Best Medical Tourism Company in India

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  • We will assist you choose the best Treatment/Doctor in India.
  • Free Assistance in obtaining Medical Visa
  • Airport Pickup & Drop in India
  • Pay for only Medical Bill, not services.
  • 10% cashback on Total Medical Bill.
  • Assistance for claiming your insurance.

Free Quotes From 20+ Hospitals/ Doctors in India








Free Quotes From 20+ Hospitals/ Doctors in India








FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Tourism for the purpose of Medical Treatment is called as Medical Tourism.

  • Low Treatment cost: Foremost is the cost factor. The medical costs in India are one-tenth of the costs in western countries. For instance, a heart surgery costs $6,000 in India as against $30,000 in the US. Similarly, a bone marrow transplant costs $26,000 in India as compared to $ 2,50,000 in the US.
  • Immediate attention, no queue: Foreign patients throng Indian hospitals to pass up the long waiting lists and queues in their native countries. Indian hospitals provide immediate attention to patients rather than asking them to wait for several months like in most western countries. Further, foreign patients need not tackle insurance and national medical systems in India as they have to in their native lands.
  • Wide range of Healthcare services: India offers the best treatments in modern medicine and in every medical division such as cardiology, orthopedic surgery, eye care, gynecology, cosmetic surgery and dental surgery. It also provides traditional methods of treatment such as Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Yoga.
  • Internationally recognized medical doctors: India’s private hospitals have gained international recognition for their state-of-the-art facilities and diagnostic centers besides unsurpassed skills. Their technology and procedures are on par with hospitals in developed nations.
  • Affordable package deals: Foreign patients can get package deals including flights, transfers, hotels, treatment and postoperative vacation for their medical visits to India.
  • Treatment with relaxation: Many foreign patients prefer to combine their leisure and relaxation visits to India wit healthcare.
  • Government support: The Government of India has declared that treating of foreign patients is legal. It is encouraging medical tourism in the country by offering tax breaks and export incentives to participating hospitals. In addition, the Government has cleared medical visas.

Following Procedure is followed for Medical Tourism in India:-

  1. Identify the Hospital:- Patient from other countries need to identify the hospital in which they are going to take the treatment.
  2. Send Medical Records:- Second step is to send the medical reports to the hospital to identify the disease and the treatment required for the disease.
  3. Application for Medical Visa:- The Patient needs to apply for the medical visa using an invitation letter which is provided by the Hospital.
  4. Travel Arrangements:- Once the patient receives the medical visa & appointment dates from the hospital, he needs to arrange the flight tickets, local travel & hotel stay.
  5. Treatment:- After meeting the doctor, the patient takes the treatment in India

To help make this process simple & smooth, medical tourism companies comes into play. It is advisable to always take help from a good Medical Tourism Company in India to help you in Medical Tourism in India.

Everything in this world has two aspects and so does medical tourism. However easy and economical it may sound, but there is always some risk associated with it. The risks vary from country to country and the methods of treatment they have adopted, but some risks are general that are to be kept in mind before taking up of medical tourism.

  • Communication is a major problem. If you are getting treated at a facility, and you are incapable of speaking the native language fluently, misunderstandings may occur in communicating the problems you are facing. You may be wrongly diagnosed or not get diagnosed at all.
  • Some countries provide poor medical treatment at high prices. So it is important to do thorough research before you select a country for its medical benefits.
  • Antibiotic resistance is a global problem, and resistant bacteria may be more common in other countries than the country you are living in.
  • Traveling after surgery can increase the risk for blood clots and it may be hindering your coping mechanisms.
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