experience (to say the least). I went to another guy recommended on the forum. He seemed like a good guy and had about 10 years experience. But on the day of the procedure it was absolute hell; painful like I couldn't believe. The guy became argumentative when I asked for another injection. It would be good if members could put forth their experiences with dentists for filings, root canals, extractions and so forth. I think most of us know who does a good job cleaning our teeth but it seems the practice here is to refer out for other procedures.

I don't know the answer to either of your question, best I can do is to say that Dr Joy is, I would guess, early to mid 40's, has excellent English, was very soft and light of touch when she dealt with me and was classed as "öutstanding" by Mrs CM when she did a couple of filling for her last month (Mrs CM is very hard to please when it comes to dentists, just one of her quirks I'm afraid). I'd be willing to bet that you will be pleased with Dr Joy.

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I don't know the answer to either of your question, best I can do is to say that Dr Joy is, I would guess, early to mid 40's, has excellent English, was very soft and light of touch when she dealt with me and was classed as "öutstanding" by Mrs CM when she did a couple of filling for her last month (Mrs CM is very hard to please when it comes to dentists, just one of her quirks I'm afraid). I'd be willing to bet that you will be pleased with Dr Joy.

Does she just do fillings,crowns, root canals or does she do other stuff like extractions?

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I don't know the answer to either of your question, best I can do is to say that Dr Joy is, I would guess, early to mid 40's, has excellent English, was very soft and light of touch when she dealt with me and was classed as "öutstanding" by Mrs CM when she did a couple of filling for her last month (Mrs CM is very hard to please when it comes to dentists, just one of her quirks I'm afraid). I'd be willing to bet that you will be pleased with Dr Joy.

Does she just do fillings,crowns, root canals or does she do other stuff like extractions?

I don't know, but typically any dentist who does fillings also does extractions, if anything root canals are something of a speciality that some dentists seem not to do.

And no, I don't know if she's married, does windows and floors and is a good cook. whistling.gif

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There are definitely "specialists" in some clinics. I know that is true of Grace. And there are certainly orthodontists, a popular money-making specialty. Chiang Mai really has an enormous range of dental practices.

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FYI, Dr. Siri the dermatologist in Chiang Mai's clinc address is wrong above, twice should be 119 very close to thaw page gate and Wat, not close to ginger.

Phone number is also wrong, should be 053 357085

DERMATOLOGY (Skin)

Prof Dr. Siri Chiewchanvit

119 Moonmuang Road, A Muang,

Chiang Mai 50200. Tel: 053 357085

FYI, Dr. Siri the dermatologist in Chiang Mai's address is wrong above, twice should be 119 very close to thaw page gate and Wat, not close to ginger.

Phone number is also wrong, should be 053 357085

DERMATOLOGY (Skin)

Prof Dr. Siri Chiewchanvit

119 Moonmuang Road, A Muang,

Chiang Mai 50200. Tel: 053 357085

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FYI, Dr. Siri the dermatologist in Chiang Mai's clinc address is wrong above, twice should be 119 very close to thaw page gate and Wat, not close to ginger.

Phone number is also wrong, should be 053 357085

DERMATOLOGY (Skin)

Prof Dr. Siri Chiewchanvit

119 Moonmuang Road, A Muang,

Chiang Mai 50200. Tel: 053 357085

FYI, Dr. Siri the dermatologist in Chiang Mai's address is wrong above, twice should be 119 very close to thaw page gate and Wat, not close to ginger.

Phone number is also wrong, should be 053 357085

DERMATOLOGY (Skin)

Prof Dr. Siri Chiewchanvit

119 Moonmuang Road, A Muang,

Chiang Mai 50200. Tel: 053 357085

Many thanks for making that correction, the list will be updated again in about one week and the address/telephone number will be changed then.

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Thank you for the list Can't Remember and you're very welcome for the update.

Regarding Dr. Siri - I had some possible skin cancers looked at and while he didn't think anything was a problem he said I'd have to come to the hospital at CMU if I wanted a biopsy of the one I was most concerned with. Just my one experience, but the the clinic may not be "full service", I'd probably of gone straight to the hospital if I'd known.

You might also add:

Chiang Mai Dental 4U

Warut Muttaruk, DDS

382-384 Thapae Rd., T.Changmoi, A.Muang,

Chiangmai 50300 Tel: 0-5387-4149

http://www.chiangmaidental4you.com/

I visited this morning for 2 dental implants and it went very well (so far). The doctor and the front desk staff both speak excellent english. The old folks might need to turn up their hearing aids though, as they all talk extremely quiet ;)

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Thank you for the list Can't Remember and you're very welcome for the update.

Regarding Dr. Siri - I had some possible skin cancers looked at and while he didn't think anything was a problem he said I'd have to come to the hospital at CMU if I wanted a biopsy of the one I was most concerned with. Just my one experience, but the the clinic may not be "full service", I'd probably of gone straight to the hospital if I'd known.

You might also add:

Chiang Mai Dental 4U

Warut Muttaruk, DDS

382-384 Thapae Rd., T.Changmoi, A.Muang,

Chiangmai 50300 Tel: 0-5387-4149

http://www.chiangmaidental4you.com/

I visited this morning for 2 dental implants and it went very well (so far). The doctor and the front desk staff both speak excellent english. The old folks might need to turn up their hearing aids though, as they all talk extremely quiet wink.png

It makes sense that Dr Siri does biopsies at the hospital since that requires a "clean room" and a lab.

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Thank you for the list Can't Remember and you're very welcome for the update.

Regarding Dr. Siri - I had some possible skin cancers looked at and while he didn't think anything was a problem he said I'd have to come to the hospital at CMU if I wanted a biopsy of the one I was most concerned with. Just my one experience, but the the clinic may not be "full service", I'd probably of gone straight to the hospital if I'd known.

You might also add:

Chiang Mai Dental 4U

Warut Muttaruk, DDS

382-384 Thapae Rd., T.Changmoi, A.Muang,

Chiangmai 50300 Tel: 0-5387-4149

http://www.chiangmaidental4you.com/

I visited this morning for 2 dental implants and it went very well (so far). The doctor and the front desk staff both speak excellent english. The old folks might need to turn up their hearing aids though, as they all talk extremely quiet wink.png

Seems like the same staff work at Elite Smile and the hospital or university, that's why they're only available on certain days

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Dr Preecha is a specialist orthopaedic hand & wrist surgeon

After Neurology change Brian to Brain. smile.png

Add Dr Suthee's clinic address, where he's mostly at. I'm not sure how often he's at Sripat now he's retired?

Dr Sudhee Sudasna Clinic

38/4 Chiang Mai - Lampang Road.

Mon - Frid: 1800 - 1930 hrs

Sat closed.

Su: 0930 - 1130 hrs

Phone: 053 - 214 139

Dr. Sudhee has sold his clinic. He has reduced his work to 2 days a week at the Ram, this before complete retirement.

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Dr Preecha is a specialist orthopaedic hand & wrist surgeon

After Neurology change Brian to Brain. smile.png

Add Dr Suthee's clinic address, where he's mostly at. I'm not sure how often he's at Sripat now he's retired?

Dr Sudhee Sudasna Clinic

38/4 Chiang Mai - Lampang Road.

Mon - Frid: 1800 - 1930 hrs

Sat closed.

Su: 0930 - 1130 hrs

Phone: 053 - 214 139

Dr. Sudhee has sold his clinic. He has reduced his work to 2 days a week at the Ram, this before complete retirement.

Noted on the master list which will be updated online shortly.

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