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It's been a while since I 've used her. Has she changed offices? Before there was an awkward stair case to negotiate. I require wheelchair accessibility

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There is a new ramp from the sidewalk to the outside door.  It appears that a chair would fit through that door, either going forward or reversing the chair.  Staff there to help.

 

Check with HCMC!

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No Dr.Morgan is in the same location.

I do believe that there is now wheelchair access but

I am going there tomorrow and if you like I will confirm for you?

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Yes, that would be very much appreciated. She used to do the examinations downstairs. Presently not Negotiable for me. So whatever intelligence you can provide will be most welcome

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12 hours ago, THAIPHUKET said:

Yes, that would be very much appreciated. She used to do the examinations downstairs. Presently not Negotiable for me. So whatever intelligence you can provide will be most welcome

i was just there the other day--her office a bit of cramped space, difficult for a wheelchair, but I think possible if you have some help.  she did the exam in a larger office, downstairs, at the end of a short hallway, you can see the office door from sitting in the waiting area.

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Thank you, that's exactly how  I remember it. You had no reason to pay attention to this detail, but did you notice a banister on both sides? That would help to get down and up again.

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Yes there is a ramp there nowadays and her office is on the ground floor

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Thanks for responding. The ramp brings me into the reception area. But the examination room ist downstairs. I would need a railing on both sides to walk safety downstairs. Which is that rarity in Thailand. Would you remember if that is it raining on both sides. If not I would have to send somebody to just have a look.

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35 minutes ago, THAIPHUKET said:

Thanks for responding. The ramp brings me into the reception area. But the examination room ist downstairs. I would need a railing on both sides to walk safety downstairs. Which is that rarity in Thailand. Would you remember if that is it raining on both sides. If not I would have to send somebody to just have a look.

They probably have people to help you or a walker or crutches, you could call to confirm.

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