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South Korea
Korea: A Leader in High-Tech Medical Procedures
Seoul skyline
Korea’s star as a health travel destination has risen rapidly rising over the past two decades. Korea boasts more than 25 modern international hospitals, including Asan Medical Center, established by the founder of Hyundai and one of the world’s largest clinical campuses, with more than 2500 beds...
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Conor M., Ireland
In more than four decades as a diplomat, I have had occasion to visit and stay in a number of hospitals throughout the world. Recently, I had to undergo a very serious open-heart operation at Severance Hospital in Seoul, and the experience made a lasting impression on me.
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Cardiology
The World Health Organization estimates that more than 17.5 million people around the globe died of cardiovascular disease (CVD) each year, nearly one-third of all global deaths. Heart disease respects no geographic, gender, or socioeconomic boundaries. It is now more common in India and China than...
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Exterior view, Asan Medical Center
Asan Medical Center
Asan Medical Center (AMC) is Korea’s largest medical institution, truly a medical city, with 1,400 physicians and surgeons, 3,000 nurses, more than 2,700 beds, and 67 operating rooms, occupying more than 4 million square feet.
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Health travel is rewarding, but it can be complicated and it is hard to stay organized. Patients Beyond Borders makes planning and taking a trip so much easier.
–Doug S., Tomah, WI
Patients Beyond Borders tells how to plan and budget for medical care abroad and how to find the best doctors and hospitals.
-AARP Bulletin
Patients Beyond Borders...has helped thousands of patients plan successful health journeys abroad.
-US News and World Report
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–Deloitte Health, Medical Tourism Update and Implications
Patients Beyond Borders was my guide through the process of considering, researching, deliberating, and deciding to go abroad for surgery . . .
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