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Does the Queen's hospital at KKU Khon Kaen have a skin specialist for possible cancer?


Some 15 years ago I was treated in Bangkok for pre skin cancer and had areas of damage frozen.    It worked fine and all sites cleared up.
Now in the past weeks it seems to have returned.

I need to go to KK next month for pacemaker check so would visit a skin specialist on same day to avoid travel and Covid.

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Check Hospital Website for specialist Dermatology Dept / Doctors.

Make online appointment. Queens a Heart Center. KK Ram Hosp. has a Dr. Charoen C. Derma Doc…… from Internet Search……

Had non-malignant Skin Cancer top of my back treated two years ago. Cut Out the eight Large Areas & Froze the ten Smaller Pieces. Your 15 year interval before returning is encouraging ! 

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It does nto have anyone specif8ically specializing/expereinced in skin cancer as far as I know. Best dermatologist there is probably Asst. Prof. Charoen  Choonhakarn who can be seen at Srinagarind or also at KK Ram Hospital

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14 hours ago, Sheryl said:

It does nto have anyone specif8ically specializing/expereinced in skin cancer as far as I know. Best dermatologist there is probably Asst. Prof. Charoen  Choonhakarn who can be seen at Srinagarind or also at KK Ram Hospital

Thanks Sheryl, may try Queen's KK first as I am there all day ( hospital always busy ) regarding pacemaker check and heart doctor.  Trying to limit my exposure to Covid by visiting just one hospital.

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19 hours ago, WhiteBuffaloATM said:

Check Hospital Website for specialist Dermatology Dept / Doctors.

Make online appointment. Queens a Heart Center. KK Ram Hosp. has a Dr. Charoen C. Derma Doc…… from Internet Search……

Had non-malignant Skin Cancer top of my back treated two years ago. Cut Out the eight Large Areas & Froze the ten Smaller Pieces. Your 15 year interval before returning is encouraging ! 

Thanks for your comments.
I know other hospitals in KK offer treatment but trying to only visit one hospital due to Covid.


Much of my working life since 1961 ( started in England ) has been outside in farming and in South America, Middle East, Asia and other "sunny" places , perhaps before that my few years surfing on Australian beaches back in late 60's.   ( I body surfed spending hours in the water;  used olive oil for skin lotion as it didn't come off in the salty water - of course skin cancer was not really heard of in those days ).     Never liked wearing a hat.
 

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2 hours ago, Speedo1968 said:

Thanks Sheryl, may try Queen's KK first as I am there all day ( hospital always busy ) regarding pacemaker check and heart doctor.  Trying to limit my exposure to Covid by visiting just one hospital.

The Queen's Hospital is part of the Srinagarind complex but only for cardiology. You need to go to the main hospital for dermatology.

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