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Streamlined processes, advanced technologies, state-of-the-art infrastructures, specialised & interdisciplinary care, along with highly knowledgeable and skilled doctors, supported by a thoroughly trained and compassionate staff makes India home to a number of top 10 hospitals in the world. While affordable orthopaedic treatment packages and cancer treatment packages has made the country a premium destination for medical tourism among other developing countries such as Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Iraq, Maldives, Oman, Yemen, etc., cost effective dental care and plastic surgery options in the country has attracted patients from developed nations such as US, UK, Germany, etc. Fortis and Apollo, counted among the best hospitals in India, are equipped to deal with both domestic and international patients.
Using specific programs that take into consideration the cultural and ethnic background of the patients to provide a ‘home away from home’ stay, they employ specialised teams trained to make the patient comfortable during their stay. Further, between the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in Delhi, the Lilavati Hospital and Research Center in Mumbai, the Billroth Hospital in Chennai, the Columbia Asia Hospital in Kolkata, it is clear that there is no definite answer to which is the number one hospital in India.
With its plethora of highly skilled professionals and affordable healthcare, India is on course to become the next premium medical tourism destination. An expected growth to US$ 280 billion by 2020 has made stakeholders -- both private and public -- increasing interested in exploring the latest trends in the industry in order to make a positive impact on their businesses. With the government easing the visa process for patients and their families and incredible growth opportunities across different segments is sure to propel India as a global hub for the healthcare services in the coming years.
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A complex bone grafting procedure done at Fortis Hospitals gives new lease
of life to young Yemeni patient, who could not walk because of a bullet injury
Lonija Krastina, 22 year old young lady, from Latvia of North Europe was
admitted at Pattarumadom Clinic & Ayurveda Nursing Home at Cochin in India in 2013.
Born as a blue baby, Hussain Kadam suffered from transposition of the great
artery (TGA) and a ventricular septal defect, commonly known as a hole in the heart.
The patient was a 16 year old teenage girl from Burundi, Africa. She had a
condition wherein she wasn’t able to eat for over 10 years due to fused bilateral mandibular (jaw)
This is the best hospital i have ever been to and i recommend this to anyone
watching this, This is the place to come in India