Chiang Mai Hospitals and Clinics


There are many Private Hospitals , Medical Centres and Clinics in Chiang Mai and they are amongst the best in Asia. Many of the Doctors have studied in Europe or the USA and standards of treatment are excellent. For the visitor or long term resident, Chiang Mai offers the very highest standards of medical care.

Chiang Mai Ram Hospital

Address: 8 Boonreungrit Road, Amphoe Muang, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand

Chiang Mai Ram Hospital 1

Address: 8 Boonreungrit Rd, A.Muang Chiang Mai, 50200
Tel: (053) 224-851, 895-001  Fax: (053) 224-880, 224-860

Chiang Mai Ram Hospital 1 is part of the Ramkhamhaeng Group of Hospitals and the largest private hospital in Chiang Mai. It has a team of internationally trained doctors with world-class credentials, many specializing in areas such as cosmetic surgery and cardiac care. The hospital also offers services such as Laser Eye Surgery. Treatments such as Balloon Angioplasty and medicated Cardiac Stent cost around $8,500.


Chiang Mai Dental Hospital

Address: 1/42 Moo 3, Chiang Mai – Lampang Road, T Changphuak, A Muang  Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 411150

Northern Thailand leading dental health care centre, Chiang Mai Dental Hospital offers a complete range of dental care services alongside periodontal and orthodontic support services. The centre opens daily 08:00 to 20:30 and is fully able to deal with foreigners’ needs.


Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital

Address: Suthep Road, T Suthep, A Muang  Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 222285  Fax: 053 217703

As the name suggests, Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital treats a range of neurological issues. It has an 8-storey wing devoted to the treatment of stroke victims and investigation into the causes of the increase in number of strokes within the region.


Feung Fah Clinic

Address: 1 Sriwichai Road  Tambon Suthep  Chiang Mai  50200
Tel: (053) 216-439; 893-092

Dr. Witoon Wisuthseriwong is a national board-certified plastic surgeon registered with the International College of Surgeons (Plastic Surgery) and the Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand (Plastic Surgery). He has been practicing cosmetic and plastic surgery for over 30 years and has two clinics in Thailand – in Bangkok and in Chiang Mai. His clinics offer a range of services including, Botox® , liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast augmentation, lift and reduction, eyelid work and scar revision.


Fortune Dental Clinic

Address: 233/11 Mahidol Rd  (Near Chiangmai International Airport)  Chiang Mai
Tel: (053) 281-881; Mobile: 0-1993-1993

Located in Chiang Mai, Fortune Dental Clinic & Dental Service Center is
a one-stop dental health care service offering a range of services including dental Implants, prosthodontic/pedodontic treatments, oral surgery, space closure, root canal treatment and aesthetic porcelain veneers.  The clinic prides itself on providing “western dental technology and services with eastern prices”.  The clinics specialists are lead by Assoc. Professor Dr. Sawaeng Bhosai, a highly experienced dental surgeon. Laser bleaching costs 12,000 Baht to 15,000 Baht; Paladium Crowns cost between 8,000 Baht and 12,000 Baht.


Lanna Hospital

Address: 1 Sukkasem Road  Nakhon Ping  Chiang Mai  50300
Tel: (053) 357-234-53  Fax: (053) 408-432, (053) 408-428

This 180-bed hospital provides 24-hour quality healthcare and medical services to locals and foreign visitors. The hospital has 24 full- and 11 part-time doctors specializing in a variety of areas enabling it to offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services. The hospital also has the support of Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Medicine. The hospital has English-, Japanese- and Chinese-speaking staff.


Maharaj Hospital

Address: 10 Suthep Road, T Suthep, A Muang  Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 221 517-8.

Built in 1939, Maharaj Hospital (known locally as Suan Dok Hospital) is a teaching hospital connected to Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Medicine. The hospital’s three buildings have a total of 1,800 beds. It serves around 400,000 out-patients and 50,000 in-patients each year. Many joint programs providing medical and educational support for physicians and medical students have been set up with other hospitals and health centres both inside and outside the Chiang Mai area. Very much geared for locals, the hospital does an admirable job of dealing with foreign patients.


McCormick Hospital

Address: 133 Kaewnawarat Road, A Muang  Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 241311  Fax: 053 241177

Founded in 1889 by Presbyterian missionaries, McCormick Hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand has earned a reputation for providing fine medical care and a concern for all individuals in the community, particularly the poor. It is a modern general hospital with 350 beds and around 19,000 patients admitted annually. Nurses are trained at the hospital in conjunction with the B.S. nursing degree program at Payap University. Again, a local hospital that is able to deal with foreigners.


Rajavej Hospital

Address: 316/1 Chiang Mai – Lampoon Road, T Nonghoi, A Muang  Chiang Mai
Tel: 053 801999  Fax: 053 801440

With highly qualified English speaking doctors, Rajavej Hospital provides an international standard medical environment. The hospital offers immediate treatments using the very latest equipment and technology alongside experienced nursing staff. The hospital also offers a range of eye and dental treatments and also features cosmetic surgery.



Address: 81/2-3 Sriphum Road  Chiang Mai  50200
Tel: (053) 357-911  Fax: (053) 335-7910

TRSC offers the biggest independent LASIK centres in Asia offering modern operating facilities, private consultation rooms, and state-of-the-art computerized data processing systems. Managed by a team of extremely experienced LASIK professionals, TRSC are LASIK pioneers in Thailand and have been in operation for nearly 10 years. All centre personnel undergo vigorous training before caring for patients. Their ‘Ultimate’ LASIK package comes in at around 100,000 Baht. TRSC has three centres – one in Bangkok, one in Phuket and another in Chiang Mai.

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