Why do people want to travel half way around the world to undergo medical procedures? The answer is simple. Affordable healthcare. Not to mention a little bit of leisure and peaceful recuperation in complete anonymity.
We at Smart Travels strive towards the highest levels of medical facilities to the optimal satisfaction of our client, we are tied up with Best doctors and hospitals in te Country.
We assure to give you a direct guidance on your health care and treatment from the best of the professionals – whom you will be looking for when you decide to travel abroad.
We’ll guide you, step-by-step, through the entire process. Within a short period of time, you’ll receive very valuable assistance from our Program Managers to help facilitate the planning of your medical retreat.
Our Specialties include the following
- Cardiology and Cardiac surgery
- Organ Transplantation
- Infertility Management – IVF Treatment
- Plastic surgery
- Dental treatment
- Neuro Surgeries
Services We Offer
- Appointment With the Doctors and Consultation
- Provisional diagnosis
- Treatment packages in advance
- Visa assistance, Insurance, Foreign Exchange etc
- Airport pick-up & drop facility
- Transport and Stay
- Hotel reservations
- Legal Issues
- Language interpreters
- 24×7 money changer facility
- Dedicated patient care
- Ambulance facility
- Nursing Staff
- Follow up both back home and at the place of surgery.
Medical tourism is a fairly new term used to describe an amazing amount of people globally that travel world-wide for health care. Why these people travel and for what differs, but basically there are two types of medical tourists – the regular tourist that adds a visit to the doctor for some minor treatment, as part of his or her holiday, and the tourist travelling primarily for medical treatment.
Advantages for medical treatment in India include reduced costs, the availability of latest medical technologies, and a growing compliance on international quality standards, as well as the fact that foreigners are less likely to face a language barrier in India. The Indian government is taking steps to address infrastructure issues that hinder the country’s growth in medical tourism. The government has removed visa restrictions on tourist visas that required a two-month gap between consecutive visits for people from Gulf countries which is likely to boost medical tourism. A visa-on-arrival scheme for tourists from select countries has been instituted which allows foreign nationals to stay in India for 30 days for medical reasons. In Noida, which is fast emerging as a hotspot for medical tourism, a number of hospitals have hired language translators to make patients from Balkan and African countries feel more comfortable while at the same time helping in the facilitation of their treatment.
Medical tourism in India has emerged as the fastest mounting segment of tourism industry in spite of the global economic recession. Elevated cost of treatments in the developed countries, particularly the USA and UK, has been forcing patients from such regions to look for alternative and cost-effective destinations to get their treatments complete. The Indian medical tourism industry is currently at a budding stage, but has a massive potential for future development and progress.
As per our new-fangled market research report “Booming Medical Tourism in India”, An estimated 150,000 of these travel to India for low-priced healthcare procedures every year. India’s medical tourism sector is expected to experience an annual growth rate of 30%, making it a $2 billion industry by 2015
India represents the most prospective medical tourism market in the world. Factors such as low cost, scale and range of treatments provided by India differentiate it from other medical tourism destinations. Furthermore, the growth in India’s medical tourism market will be a boon for several associated industries, including hospital industry, medical equipments industry and pharmaceutical industry.