Tourism statistics – top destinations

Data extracted in July 2016. Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Main tables and Database. Planned article update: July 2017. This article is part of the Eurostat online publication Tourism trips of Europeans. providing recent statistics on tourism demand in the European Union (EU) and EFTA countries.

Free Health Care

All the citizens of Maltese can avail health services free of cost, at the point of delivery. Malta is one of the few countries where the health care cost has traditionally been footed by the state. The government funds the health services through taxation. Citizens of Malta are have no obligation to purchase health insurance, … Continue reading Free Health Care


Rajasthan Jharkhand Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur Tinplate Hospital, Jamshedpur RIMS(Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences), Ranchi CCL Hospital, Gandhi Nagar, Ranchi ARA Memorial Weaver's Hospital (Apollo Hospitals Group), Irba, Ranchi PMCH-Patliputra Medical College and Hospital, Dhanbad Andhra Pradesh • Aditya Hospitals • Apollo DRDO Hospital (Kanchanbagh) • Apollo Emergency Hospital (Hyderguda) Punjab Christian Medical College & … Continue reading Statewise

Additional Risks

In addition to the ethical controversies behind medical tourism, there are several physical risks to looking for international procedures. Uncertified practitioners may expose their patients to diseases such as HIV, tuberculosis and typhoid and even clean facilities can leave foreign patients with diseases that are normally overlooked if locals have developed immunities. Following the procedure, … Continue reading Additional Risks

Event Description

The World Medical Tourism Conference India sees the entry of the largest medical tourism event organizer in the world – WMTC into the Indian market in partnership with The Times Group India’s leading media group. The objective is to further leverage on India’s capabilities in the medical sector backed by a strong value proposition. This … Continue reading Event Description

Travel by car

If you're within 400 miles, traveling by car is probably the easiest and most cost-effective way to get here. By making the trip with a companion, it is possible to drive home directly after surgery. In fact, most of our patients who are within six to eight hours away will do just that. The advantage … Continue reading Travel by car

6. Malaysia

Malaysia also gives a neck to neck competition to countries like Thailand and Singapore when it comes to medical facilities, skill and costs. They have world famous special burn treatment centers with “well-man” and “well-woman” packages like extensive, low-cost physicals and tests promoting preventive care. Package tests like blood work, bone density scan, chest X-ray … Continue reading 6. Malaysia