Medical Tourism Package in India
For the many Westerners who are denied access to medical care in their homelands due to paucity of resources, a medical vacation in India is just what the doctor ordered. The high standards of medical attention, state of the art equipment, and trained staff ensure that the quality of healthcare in India is on par with those found in Western countries. In fact if it wasn’t for the tiny idol of Ganesha in the lobby, you would probably not believe you were in an Indian super specialty hospital. While some procedures cost just half of what they would in the USA or UK, others may save you as much as 60% of the cost.
Indian Medical Vacations
When you compare the prices of medical procedures in Indian hospitals with those back home, the rates offered by Indian medical tourism packages are far more economical in each case. For instance, a knee replacement surgery in the UK costs around 10,000 pounds. The same procedure in a New Delhi hospital would cost 4,900 pounds, including airfare and hotel accommodation. Plus, you’ll be able to indulge in indigenous alternative therapies like Ayurveda and naturopathy. All these factors make an Indian medical vacation an excellent deal whichever way you look at it.
Health Tourism and Short Term Care Facilities
Since there are no lengthy wait lists for medical procedures, health tourism in India for the most part, involves short term care facilities. The patient descends on an Indian city, is wheeled into the operation theater the next day, and in all probability will be able to get on the next flight back home in a matter of days. Needless to say, the recuperation period will depend on the gravity of the condition and the nature of the operation. But the fact remains that most of the procedures can be carried out without any delays, and the patient’s hospital stay is reduced to the least possible time. This however doesn’t mean that patients who opt for a health tourism stint in India can avail of only short term care facilities. If a medical procedure requires the patient to stay for a longer period, that too can be arranged.