Why India?

Why to come India?

India has always been known for its hospitality and progress in the field of technology & medical science.
What better than to get your ailments cured under the guidance of top-notch doctors at world-class centers in India itself. And that too if it comes at almost 85% of the cost.

Why India for medical treatment?

  • 27 JCI and 347 NABH accredited hospital in India.
  • India is a global premier health destination ranks among top 2 medical tourism hub in Asia Pacific.
  • In India 85-90% cost savings as compared with treatments cost in western countries.
  • 99% success rate for all surgeries in India because of qualified doctors.
  • Connectivity to India from different country is frequent.
  • Almost 87% of foreign patients rated Indian medical treatment as excellent.

World Class Quality Healthcare

Over the years, India has grown to become a top-notch destination for medical value travel because it scores high over a range of factors that determines the overall quality of care. Imagine a complex surgical procedure being done in a world class global hospital by acclaimed medical specialists at a fifth to tenth of what it normally takes! That’s India.

Mainly Focus on quality of therapy, treatment options, simple procedure infrastructure, skilled & qualifieddoctors to perform any medical procedure with 99% success ratio and zero waiting time, the list of benefits of travelling for medical treatment in India are many.

The high-end healthcare system in India is as good as the best in the world. India maintains not only a robust accreditation system but also a large number of accredited facilities (about 347 such facilities that match any global infrastructure). India has a good number (27) of JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited hospitals and compares well with other countries in Asia. These set of approved hospitals in India can provide care at par or above global standards.

Low Cost Treatment

Low cost is one of the most significant factor that drives people from around the world to India.

Quality of care is what attracts people. However, quality services should not be beyond the affordability of the patient who requires it. If quality comes at an affordable cost it is an unbeatable advantage. This confluence of highest quality and cost advantage is unique for India.

Zero Waiting Periods

Quick and immediate attention for surgeries and all interventions are assured in India. Getting an appointment for bypass surgery or a planned angioplasty in certain countries takes almost 3-6 months. Whereas in India the waiting time is almost negligible, this is because of the excellent healthcare infrastructure present.

Certain countries these treatments are very costly too. It’s zero waiting time in India for any procedure, it may be heart surgery, kidney care, cancer treatment, neuro-spinal procedure, knee/hip/joint replacements, dental, cosmetic surgeries, weight loss surgery etc.

World Class Frontier Technology

Cutting edge technology to support medical diagnostics and medical procedures are employed by specialists in medical facilities.
All recognized hospitals have invested a lot in supportive technology and operative techniques. Complicated heart surgeries, cancer care and surgeries, even general surgeries require high-end technology to continually better outcomes, minimize complications, enable faster recovery and reduce length of hospital stay. The recent advancements in robotic surgeries, radiation surgery or radio therapies with cyber knife stereotactic options, IMRT/IGRT, transplant support systems, advanced neuro and spinal options are all available in India.
India’s medical management and acclaimed specialists are quite comfortable in challenging themselves to new frontiers to provide solutions, always building on their expertise.

Qualified & Expert Doctors

India has not only hospitals with world-class facilities but skilled world-class doctors and medical personnel too. The country has the largest pool of doctors and paramedics in South Asia (1.2 million Allopathic doctors. 0.17 million dental surgeons, 2 million nurses). Many of them have established their credentials as leaders around the world.
India’s medical history spans thousands of years through Ayurveda and alternate medicine forms. There are about 0.8 million formally trained Ayurveda doctors. With a large number of doctors, there is a high level of competency and capability in adoption of newer technologies and innovation and fresh treatment methods. It is a wonderful example of higher quantity leading to higher quality and vice versa. Communicate, talk to the doctors in the accredited facilities prior to your visit and they will study your needs and customize the treatment for you!

Best In-class Infrastructure

Hospital in India are not only the most efficient technologically nut also best in class. India has 27 JCI accredited hospitals and 347 NABH hospitals which are the most respected accreditation across globe.
NABH is the abbreviation for National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers.
It is a body which operates accreditation and allied programs on patient safety and healthcare quality. The standards, evaluation and certifications are based upon national/international norms, through a process of self and external evaluations.
More details from http://www.nabh.co/

Rich Cultural Heritage

India is one of the world’s oldest civilizations. The Indian culture, often labelled as an amalgamation of several various cultures, spans across the Indian subcontinent and has been influenced and shaped by a history that is several thousand years old.

India, being a multi-cultural and multi-religious society, celebrates holidays and festivals of various religions. The three national holidays in India the Independence Day, the Republic Day, & the Gandhi Jayanti are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm across India. In addition, manyIndian States & regions have local festivals depending on prevalent religious and linguistic demographics. Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Diwali, Dussera, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navaratri, Holi, Janmashtami, Ugadi, Shivratri, Onam, Rath-Yatra, Durga Puja, Makar Sankranti and many more.

The varied and rich wildlife of India has had a profound impact on the region’s popular culture. Indian food is as diverse as India. Indian cuisines use numerous ingredients, deploy a wide range of food preparation styles, cooking techniques and culinary presentation. From salads to sauces, from vegetarian to meat, from spices to sensuous, from breads to desserts, Indian cuisine is invariably complex.

But the culture of modern India is a complex blend of its historical traditions, influences from the effects of colonialism over centuries and current Western culture – both collaterally and dialectically.

Alternate
Medicine

It has also been observed that alternative traditional medicine like Ayurveda, Pranic healing, aromatherapy, music therapy, meditation and yoga are becoming popular among the medical tourists. Many tourists come to India to seek the divine peace and healing power provided by these alternative medical therapies. This provides India an extra advantage over the other countries.

Ease of
Travel

The government has eased the visa norms for medical tourists and introduced a VISA-on-arrival scheme for tourists from selected countries to help in medical tourism.

Post Treatment /
Post-Surgery Follow Up

As India has become one of most popular medical hub and accordingly knowing its responsibility nowadays hospitals and doctors in India are moving step ahead and making it sure.

Fluent
English

India is one of the largest English speaking population in the world, so communication is not a barrier.

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