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The health care system in Mongolia has been develop during the communism time. Typical of most of the ex-soviet states, and has been deteriorated once Russian administration and funding was removed.With the arrival of foreigner and investment in Mongolia several clinic and private hospital opened. Most of them are equiped with good and new medical equipment. No specific requirements are stated for Mongolia by the WHO, currently.
However, all visitors should ensure that they see their doctors before their Mongolia tours, and come to Mongolia with suitable medical insurance, and sufficient medical supply if they are intaking any. And there are no immunisations required for entry into Mongolia, apart from rabies if you love petting dogs. For any emergency numerous good hospitals are available in the capital and other major provincial centers such as the South Gobi etc. Selena Travel is cooperating with S.O.S Medica for any case of emergency. 

In most of the private hospital you will have some doctor who speak english maybe studied abroad too. Doctor has usually a different view of sickness and health here depending where they studied in Mongolia or abroad. Psychology and sociology work with patient is not current here. You may have to ask to get explanation and information as well as a better understanding.
Vaccinations may be required for Mongolia. Please consult your doctor or a travel health specialist. The choice of vaccinations can depend on a range of issues including the specific destination, the duration of the trip, your personal health and of course what vaccines you have had before.            
Routine Background Vaccines: We strongly endorse current public health recommendations that all travelers should be up-to-date with their routine vaccines such as tetanus – diphtheria, measles/mumps/rubella, polio and influenza, and pediatric vaccinations for children.         
Travel Vaccinations: While the food and water-borne diseases such as hepatitis A and typhoid will apply to most of our travelers, other travel vaccines such as hepatitis B, rabies, meningitis, Japanese encephalitis and cholera may apply to select travelers, especially long-term travel. Travel health experts can advise on what is required and also what is not required!   
Hepatitis A
Recommended for all travelers
Recommended for all travelers
Japanese encephalitis
For travelers who may spend a month or more in rural areas and for short-term travelers who may spend substantial time outdoors in rural areas, especially after dusk
Hepatitis B
Recommended for all travelers
Recommended for longer visits, especially if prolonged contact with the populace is likely
For travelers spending a lot of time outdoors, or at high risk for animal bites, or involved in any activities that might bring them into direct contact with bats
Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR)
Two doses recommended for all travelers born after 1956, if not previously given
Revaccination recommended every 10 years
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Medical Kit: It is a good idea to take a small medical kit with you, and you should consider packing the following items:
            - Antibiotics
            - Lip-balm
            - Moisturizer
            - Sunscreen
            - Headache tablets
            - Antiseptic (e.g. Betadine)
            - Anti-diarrhea tablets (for changes in diet and water)
            - Laxatives
            - Band-aids/moleskin/dressing strips for blisters, small scissors/tweezers
Note that moleskin is particularly good for blisters and can be obtained from any pharmacy. It is also recommended to carry a letter from your doctor explaining any less common prescribed medications that you may be carrying. 
Medical Facilities Serving Foreigners in UB: You can find some brief description and contact details for hospitals & clinics or emergency evacuation info & medical.




4a Building, Big Ring Road, 15th Micro District, 7th Khoroo, Bayanzurkh District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Tel: +976-11-464325/6/7 
Fax: +976-11-454537
+976-9191-3122 /After Hours Emergency/
This is the most modern medical facility in Mongolia, equivalent to a U.S. general practice with all English-speaking staff. Appointments can be made.  It has X-ray, ultrasound device and general lab facilities on site.  Membership-based facility; non-members will be treated, but must pay US$90 to local doctors and US$195 to International doctors for a basic examinations and additional fees for medicine and other treatment. Can refer patients to specialists and other facilities if necessary.  SOS Medica is a clinic, not a hospital. No major surgical operations can be done there. They can arrange domestic or international evacuations, if required.
Cash and some credit cards accepted.

E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Information about membership: Odgerel (Ogi), Marketing Manager (fluent English speaker) 
Work hours are Monday – Friday:  9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Duty doctor, on call doctor /domestic/ 6:00 pm – 11pm


A new Korean Hospital, opened in December 2007. Doctors are Korean and Mongolian.  Modern Facilities. Medical care is available at affordable prices to the local population as well as foreigners. A doctor examination costs 6,000 T. Very well equipped laboratory. Perform Computer Tomography, X-Ray, MRI. No emergency available. Ambulance on-site. 
Ms. Hulan, Customer Relations Manager (speaks English).
Ms.Enkhjargal, Customer Relations Chief (speak English)

Tel:  +976-7012-9006
SongDo Hospital, Choidog St. – 5, 1st Microdistrict, Sukhbaatar District
Tel:   +976-7012-9000 +976-7012-9004 
Fax: +976-7011-1164
Work hours are Monday – Friday:   8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:  8:30-12:00; Website:[email protected]
Dr. Ganchuluun, Dep. Director, Phone:  +976-7015-0514 /office/ 
Head nurse of hospital: P. Togtokh
Tel:  +976-11-463849


This hospital is situated on the eastern part of UB, past the auto/hardware black market.  It has a green painted roof. The building is very old, but surprisingly clean inside.  They have 70 doctors, 94 nurses, 271 medical and technical workers. Some doctors speak English. Upon request, doctors provide anti-stress presentations, psychotherapy consultations for foreign citizens hospitalized at other hospitals. Inpatient treatment costs 18.000 T/ day. 
Bayanzurkh district, 9th microdistrict
Tel:  +976-11-458298
Fax: +976-11-458298


The Achtan Elite hospital is one of the Mongolia’s first private general hospitals. Staff includes 30 doctors, 43 nurses. The Hospital houses 300 beds. It has internal department, neurology, nephrology, traditional treatment, surgery, otolaryngology, cardiology, gynecology, gastroenterology departments, X-ray, modern laboratory. Doctor examination costs 10.000T.
Dr.Mukhar, Director

Tel:  +976-11-689625,  9908-8844 /Assistant - Oyuna/ 
Cell:   +976-9911-7736
Dr. Bolorma, Vice Director
Tel:  +976-11-680333,  + 976 - 9916-7898
Address: Behind the United Hospital No.3, Songinokhairkhan District
Work hours are Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:  10:00-14:00



24 hr phone (English)  +976-9909-4920
24 hr phone (Mongolian and English)   +976-9909-3210
Email,  [email protected]  or [email protected] 
Works in conjunction with SOS international, and several other international medical transport providers, as well as local Mongolian Medical staff in transporting Medical patients. 
Blue Sky Aviation has no Medical staff so only provide transportation but will help find medical staff to provide the medical service if requested. Can operate to any open airport in Mongolia, but requires a minimum of 3 hours notice to make a flight.


Global Rescue is an emergency services company that provides best-in-class medical, aeromedical evacuation, search and rescue and security services to company's emergency response teams are comprised of paramedics, physicians and security personnel, many of whom are veterans of elite rescue units of the U.S. Air Force. Global Rescue utilizes over 180 medically equipped aircraft in 30 countries and will fly members to the U.S. hospital of their choice in the event of an illness or injury requiring hospitalization. Website:
Ph:  (617) 459-4200;  (800) 381-9754
Fx: (617) 507-1050
Email: [email protected]
115 Broad Street STE 350 Boston, MA 02110 USA
The information is listed on the Department of State website as follows:
Boston, MA 800-381-9754 /  617-459-4200
email: [email protected]
Worldwide rescue and medical transportation to hospital of choice



Private laboratory is located at the left side of the Khan Palace Hotel
Work hours:  Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Phone:  +976-11-461197 /receptionist/ ,  +976-8811-1602/Naranbaatar-English speaker/
Dr. Oyunbat   +976-9111-9275,  +976-11-461197 
Both of the doctors have basic knowledge of English.


Purevsukh /director/  +976-9191-0810, 
Facility handles all obstetrical levels. Prenatal to neonatology rooms.  There are no private rooms to general public.  Appeared clean, very adequate by Mongolian standards.  They deliver 12,000 babies a year.
Tel:  +976-11-323283

D. DENTAL /and other/


Bayanzurkh district, 3khoroo, apt 52. All dentists are English speakers.
Work hours: Monday - Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m 
Tuesday - dayoff
Tel:   +976-9907-7376; +976-9926-2500;  +976-11-452189


Mongolian and Korean Joint dental clinic. Near Dulguun Nuur building at 100 ail district. Average cost 15.000 – 25.000 T
Tel:  +976-11-327336
Owner Mr. Amgalan, Phone:  +976-9908-2808
Work hours: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm


Opposite side of the State Pedagogical Institute. English speaking dentist is available.
Work hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m 
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tel:   +976-9916-2930 and  +976-11-331313


Prof. J Baasankhuu MD, Ph.D  Ophthalmologist. Located at Sukhbaatar district, behind the Bayangol Hotel, next to building 33. Ophthalmologists speak English. All examinations fee costs12000 tug.
Work hours: Monday - Friday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m 
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Phone:  +976-11-315409
Fax: +976-11-326973
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