German Help Association donates B100,000 to Vachira Hospital Phuket

PUBLISHED ON SUN, SEP 10, 2017 3:55 AM

German Help Association donates B100,000 to Vachira Hospital Phuket 

Shela Riva

 

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From left: Vachira Hospital Director Dr Chalermpong, DHV Chairman of the Board Dr Chumpol, Vachira Deputy Director Dr Weerasak, DHV member and German honorary consul Ms Höchstetter. Photo: Shela Riva.
 

PHUKET: The German Help Association (DHV) presented a cheque for B100,000 to Vachira Phuket Hospital yesterday afternoon (Sept 8) as a show of appreciation for hospital’s support and care of German tourists who have been unable to pay their hospital fees over the years.

 

“This is to show our appreciation for the work Vachira Hospital has done and the help they give us with Germans who have problems with insurance and need to go home, and who end up here in hospital,” said DHV member and Honorary consul of the Federal Republic of Germany Ms Anette Jimenez Höchstetter yesterday.

 

The German Help association (DHV) assists primarily persons of German nationality who face problems while staying in Thailand, it aim to help individuals solve their problems and prevent the re-occurence of similar problems.


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