Top 5 Leading Hospitals for Medical Tourists

Medical Tourism has been growing massively for the past several years. More and more people are seeking medical treatments outside their home country because of cheaper costs or for higher quality of care. Usually, these medical tourists travel to obtain surgeries, transplants, fertility treatments and more.

Medical tourism has  been on trend, with countries in Asia, Europe and South America leading on the list.

In this article, we will talk about 5 of the leading hospitals for medical tourists according to the Medical Travel Quality Alliance.

1. Prince Court Medical Centre, Malaysia

For 2 years already, this 277-bed private healthcare facility in Kuala Lumpur, has been in the Number 1 spot on the World’s Best Hospitals list. The hospital boasts its world-class facilities, innovative technology and excellent customer service to provide patients a comprehensive medical care to the highest international standards.

Not only does it provide the best surgery and medical treatments, it also gives medical tourists a high level of comfort and assistance during their stay. You can easily have the Concierge arrange for an airport pick up, admissions, visa extensions and even shopping and sightseeing visits in the city.

Their rooms are very luxurious with free Wi-Fi, room service and a view of the world-famous landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers.

2. Asklepios Klinik Barmbek, Germany

This specialist care hospital in Germany offers a broad spectrum of conservative and surgical treatment. The hospital focuses on treating complex conditions especially in the area of oncology and visceral medicine.

For cancer treatments, the hospital offers a complete range of treatment options, as well as diagnostic, therapeutic and after-care process – everything under one roof.

3. Fortis Hospital Bangalore, India

The Fortis Healthcare is the leading integrated healthcare delivery service in India. The hospital was designed in consultation with the Harvard Medical International and works with selected healthcare providers all over the world. The hospital specializes in cardiovascular surgery, cardiology, orthopedics, neurosciences, minimal access surgery, and women’s and children’s services. This is the second Asian country on the list and ranks third all over the world.

4. Anadolu Medical Centre, Turkey

Operating since 2005, the Anadolu Medical Centre is a pioneer institution and is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine. It’s known for being a leader in the field of Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation. It also offer excellent services like radiation treatment with Cyberknife (the latest radiosurgery technology that is only available in 5 centers in Europe), Cardiac Care, Neurological Sciences, IVF, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery and a lot more.

The Centre also provides Medical Second Opinion Program, Diagnosis Confirmation Program, and Telemedicine Program for international clients where you can send out your medical data by email, fax or regular mail and be reviewed by the AMC physicians. After that, you will receive a treatment plan and cost estimations within 2-3 days depending on your case.

It’s really a great place for medical tourism because it even has an on-campus guest house, the Anadolu Titanic Comfort Hotel for patients and their families.

5. Wooridul Spine Hospital, Korea

Located in Korea, the hospital is one of the world’s leading spine-specialized treatment facilities and the world’s largest spine & joint specialized hospital. It provides patients with different services ranging from spine surgeries, spinal medicine, orthopedic and rehabilitation.

They follow a minimally invasive surgery and technique (MIST) that has the least possible destruction of healthy tissues and an endoscopic surgery method that has minimal skin laceration. This Seoul-based facility has the latest high-tech equipment for treating Spinal Cancer and Arthritis.

About Toni Marie

Toni is Senior Editor for BabyBoomerTalkBlog, as well as a contributing author. In addition to writing about the Baby Boomer generation, she also likes to write about relationships and health. She is also the primary caregiver for her mother.

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