WHY INDIA

Ranked No. 2 in medical tourism industry

  • Surgeons working for us are highly experienced in their fields. The network of hospitals that we operate in are accredited by JCI and NABH . mostly all of them are ISO certified.
  • NO waiting period.
  • REDUCED COSTS: Most estimates claim treatment costs in India start at around a tenth of the price of comparable treatment in America or Britain.
  • Minimal communication troubles as the doctors we work with and staff at the hospital under our network can speak English well.
  • Leisure tourism is already very much in demand in India as the country offers diverse cultural and scenic beauty. India has almost all sort of destinations like high mountains, vast deserts, scenic beaches, historical monuments, and religious temples etc, known for its hospitality

1.World-class treatment at competitive price:

India offers world-class healthcare that costs substantially less than those in developed countries, using the same technology delivered by competent specialists and attaining comparable success rates.

2. Availability of skills, knowledge and resources:

Indian medical education turns around 30000 doctors and nurses every year adding to the existing pool of over 14 lakh doctors and nurses. About a dozen corporate hospitals provide world class treatments across all specialties. Availability of over 15,000 hospitals and 870,000 hospital beds provides adequate infrastructure support to the healthcare tourists.

3. Strong reputation in the advanced healthcare segment:

India have a lot of hospitals offering world class treatments in nearly every medical  sector such as are neurology, neurosurgery cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, joint replacement, orthopedic surgery,  gastroenterology, ophthalmology, transplants and urology to name a few. The various specialties covered, oncology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, endocrinology, ENT, pediatric surgery, pediatric neurology, urology, nephrology, dermatology, dentistry, plastic surgery, gynecology, pulmonology, psychiatry, general medicine & general surgery.

4. Indianism:

With ayurveda becoming increasingly popular across the globe, this ancient Indian therapy can be used as a non-surgical treatment for various ailments along with medication and yoga. This will give help of indianism to the Indian healthcare tourism offerings.

5. The diversity of tourist destinations availability:

Leisure tourism is already very much in demand in India as the country offers diverse cultural and scenic beauty. India has almost all sort of destinations like high mountains, vast deserts, scenic beaches, historical monuments, and religious temples etc, known for its hospitality

 




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