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India
The World's Medical Tourism Value Leader
Taj Mahal, Agra
Who could have guessed ten years ago that India would grow into one of the world’s most important destinations for health travelers? Driven by a surging economy, a surplus of well-trained healthcare practitioners, low infrastructure costs and a proven national penchant for international outsourcing...
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Eileen C., Florida, US
I limped around for two years on a hip that was bone on bone. I chose to go abroad for surgery because without insurance, I could not afford to have it done in the US.
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Orthopedics
Orthopedic complaints are the most common reason why patients make appointments to see their doctors. In the US alone, more than 6 million orthopedic surgeries will be performed in 2016, with bad knees topping the list.
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Exterior view, Max Super-Specialty Hospital
Twelve specialty centers with 2600 beds and 2300 doctors make Max Healthcare one of the subcontinent’s most influential health centers. In 2010, Max Delhi treated more than 20,000 international patients from 50 countries.
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