MedRetreat – Medical Tourism

May 4, 2009

Medical Tourism Leading to More Educated Consumers of Health

The current trend in medical tourism is now providing all consumers of health with tremendous options as never seen before. In the past most Americans chose hospitals for their medical procedures that were located in their local communities or within the network of their insurance providers. As such, very few patients made the effort to research the success rates and other important statistical facts of their local hospitals.

With this new availability of global options, many patients are now beginning to discern very important facts about the hospitals under their consideration. This educational process is a very important to increasing the awareness and level of care provided throughout the global healthcare industry.

For more information about medical travel, please visit MedRetreat, the leading U.S. medical tourism facilitation agency.

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2 Comments »

  1. great blog ……. has shown the importance and growth of medical tourism in the present time

    Comment by Heemanshu — May 14, 2009 @ 12:47 pm | Reply

  2. Asia has become the most prominent destination for many medical travelers seeking affordable, high quality medical treatment abroad. The health care cost in countries like the US and the UK has become very high and most people find it hard to afford many specialized surgeries and treatments.So they travel to countries like Thailand,Malaysia and Singapore where same services are provided as US and UK at affordable cost.

    Thanks for the information.

    Comment by sisena — October 28, 2009 @ 10:26 am | Reply


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