Vijaya Medical Tourism
India as a Medical Tourism DestinationIndia is considered the leading country promoting medical tourism-and now it is moving into a new area of “medical outsourcing,” where subcontractors provide services to the overburdened medical care systems in western countries. Among modern India’s achievements is its really significant contribution to global healthcare delivery. It is now highly regarded worldwide as a quality provider of medical talent and healthcare delivery.
The combination of high quality, world-class, affordable surgery costs and Healthcare Services is attracting a regular stream of foreign patients to India in 2003; as many as 150,000 medical tourists came to India. The figure is growing at 20% year on year. According to a CII-McKinsey Study, Medical Tourism alone can contribute the additional US $2.2 billion in revenue to Indian Hospitals by 2012.
The following factors make India a preferred destination for Medical Tourism:
International Patient Services
Vijaya recognizes that International Patients have special needs and requirements. In order to provide a highly specialized service, Vijaya offers seamless patient services of world-class quality. From the warmth of our greeting at the airport, to your registration and discharge, we have created an unparalleled service in our Vijaya International Patient Service Centre Chennai.
As part of our International Patients Services, we provide the following:
Once decided about visiting our Hospital for Treatment, we would require the following details in order to make arrangements for airport pick up:
On arrival, you will be received by our representative and taken to our Hospital or Hotel as per the treatment advice communicated via email/fax/telephone.
Note: Ambulance arrangements can also be made for patients requiring assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions
We also help with foreign currency exchange.
You can have a follow-up with your doctor at your country.
You can communicate with us via email for any information or clarification.
Carry any other valid identity proof while travelling.
Credit cards / debit cards /traveler’s cheque, local currency.
Medical records (like X-rays, MRI, Scans etc), details including health history, prescriptions etc. Carry photographs and print-out of email correspondence if any.
Contact for details relating to Medical Tourism:
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