While attending MUIC, Thai students can avail of health care services by applying for the University Health Insurance plan to the National Health Security Office. Students whose parents are currently working for Thai government sectors or enterprises can receive reimbursement from the parents’ workplaces until the age of 20.
MUIC students who apply for the University Health Insurance can avail of the services from Siriraj Hospital and Golden Jubilee Medical Centre. Prior to receiving the services, students must promptly present their national ID card and student ID card. In case of emergencies, students can also go to Ramathibodi Hospital or the Hospital for Tropical Medicine. Prior to receiving services, students must present their ID card. If a student is admitted and chooses to stay in a private room, he/she will be responsible for that additional expense.
Full-time international students can seek medical care at Siriraj hospital or Golden Jubilee Medical Center by presenting their passport and student ID card. Students can also use the AIA Health Insurance card to receive medical treatment at any hospital, whether government or private.
In addition, MUIC provides group and personal accident insurance with the AIA Company for all MUIC students. Students can receive medical treatment at any hospital, both government and private, by showing the AIA Group Privilege Card on every visit. If the hospital cannot do the Fax Claim, students will need to make an advanced payment and bring the receipt and medical certificate to the Office of Student Affairs for reimbursement.
Students are also entitled to consultation on minor health problems at the MU Health Centre which is located on the Ground Floor of the MU Learning Center, Tel: 0-2849-4529-30. Service hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
MUIC also has a First Aid Center in Room 216, at the 2nd Floor, Zone B, Aditayathorn Building. A nurse is available on Monday – Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.