Once properly registered, patients using Pattaya Hospital can now use their national health insurance coverage to pay for services. Hospital directors celebrated the start of the new service by offering free checkups to city employees.
Pattaya Permanent Secretary Pakorn Sukhonthachat brought city hall workers to the hospital for the Oct. 27 health screenings, directed by the hospital’s public-health project manager Dr. Kritsada Manuyawong.
Pattaya Hospital’s public-health project manager, Dr. Kritsada Manuyawong, announces that patients, once registered, can use their national health insurance coverage to pay for services there.
Kritsada said Pattaya’s new hospital is a secondary level 2.1 hospital with 110 beds, which qualifies it for the Health Ministry’s standard as a medical center where social security insurance can be used. The facility is now registered as PCU service center and service unit.
Anyone interested in changing their social security privileges to Pattaya Hospital need to present a medical certificate and ID card or other card issued by the government.
Those interested can contact 1506 or Pattaya hospital 038-103-900 for more information.