Health Care in Thailand
There are currently no required vaccinations for visiting Thailand.
In rural areas especially, boiling water (or buying it bottled) is a wise precaution; vegetables and fruits should be peeled before eaten, and uncooked foods should generally be avoided.
For up-to-the-minute information on vaccination requirements and disease information, call the International Traveler's Hotline in Atlanta at (404) 332 -4559, which is sponsored by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This service regularly updates its recorded message for each country.
Good health care is available in Thailand, and the quality continues to improve rapidly, especially in urban areas. All of the good hospitals have outpatient services, including laboratories and X-rays with general practitioners and specialists. Some of the hospitals also have good dental clinics. If you need medical care, the Bangkok facilities listed below are reputable and reportedly have English-speaking staff on hand.
Bangkok Adventist Mission Hospital
430 Phitsanulok Road
Bangkok Christian Hospital
124 Silom Road
33 Soi 3
133 Soi 49
Siam Dental Clinic
412/11-2 Soi 6