Medical tourism in Romania:
For some people even health can become a luxury item , and this makes them turn to medical tourism. Such as caring teeth. Not to mention the practice of artificial insemination or cosmetic surgery. For this reason , more and more patients choose the solution of health tourism: that is to go abroad to receive healthcare to a third of what they would pay in their home country, also including the holiday for themselves and their companion. The most preferred dental tourism destinations are Romania, Hungary, Serbia and Slovenia. For cosmetic surgery are sought instead Argentina, the Philippines, Thailand and Spain, while for IVF the most popular destinations are Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Denmark. The materials and procedures are the same, but the doctors and the cost of living will help you to lower your costs.
Medical tourism in Jordan:
The importance that medical tourism plays in Jordan consists in the fact that here there are medical facilities which attract large flows of medical travelers from abroad. In addition to the investments made in this area, which have supported the development, there are many aspects that strengthen the Jordanian potential in this segment, one of them being the medical training of the hospital staff, who have placed Jordanians health standards to international levels. Several hospitals have received national quality certificates, but also internationally, as well as many doctors are registered with professional training in Europe and North America. Medical teams are often trained to work in English as well as in Arabic and they have deep knowledge of the languages of interesting markets such as Russia. A major factor is related to the relatively low cost of medical practices when compared to the health costs of many other states. The most successful treatments are aesthetic operations, but in high demand are also interventions related to neurology, orthopedics, and organ transplants. Jordan, also offers plenty of chances for tourism, for those who during their stay, they can afford to devote free time to explore the area. And then, there is the Dead Sea that, thanks to the properties of its mineral waters and the derivatives with the oxygen rich air, it is recognized as ‘the largest spa in the open air’, but it is also a destination for those who suffer from epidermal and respiratory diseases.
Jordan confirm this way its first place in the Middle East and fifth in the world among the tourist destinations dedicated to medical purposes.