Effects of Medical Tourism in Thailand
What are the risks of Medical Tourism?
- Patients who travel abroad for medical treatment risk returning with complications or infections that require costly treatment, costly both on a personal and societal level.
- If you don’t know the language of the other country, You may not be able to communicate your health issues or ask for help if something goes wrong, even with the help of an interpreter, So it’s a higher risk.
- Infections may occur for several reasons, including unsanitary practices and facilities or the equipment used during surgeries may not be sterile.
- What are advantages and disadvantages of going abroad?
- What are risks you may face?
- Where are the accredited hospitals?
- What are procedures and law regulations belong to the country?
- What if there are complications?
Excellent Quality of Medical Care
Our Partners are top medical services providers that have accredited themselves with global organizations that uphold the standards of quality and services of the medical world. These include JCI, JCAHO and ISO.
No Wait Listing
With many competitive facilities, wait listing is not a big ordeal, we provide services that exempts you from this process.
Five Star Facilities
We offer you luxurious accommodations that are spacious and suited to your needs while having access to 24/7 medical care, also being equipped with the latest technological advancements.
Opportunity to Travel
Affordable surgery and treatment might be the main reason for travel but the chance to visit exotic locations can also be a motivator. A relaxing resort could possibly be your place of recovery.
Because of economic value, the same high quality of service that can be found in other leading countries around the world can also be experienced in our destinations for a fraction of the price.