FAQ: International Patient
How can international patients seek medical treatment at Lee Women's Hospital?
Foreign patients with Taiwan national health insurance can register at the general outpatient department using their health insurance ID. Those without Taiwan national health insurance can register through the International Affairs Department. For foreign patients holding non-Taiwanese passports who wish to make an appointment, please contact our International Affairs Department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the difference between the International Special Clinic and the general outpatient clinic?
The International Special Clinic is managed by international coordinators and provides services such as medical visa application, pre-treatment cost consultation, guidance on the medical process, appointment scheduling, pre-arrival treatment planning, accommodation information, transportation information, and tourism information. Bilingual services are provided throughout the entire process, catering to foreign nationals and overseas Chinese who specifically travel from abroad for medical treatment at our hospital. This service aims to assist foreign nationals who are unfamiliar with the medical environment and procedures in Taiwan, providing convenient medical services.
Who is eligible to use the International Special Clinic?
Foreign nationals holding non-Taiwanese passports and without Taiwanese health insurance.
How can I make an appointment at the International Special Clinic?
Reservation hotline: +886-4-22347057, extension 1324
For patients from other countries: email@example.com
For patients from Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, and Malaysia: firstname.lastname@example.org
For patients from mainland China: WeChat ivftaiwan
What payment methods are available for International Special services?
Currently, credit card payment is not available. Cash payments in US dollars or Taiwanese dollars are preferred. You can bring US dollars when entering Taiwan or withdraw cash from ATMs in Taiwan (cross-border ATM service activation is required). Alternatively, patients can wire the medical fees to the provided US dollar or Taiwanese dollar account before coming to Taiwan and provide the remittance receipt for accounting purposes.