Phuket’s sandy beaches and the high
level of medical professionalism here are what make
Phuket the ideal place for you to receive medical care
in relaxing and beautiful surroundings.
We can help you to arrange all
the details at hospital and clinic, arranging accommodations,
transportation, and even tour excursions during your
stay. Just send an e-mail to email@example.com
let us know what we can do to ensure that you will
have a pleasant and memorable time in Phuket.
Getting in touch:
You will be able to contact us by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions you might have.
If you are interested in plastic surgery you can send
us photos by e-mail for a photo consultation with a
plastic surgeon. We will make the necessary arrangements
for you to discuss your case by e-mail with a specialist.
It might feel uncomfortable to send photos by email
but do not show more than you feel comfortable with.
On a photo for breast operation ex, do not show your
On arrival in Phuket we can send our driver to pick
you up at the airport for transport to your hotel.
We can arrange with a co-ordinator
who speaks your language who will help ensure that
your entire stay is a pleasant and memorable one.
from making the arrangements for your medical treatment,
we would be more than happy to help organize a holiday
for you so that you can experience and enjoy the many
treats Phuket has to offer. Just let us know what interests
you, and we’ll take care of the
rest to make sure your stay in Phuket is a once in
a lifetime experience.
you arrive in Phuket you will visit your surgeon for
your first appointment. This appointment is for the
doctor to determine that you are in good health and
prepared for your treatment. Your doctor will also
discuss the details of your treatment with you, and
finally, set the date and time for it. If the treatment
is to be an operative one, your doctor will perform
a blood test, and your blood pressure and pulse will
be taken. If you are over 50 you will also have a heart
stress test, by running on a treadmill. Please inform
your doctor of any allergies or medical conditions
you may have.
You will be asked to sign a consent form allowing
the hospital to perform the required surgery.
Before going in for surgery, here are a few guidelines
If you have any conditions that requires more specific
details, we will let you know in advance.
- If you will be having a general anesthetic, please
do not eat or drink anything 6 hours
prior to your surgery.
- If you will be having a local anesthetic, please
do not eat anything 6 hours prior to your
surgery. However, you may drink clear fluids, such
as water, tea, or coffee, until 2 hours
prior to the surgery. Alcohol is prohibited.
- Prepare a small overnight bag to take to the hospital.
- Do not take any jewelry except a watch if you so
- Please remove all piercings, even in areas that
will not be treated by the surgery.
- If you are on any medication, please make sure
you bring it with you to the hospital so
that you can continue your course, and present it
to your anesthetist before the surgery.
- If you are wearing contact lenses and having a
general anesthetic, you will be asked to
remove them. It is advised that you bring regular
glasses if you will be having surgery
involving your eyes or the area around them.
the day of your surgery, we can arrange with a driver
to pick you up at your hotel to take you to the hospital.
When you arrive you will be taken to your private room.
The nurses will make the final
preparations for the surgery. If you have any questions,
please feel free to ask them.
After the surgery you will be kept under observation
at the hospital for one or two days (except for surgery
under local anaestetia) as a standard procedure.
Your partner or friend may stay with you at the hospital
for as long as you are in the hospital. After this
period you will have a final meeting with your surgeon
where he will give you instructions for your post-surgery
care. Please feel free to ask your surgeon any questions
you may have. A date will be set for a follow-up appointment
with your surgeon.
After this you will be discharged from the hospital
and your driver will take you back to your hotel.
Once you are back at home, you will be able to contact
your surgeon directly by phone and e-mail. This is
so that you can return home confident that you will
receive all necessary post-surgery care in your home