All MUIC students, including foreign nationals, enjoy limited health coverage under the University Health Insurance plan.
Students who have minor health problems can report to the MUIC First Aid Center in Room 2106 on the ground floor of Building 2.
A nurse is available Monday to Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A doctor is available every Wednesday, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Those who need to see the doctor should make an appointment in advance.
Students can also visit the Mahidol University Health Clinic, located on the Salaya Campus. Service hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
In serious cases, the First Aid Center or Health Clinic will refer students to either Siriraj Hospital, in the Bangkok Noi District, or Golden Jubilee Medical Center, conveniently located across the Salaya campus. Prior to receiving services, students must present their student ID card and passport. If a student is admitted and chooses to stay in a private room, he/she will be responsible for that additional expense.
In emergencies, students should make an effort to go to Siriraj Hospital or Golden Jubilee Medical Center, in addition to Ramathibodi Hospital or the Hospital for Tropical Diseases. Prior to receiving services, students must present their student ID card and passport.
Expenses from any hospital other than the four previously mentioned ones will not be covered by MUIC. In such cases, visiting and exchange students will have to use their home insurance plans.
Full-time international students will be required to join the MUIC Health Insurance plan, at a cost of 4,500 Baht per year, with a payment of 1,500 Baht per trimester, which will provide coverage at hospitals other than Siriraj Hospital, Golden Jubilee Medical Center, Ramathibodi Hospital or the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.