India is the leading country promoting medical tourism in the world. It is even moving into a new area of “medical outsourcing” where subcontractors aim to provide services to the overburdened medical care systems in western countries. While a heart surgery costs $30,000 in the US, it costs $6,000 in India. Similarly, a bone marrow transplant costs $26,000 here compared to $250,000 in the US. You can add to this that Indian doctors are among the best in the world .The various facilities in India include full body pathology, comprehensive physical and gynecological examinations, dental checkup, eye checkup, diet consultation, audiometry, spirometry, stress & lifestyle management, pap smear, digital Chest X-ray, 12 lead ECG, 2D echo colour doppler, gold standard DXA bone densitometry, body fat analysis, coronary risk markers, cancer risk markers, carotid colour doppler, spiral CT scan and high strength MRI, each test being carried out by professional M.D. physicians.
There is also a huge range of services ranging from General Radiography, Ultrasonography, Mammography to high end services like Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Digital Subtraction Angiography along with intervention procedures, Nuclear Imaging. The diagnostic facilities offered in India are comprehensive to include Laboratory services, Imaging, Cardiology, Neurology and Pulmonology. The Laboratory services include biochemistry, hematology, microbiology, serology, histopathology, transfusion medicine and RIA. All medical investigations are conducted on the latest, technologically advanced diagnostic equipment.
The country offers a unique mix of indigenous systems such as yoga, ayurveda and meditation and western medicinal systems like allopathy.
Usually only costs 20-30% of US costs No waiting periods
India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, and offers a wide variety of tourist attractions of historical and cultural importance. In addition, its stunning natural beauty overwhelms foreign visitors to India. It is one of those countries where you can see the best that the nature offers, snow-capped mountains, deserts, sea beaches, and jungles.
There will be times when the patient will not be able to accompany the relatives for sightseeing because of his medical condition, then in such cases, during the time of rehabilitation or recuperation, the relatives or the attendants can plan a short trip to nearby exotic places.
Also most of the times, the patient post his medical procedure can accompany to places where he also gets a lot of help in rehabilitation and rejuvenation such as dedicated spa resorts.
To help our patients and their attendants explore all this, we've tied up with leading travel operators in various parts of India. Based on their wishes, we plan a holiday package that fits their budgets, and provide them with our valuable advice.