MedRetreat – Medical Tourism

March 30, 2009

Selecting a Medical Tourism Facilitator

If you are considering your surgical procedure overseas, the medical tourism service agency you chose to work with is very important part of the process and should never be taken lightly. It is imperative to know that all agencies are not the same. You must decide if you want to work with an agency that will basically arrange your flight, hotel stay, and surgery date, or if you want to work with a full service agency that is there with you every step of the way to ensure that you have a very successful and stress-free experience from beginning until you return home and beyond. In other words, if a problem arises during your medical retreat, will your agent be there to assist you, even if it is 3:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning, or will you have to solve your problem on your own? It is essential that you select a medical tourism service provider that you feel very comfortable with and trust to guide you through this cumbersome process.

Make sure that you do your research to ascertain that you are working with a reputable medical travel facilitator that has been around to facilitate enough satisfied clients to have developed a positive track record. One clever way to do this is to search in the “news” or “about us” section of their website to see how many news stories that they have been featured in. Make sure to skim the articles, as many companies post multiple medical travel articles on their websites that mention nothing about their specific company or past clients.

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