India, exotic travel to significant medical cost savings

India, exotic travel to significant medical cost savingsMedical tourism in India is growing rapidly. This is not surprising given that English is spoken widely and many doctors have been trained in the US, UK or Australia. Significant investments in the medical infrastructure have been made in the past years with the Indian government giving tax incentives to hospitals for treating international patients.

WorldMed Assist only has agreements with internationally renowned hospitals. These hospitals are JCI accredited, the same accreditation that US hospital strive for, and have a partnership with a leading US hospital, which is further reassurance to you of high quality of medical care.

Treatment options include:

Please also contact us if the procedure you are interested in is not on our list.

India is the largest democracy in the world. Home to the one of the world’s oldest civilizations and a region of historic trade routes and vast empires, the Indian subcontinent was known for its commercial and cultural wealth for much of its long history. Politically controlled by the British East India Company from the early 18th century and directly administered by Great Britain starting the mid-19th century, India became a modern nation-state in 1947 after a struggle for independence marked by widespread use of nonviolent resistance as a means of social protest.

With the world’s third largest economy in purchasing power and the second fastest growing large economy, India has made rapid progress in the last decade, most notably in information technology and health care.


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