Major towns and cities in Tibet Autonomous Region have hospitals with basic facilities, but they are not of high standard. The medical and sanitary conditions of most hospitals are not satisfactory. With continuous development, the medical condition in Tibet has been getting close to that of other places in China. In an emergency, they can provide basic medical treatments and save a life when necessary. Western pharmaceutical treatment, Tibetan herbal remedies and Chinese herbal remedies are accessible. Therefore, you do not have to worry that you could not find a hospital for emergency in case you have high altitude sickness or a bad cold when travelling in Tibet. Keep reading to get to know where you can find a Tibetan hospital.
With the social and economic development in Tibet, the growth in people’s demands for health and the carrying out of national aid to Tibet in public health, the progress of medical treatment and public health in the whole Tibet showed unprecedented momentum of development.
If you experienced serious high altitude sickness, or a bad cold or you need to have rabies vaccine when travelling in Tibet, you could reach the following hospitals for treatment as soon as possible.
People's Hospital of the Tibet Autonomous Region is the largest Grade III Level A hospital in Tibet Autonomous Region. It is located in No. 18 North Linkuo Road, Lhasa. If you are seeking treatment for mountain sickness, please go to the Emergency Centre in the neighboring building. There are doctors speaking English. If you could not find them, please go to the inquiry and ask them if you could make a call on their beeper. You could be hospitalized here if necessary. (Open 24 hours; Tel: 86-891-6322200 (emergency department), 86-891-6322177)
Tibet Autonomous Region Hospital of Tibetan Medicine is the first Tibetan medicine hospital in Lhasa. Its predecessor is the Men Tsi Khang first established in 1916. It is located in No. 26 Niangre Road, Lhasa (opposite to Barkhor Square). The staff here are very friendly and some of the doctors could speak English. (Opening hours: 10：00-13：00, Monday to Saturday; Tel: 86-891-6324211 (emergency department)，86-891-6323244)
Lhasa Emergency Centre is the largest comprehensive emergency centre in Tibet. It is located next to People's Hospital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. There are doctors speaking English. Their service could be accessed by 120 emergency call.
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Hello I am planning a trip to Katmandu and on to Lhasa and Mt. Kalias. I am pilgrim. Let me know costs and details I intend to fly or go overload from Katmandu Lhasa etc. Thx.
Dear Mr. To***,
Thanks very much for your inquiry. Travelling to Tibet from Nepal, you need to apply for Chinese Group Visa in Kathmandu. Firstly, we'll apply for visa invitation letter with copy of your passport. Next, we'll send visa invitation letter to you and our partner in Kathmandu. When you arrive in Kathmandu, you need to meet with our partner and give them your original passport, then they will go to Chinese embassy and apply for Chinese Group Visa for you. When you board plane from Kathmandu to Lhasa, they'll only check your passport and Chinese Group Visa. Apart from Chinese Group Visa, you also need Tibet Permit, we'lll apply for Tibet Permit for you in Lhasa, and our guide will pick you up at Lhasa airport with your permit. I will send detailed itinerary to your email, please check it. Thanks & Regards
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