สถานที่ตรวจร่างกาย และ Police Check ของการทำวีซ่าประเทศออสเตรเลีย
2 Soi Soon Vichai 7
New Phetchburi Road – 10310
Telephone 02 310 3000
Dr Jantana Pongsanguansin
Dr Kanwar Singh
Dr Sumalee Kewcharoen
Dr Tanat Phaisakamas
Dr Sumitra Werawatganon
Dr Paiboon Siripongwishet
Bangkok Nursing Home (BNH) Hospital9/1 Convent Road
Telephone 02 686 2700
0 2 234 7950 (7951, 7952, 7953, 7954, 7955)
Dr Charan Malhotra
Dr Kessanee Oransatheinrakul
Dr Jittima Thamarpirat
Dr Mark Sundrakes
Dr Olga Gorbacheva
Dr Kitti Likhitwannawut
Dr Naing Zaw Htun Myint
Dr Somruetai Katekamon
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Chiangmai Ram Hospital
Medical and Radiology examinations
8 Boonruangrit Road
+66 53 920 300
+66 53 224 880
Dr Dolrithai Rabin
Dr Chaiyasri Assanasen
Dr Pimpun Chomcherngpat
Bangkok Hospital Phuket
2/1 Hongyok –utis Road
+66 76 25 4421
Dr Somsak Thiplueporn
Aek Udon International Hospital
555/5 Posri Road
+66 42 342 555
Dr Pinij Vechapanich
Dr Akom Prommahachai
Dr Paradee Sa-nguandeekul
Dr Akkararat Sartsungnern
Police Clearance Service Centre
1st Floor (Building 24)
Royal Thai Police Headquarters
Monday to Friday from 08:00–16:30 hours (no lunch break).
The centre is closed on public holidays.
Residents and non-residents: Apply in person or by post to the address above.
- your passport and Thai ID card
- household registration
- any evidence of name changes
- marriage certificate or divorce certificate (if available)
- evidence of military service (such as Sor Dor 9, Sor Dor 8 or Sor Dor 48)
- the agreement from your employer (if you are travelling to work in Australia), and
- a written request for the certificate from the Department office processing your application.
Non-resident citizens will need to provide the above documents and two full sets of fingerprints and two photographs (1 or 2 inch size).
All copies of documents must be certified.
Processing time: approximately seven working days.
- your passport and a copy of your passport
- document (s) certifying you are working, were working are or living in Thailand
- a Thai work permit (if available)
- two photographs (1 or 2 inch size), and
- two full sets of fingerprints.
- All copies of documents must be certified.
Fingerprints must be taken at a local police station or Thai consulate or embassy in your country of residence.
In Australia you may need to contact the relevant state police authority or the Australian Federal Police to obtain fingerprints as local police stations may not be able to provide inked copies.
Non-residents: If you require the certificate to be returned by post, please include a self addressed envelope with the postage fee (equivalent to five international postage vouchers which can be purchased at the local office).
Note: we recommend you check the website of your nearest Thai embassy or consulate as requirements for obtaining Thai police certificates may vary between countries.