Can recommend Hue Central Hospital. all Vietnamese people I asked suggested this place.
Doctor's surgeries are not to be seen in Hue. The one I came across turned out to be a Ear-Nose-Throat specialist, and patients had to write their name and phone number on a list outside his office and visit after 5pm.
Hue Central Hospital is very large, after explaining my problem, they took me to the correct wing in something like an electric golf buggy specially built for transporting the patient. It took 3-4 minutes so you can imagine how large the hospital must be.
The wing was called: International Pavilion. There I filled a small form, describing the problem. Mine was sleeping throughout the night, happen to wake at 4am every morning (on the dot). This lasted for over two weeks, so I decided to get help.
After registering, staff took me to the consultant's room, after explaining the problem in detail, he clearly explained the course of action. First, he prescribed two tablets, Melatonin (Hadicobal Mecobalamin) and Magnesi-B6. To see if it works, otherwise he would have to do blood tests etc.
I took the tablets the same night, and it worked straightaway. Had 6 hours sleep that night, which was a welcome relief.
It took about 1 hour of my schedule (consultation lasting about 30 mins). The cost was 30 USD (630,000 Dong).
I thought I'd share this experience with the expat community, as I could not find any other reports for Expat Health (medical) needs in Hue.
The contact details of Hue Central Hospital:
Address: 16 Lê Lợi – Huế.
Telephone: 054 3822325
(although English appears as an Option - website in Vietnamese Only)
International Pavilion contact:
Address: 3 Ngô Quyền, Huế
Tel: 054 389 0888
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Inte … 5400562954
(facebook page has a map)