All Hospitals In India
Over the years, India has become a prominent destination for medical tourism. According to a report by FICCI and IMS Health, health tourism in India has captured nearly 18% of the global medical tourism market. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of this market is 18%.
India- The preferred destination for healthcare tourism
The cost of treatment in India is very low when compared to the US or Europe, making it a pocket-friendly destination. The visa process, especially the M visa process, is easy making medical travel to India hassle-free. In addition, immediate treatment with no waiting time, world-class treatments, qualified and skilled doctors constantly updating themselves with the latest advances in healthcare- are undeniably the advantages of medical tourism in India. Alternative healthcare practices in India, such as yoga, Ayurveda, and other wellness and rejuvenation programs post-surgery promote holistic healing.
Among all Indian cities, Chennai is known as the ‘Health Capital of India’ that accounts for 45% of medical tourists in the country. Chennai has numerous high quality multispecialty and super-specialty centers owing to which about 150 international patients visit Chennai daily. Other top destinations for India's healthcare tourism include Mumbai, New Delhi, Goa, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Vellore, Alleppey, and Hyderabad.
Medical Tourism Offerings
India is known for its high quality and standard medical treatments in cardiology, orthopedics, dental implant, oncology, and neurosurgery. Medical tourism hospitals in India offer services such as cardiac bypass, heart surgery, bone-marrow transplant, total hip replacement, knee replacement along with liver, kidney and heart transplant at affordable prices. In addition to medical treatment, India is a hot spot for tourism interests, which can be safely coupled with healthcare.
India has also been a preferred healthcare destination for many neighboring countries; of which Bangladesh and Afghanistan are ranked as the top places from where maximum number of medical come. Also, medical tourists from other countries like Oman, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Sudan, Iraq, and Yemen also visit India for various treatments.