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Discover the Seamless Vaccination Service in Nepal

Embark on a worry-free vaccination journey in Nepal And Effortlessly Schedule Appointments

Welcome to our dedicated vaccination service in the heart of Bangkok. We are committed to providing a seamless and efficient vaccination experience for all residents. Discover the convenience of our express check-in, streamlined appointments, and real-time availability updates.

✅Foreigner Friendly English Speaking Customer Service
✅ Fresh and Valid Batch of Vaccines
✅ Every Time Personalized Service with Doctor's Consultation

Beyond Vaccination - Your Health, Your Schedule 💉

MedEx simplifies the vaccination experience by providing a streamlined process to check vaccine availability, compare prices, and book appointments for a variety of vaccinations.

Protect Your Health, Get Vaccinated Today!

Are you ready to safeguard your well-being and that of your loved ones? Don’t wait any longer—vaccination is your key to a healthier tomorrow!

How It Works


  • Vaccine Inquiry & Availability Acquire vaccine information such as requirement, brand, cost and availability.
  • Schedule an Appointment
  • Appointment Scheduling Arrange medical appointments efficiently and conveniently based on your schedule.
  • Image Capture and Diagnosis
  • Doctor Consultation & Procedure Guidance Receive in person consultation from specialist and get vaccination.
  • Consultation and Procedure Process
  • Follow-up Care Promptly schedule the follow up appointment for remaining doses.
  • Access Online 

Comprehensive Service for Vaccination

Individualized Health Assessment and Guidance from Expert Specialist

MedEx is a digital healthcare and navigation platform located in Bangkok. MedEx facilitates vaccination services by collaborating closely with multiple hospitals in the network. As hospitals have many customers, they may not be able to provide personalized one-on-one services. That's where MedEx comes in to help. We work directly with the marketing and patient care team of the hospital to provide you with end-to-end care. Additionally, our medical staff and patient care team are fluent in English and provide round-the-clock support, ensuring accessibility and assistance whenever needed. With MedEx, you receive end-to-end care, making your vaccination experience seamless and stress-free.

MedEx partners with JCI-accredited US Gold Standard Hospitals to provide vaccination services. These hospitals meet the same quality standards as hospitals in the US and have undergone rigorous criteria for quality and patient safety accreditation.

Yes, the vaccination appointments arranged by MedEx are flexible to accommodate your schedule. We work closely with the patient care team and the hospital to ensure that we have up-to-date information on vaccination status and doctor availability. The available time slots for vaccination provided in the booking form are based on the real-time data provided by the hospital, so you can rest assured that the appointments are tailored to suit your needs.

A medical certificate is an official document issued by a healthcare professional that confirms an individual's health status. It may be required for travel abroad to ensure the traveler is fit to undertake the journey and doesn't pose a health risk to others.

Express Vaccination Service

Vaccination Questionnaires

Average Vaccination Procedure

How long does an average vaccination procedure take?

The vaccination procedure typically takes no more than 15 minutes as we need to evaluate your health condition and verify your past vaccination record.
Vaccination Requirement

Is there preparation requirement before getting vaccination?

Before receiving vaccination, it's important to prepare accordingly. Ensuring an adequate amount of sleep and abstaining from alcohol intake prior to vaccination are recommended. It's essential to be in good health without any signs of fever or abnormalities. Additionally, it's advised to refrain from engaging in vigorous exercise or activities for 2 days before and after vaccination. There are no restrictions on food or fluids, and regular medications can be taken as prescribed. However, individuals with underlying diseases and uncontrolled symptoms should consult their physicians before receiving the vaccine to ensure their safety and well-being.
Follow Up Post Vaccination

Is there any need for follow-up after being vaccinated?

It is possible that there will be a requirement for follow-up after vaccination, depending on the vaccination service you receive. Some vaccines may require additional doses to ensure their effectiveness. If any follow-up doses are necessary, our medical team will notify you in advance. Additionally, if you have received a vaccination in your home country and require a follow-up dose while in Thailand, you can seek assistance from MedEx, and we will be happy to help.


Frequently Asked Questions About Vaccination

When recommending vaccines for travelers heading to Thailand, it is crucial to consider individual factors such as the duration of the trip, the travel destinations within Thailand, the activities planned, and the health status of the traveler. Each traveler's risk profile is unique and will influence the recommended vaccines. For example, a backpacker exploring Southeast Asia for an extended period may require different vaccines compared to a short-term visitor attending business meetings in Bangkok. Risk assessment and personalized risk management plans assist in determining vaccine recommendations, taking into account disease risks, vaccine efficacy, side effects, and cost. Effective communication between travellers and healthcare providers ensures informed decisions that align with their individual preferences and health needs
The risk of malaria for individual travelers in Thailand varies based on several factors: destination, duration of stay, nighttime activities, seasonality, and protective measures. Travelers to forested or border areas face higher risks, especially during the rainy season and nighttime hours. Despite these factors, the overall risk for travelers contracting malaria in Thailand is very low, with studies reporting rates as low as 1:12,254 to 1:50,000. Hospital data from Thailand's Hospital for Tropical Diseases indicates minimal cases, with only 3 out of 21 travelers cases acquiring malaria in Thailand between 2000-2005. Consequently, antimalarial medication is generally not recommended for travel within Thailand. Still, consultation with medical professionals is advised for travel to neighboring countries with potentially higher risks, such as Myanmar, Laos, or Cambodia.
Traveler's diarrhea is a common illness among travelers, occurring mostly in developing regions like Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. However, Thailand has experienced a decline in the prevalence of the disease due to improved sanitation. It is caused by pathogens present in contaminated food and water, such as enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC), bacteria, and parasites. Symptoms usually appear within a week of travel onset and include sudden onset of loose stools, abdominal discomfort, nausea, and fever. Although most cases resolve within 2-5 days without treatment, some may lead to dehydration and fever, requiring hospitalization. Treatment options include antibiotics, oral dehydration, and supportive care. To prevent traveller's diarrhoea, it is essential to avoid risky food and water sources, opt for sealed bottled beverages, and promptly seek medical care in Thailand's hospitals if symptoms arise. Stool analysis is often recommended before consultation.

When considering whether to get the Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccine for travelling in Southeast Asia, it's essential to understand the risk factors and recommendations. JE is a mosquito-borne disease prevalent in parts of Asia, including Southeast Asia. The virus's life cycle involves pigs as amplifying hosts, transmitted by Culex mosquitoes, active at night, mainly in rural areas where flooding irrigation is practiced or near the paddy field. While most infections result in no symptoms or mild illness, a very minority of severe cases can lead to encephalitis, with potentially fatal consequences. The risk of JE varies depending on factors such as duration of stay, activities planned, and exposure to rural environments during peak transmission periods. Recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US CDC advise vaccination for travelers spending extended periods in endemic areas, particularly those engaging in outdoor activities during transmission seasons. Ultimately, the decision to get the JE vaccine should be based on individual risk assessment and discussions with a qualified travel medicine doctor to weigh the benefits, risks, and personal preferences.

The risk of dengue infection among travelers in Southeast Asia is approximately 1% per month, with the majority (more than 90%) of cases being mild and fatalities rare. Prevention involves using DEET-containing insect repellent to avoid mosquito bites, as dengue-transmitting mosquitoes are prevalent even in urban areas. While two dengue vaccines are available in Thailand, they are not recommended for travelers. If bitten, not all mosquitoes carry the virus, and symptoms may range from none to mild fever. Seeking medical attention is advised if experiencing high fever during travel. Most hospitals in Thailand and Southeast Asia can manage dengue cases, though severe cases may require referral to higher-level care. Despite the risk, travelers should understand and manage risks appropriately, acknowledging that risks exist in various aspects of travel beyond disease transmission.

If bitten or scratched by a dog, cat, or monkey while travelling, immediate action is crucial due to the risk of rabies. Cleaning the wound promptly with antiseptic or soap and water minimizes this risk. The severity of exposure determines the necessary treatment, which is categorized by the World Health Organization into three levels.


Type of contact

Post-exposure treatment


Touching or feeding animals, licks on intact skin

No vaccine is needed if history is reliable


Nibbling of uncovered skin, minor scratches or abrasions without bleeding

Immediate rabies vaccination


Single or multiple transdermal bites or scratches, licks on broken skin; contamination of mucous membrane with saliva from licks, contacts with bats.

Immediate vaccination and administration of rabies immunoglobulin

Express Check-In

Our express check-in service allows you to breeze through the vaccination process, minimizing wait times and getting you to your appointment swiftly. Say goodbye to long queues and hello to a streamlined check-in experience designed with your safety and convenience in mind.

Streamlined Appointments

With our streamlined appointment system, scheduling your vaccination has never been easier. Book your appointment whether it's early morning or late evening, our flexible system adapts to your time, ensuring that getting vaccinated fits seamlessly into your busy life.

Real-Time Availability

Get real-time updates on the availability of vaccines, their brand and latest vaccine batches to stay up-to-date on your vaccination journey. You can confidently secure your slot and never miss an opportunity to protect yourself and your loved ones with our real time updates.


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