Planning your visit

      Plan ahead to make sure you visit at Phuket Provincial Hospital is comfortable and smooth. Remember to select important items to bring (what to bring) with you. If you have any questions as you plan your visit or stay at PPH, please contact PPHC (contact PPHC) international department for any questions or concerns.

      When a medical issue requires you to travel far from home to receive the care you need, you might feel overwhelmed. Our first priority is to take away your stress—to go beyond your expectations to ensure that you and your family are comfortable and relaxed—so you can focus on your return to wellness.

      Our team of specially-trained international care coordinators provides the highest level of service in a compassionate, discreet and respectful environment.

      Your International coordinator will serve as your personal guide through the Phuket Provincial Hospital experience. During your stay, he or she will seamlessly blend your medical needs, your individual preferences and your cultural, linguistic and religious expectations into a tailored experience that makes Phuket Provincial feel as like family.


Before your next check-up, make sure you do these four things

1. Review your family health history.
      Plan ahead to make sure you visit at Phuket Provincial Hospital is comfortable and smooth. Remember to select important items to bring (what to bring) with you. If you have any questions as you plan your visit or stay at PPH, please contact PPHC (contact PPHC) international department for any questions or concerns.

2. Find out if you are due for any general screenings or vaccinations.
      Have you had the recommended screening tests based on your age, general health, family history, and lifestyle? Check with your health care provider to see if its time for any vaccinations, follow-up exams, or tests. For example, it might be time for you to get a Pap test, mammogram, prostate cancer screening, colon cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening, blood pressure check, tetanus shot, eye check, or other screening.

3. Write down a list of issues and questions to take with you.
Review any existing health problems and note any changes.
      • Have you noticed any body changes, including lumps or skin changes?
      • Are you having pain, dizziness, fatigue, problems with urine or stool, or menstrual cycle changes?
      • Have your eating habits changed?
      • Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, distress, or sleeping problems?

4. Consider your future.
      Are there specific health issues that need addressing concerning your future? Are you thinking about having infertility treatment, losing weight, taking a hazardous job, or quitting smoking? Discuss any issues with your provider so that you can make better decisions regarding your health and safety.

Patient Handbook
This handbook will familiarize you with hospital services and policies and answer many questions you may have during your hospital stay.

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