Swedish patients get tax paid treatment in Thailand

The county of ÖÖstergötland in south central Sweden has signed a contract with Scandinavian Healthcare, SHC, to send open clinic patients for treatment in Thailand.
     This is a first for tax paid treatment of Swedish patients in Thailand.
     “This means that we can start receiving any number of open clinic patients, from March 2004, who will get their treatments, Rheumatic and Neurological, paid by the Provincial Government, the patient will have to pay for flight and accommodation,” comments Mr Peter Diurson, CEO of SHC.”They will be received and treated by Dr Kanoknart Yingcharoen who is fluent in Swedish and Thai in our centre 35 minutes from Bangkok airport, which will provide them with the possibility to receive both western and eastern treatments to their benefit.”

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