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2 hours ago, RotMahKid said:

Nothing!

It's included in the insurance every Dutch has.

Correct

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57 minutes ago, Odysseus123 said:

Do you want to joke about cancer..?

 

I can talk to you about cancer-also about brain dead gerbils,if you choose.

 

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Cancer is about the worst hhing that can happen to people if u joke about it well maybe 1 day it knocks on your door then u will not joke 

 

some are Lucky get away with treatment some 3 months gone bang end life 

 

so have another think first what u write when comenting 

many many people get emotional backlash from this nearlley every body has at sometime had dealings with this 

 

 

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We should Send this guy to hospitals in Phuket and Pattaya and fight the more brutally white skin taxes there.

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54 minutes ago, farcanell said:

I was asking another poster if he believed that a work permit had anything to do with cancer.... but if you want to discuss gerbils, lead on

My apologies Farcanell-I shot from the mouth and deserved your mannerly rebuke.

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I can see for the exact same service at the same time at Hua Hin hospital i and my girlfriend paid different prices for the same service. Specified on my receipt i paid Nursing Service 300 baht but my girlfriend paid ค่าบริการทางการพยาบาล 50 baht. ค่าบริการทางการพยาบาล translates to Nursing Service. I guess that is what you are complaining about. I also had to pay different price for the actual service, in our cases root channel treatment, my girfriend paid 3500+600 but i had to pay 4100+900.

 

According to the comptroller general website i was overcharged on all services. The overcharge prices is nowhere to be found on the goverments website so i guess it is the hospital policy to overcharge the white man.

 

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11 hours ago, leeneeds said:

12700,  4 years at bank interest rates will not make the decimal point move very much.

take the money buy a few more goats,

put one in a camp oven stew enjoy the meal,

is the stress of extras worth it,?

 

Its not about the money - its all about cavilling….

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7 hours ago, puukao said:

In 1983 I was in Pattaya and got some 15 baht soup and was charged 25 baht because she thought I said something different.  peeset instead of tammada.  anyhow, i sued for the 10 baht, plus interest.

 

next week we go to court for the 99th time.

 

 

 

 

Let us know how you get on.  How much did you pay your lawyer?  😊

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He is just right, im admiring his will and power to get things right and has nothing to do with being dutch. Sometimes you think and now its enough.

Here in Holland things happen and you are thinking <deleted>!!?? DIctators ruling the country.

SHould i start shouting? But dutch sleep, they have their stupid smartphone and thats it.

If he is living in Thailand, he doesnt have dutch insurance, cant. But doesnt matter as being patient and alien charged extra? NO. RESPECT TO THE ERWIN !!

 

You already have to pay extra in national parks and so on and not only in Thailand, also such a stupid thing.

 

I dont know how much i should have pay when i was in hospital in december. As my lady took care for it, she even never showed (asked for it) me the bills. Never the less i paid it back after she told me just what about the money it costs (im not sure if she was telling me the right number, she felt obliged to just pay, was her dog that bit me, though i never accused her for that, it can happen). i think it has an attitude problem and would put him to sleep, but probably cant do in Thailand. Had a conversation with the dog and bit me. But ok thats another story.

 

Needed (?) shots for rabies. Only i do know, i could have a new experimental drug for it, costing me 18000 bath, instead of the old one costing 1000 bath, as the doc told me. Dont know if those prices were also alien prices, as the doc popped them out of his brain, amazing.

I already was sceptic about having shots for rabies, it works? I red once there is no drug against rabies. So i wasnt being a probe with the new drug, instead had the "old ones". Im not foaming around the mouth, so ok no rabies? The dog also not,

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14 hours ago, Katia said:

  It's not about the money but the principle, so I'm surprised he's not seeing more support here, since everyone hates double pricing.  I think I would've given up long ago too, but I "get" why he wants the full amount.  You'd think the *hospital* would want to end it and cough up the extra few bucks.  (Though, according to my calculator, 300 extra baht, times 14 visits, adds up to 4200 baht-- am I missing something, or is he asking for interest?)

Many times, change is made by action and not sitting back waiting for "someone else". Eight-hour workdays, over-time pay and sick leave were all done by action. Same here.

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5 hours ago, Benmart said:

Many times, change is made by action and not sitting back waiting for "someone else". Eight-hour workdays, over-time pay and sick leave were all done by action. Same here.

Is that not what I said?

 

 

12 hours ago, TheDutchEngineer said:

300 is just a part of it. plus additional 'administration fees' and other irregular manipulations. 

Okay, that makes sense.  All they mentioned in this article was the 300 baht.

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20 hours ago, xtrnuno41 said:

I red once there is no drug against rabies.

That's not accurate - and you wouldn't have read it on any website providing accurate medical information. What you probably read is something saying that there is no treatment for rabies after the onset of clinical symptoms - which is almost 100% true (there has only ever been one exception).

 

There are vaccinations for rabies that can help stop it developing (you still need to seek further treatment if bitten) and there are treatments that can be given after being bitten and which are extremely effective if started quickly enough after exposure to the virus.

 

It's also very important if bitten by an animal that might possibly have rabies, to wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water for at least 15 minutes and then treat the wound with detergent, povidone iodine or other antiseptic substances - this can also help delay the onset of symptoms and aid in the speed of recovery, again assuming the proper post-exposure treatment is administered.

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I wonder if the Thais ever learn from their wrongdoing but I guess it is too late for that already.

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