What should I bring with me for my medical treatment?
There is no one single answer to that question. We suggest that you talk to your treating physician and the hospital that will be providing the treatment. They’ll tell you exactly what you need to bring with. This can include full medical notes, current treatment regimes, current medications, allergies, previous medical history and more. You may also be asked to take tests.
Will the staff speak my language?
A good medical center will ensure that the people treating you and dealing with you will speak your language so that they can explain and answer all your questions. Some hospitals provide a ‘patient liaison agent’ who is responsible for your stay and will make sure that there are no language barriers.
Will I have a private room?
Yes, of course.
How will I get from the airport to the hospital?
That will depend on a number of things. If you are arriving before your hospitalization date, you can get a taxi from the airport to your hotel. If you are not mobile or need assistance, we recommend that you arrange appropriate transport in advance. Your hospital will be able to advise you on this.
Will my discharge notes be in my language?
Yes they will. You’ll get complete set of case notes and suggested after care treatment regimes in your own language.