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Medical Tourism


Medical tourism (also called medical travel, health tourism or global healthcare) is a term used to describe the rapidly-growing practice of travelling across international borders to seek healthcare services. Services typically sought by travelers include elective procedures as well as complex surgeries, etc.
India holds advantage as a medical tourism destination due to following factors: Most of the doctors and surgeons at Indian hospitals are trained or have worked at some of the medical institutions in the US, Europe, or other developed nations.
Most doctors and nurses are fluent in English.
Top -of-the-line medical and diagnostic equipment from global international conglomerates is available at many Indian hospitals.
Indian nurses are among the best in the world. Nearly 1000 recognized nurses-training centers in India, mostly attached to teaching hospitals, graduate nearly 10,000 nurses annually.
Even the most budget-conscious traveler can afford first-rate service and luxury amenities

Initiatives of Ministry of Tourism to promote Medical Tourism

Dedicated exhibition space for Medical Tourism in ITB, Berlin

In order to promote the positioning of India as a Medical destination and increase the presence of the medical fraternity in the international travel exhibitions, a dedicated space of 4 sq m. was provided to the medical fraternity within the India Pavillion at ITB Berlin.

Road shows for promotion of Medical Tourism

Road shows focusing on Medical Tourism is a continuous process and is organized in consultation with the Stakeholders from time to time. The last road show was organised in West Asia (Dubai, Riyadh, Kuwait and Doha) in October 2009 which was led by the Minister of State for Tourism.

Production of Publicity Material

Brochure, CDs and other publicity materials to promote Medical and health tourism have been produced by Ministry ot Tourism and have been widely circulated for publicity in target markets.

Fiscal Incentives Provided by Ministry of Tourism for Development of Medical Tourism

Salient Features of MDA for Medical Tourism

For participation in approved Medical and other Tourism Fairs/Medical Conferences/Wellness Fairs and its allied Road Shows Ministry of Tourism provides Market Development Assistance. This scheme was extended to the Medical Torism Service Providers and Wellness Tourism Service Providers during the year 2009. Financial support under the MDA Scheme is provided to approved medical tourism service providers, i.e. reprersentatives of Hospitals accredited by JCI and NABH and Medical Tourism facilitators (Travel Agents/ Tour Operators) approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and engaged in Medical Tourism.


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