Medical tourism in Romania:
Medical tourism starts to be developed in Romania due to the appearance of many clinics and hospitals , the country having the potential to turn itself into an important destination for the health tourism.
All that Romania should do is to continue to provide quality medical services, unique travel deals, having at the same time convenient prices, and to welcome with a smile the medical travelers. On short, in the future, Romania can count on medical tourism as an important source for its economy , providing for medical tourists excellent conditions for treatment while they visit a country full of interesting sights.
Medical tourism in New Zealand:
There is an alternative option regarding the payment of the high cost of the United States for some procedures – medical or health tourism in New Zealand. If you’re living with a chronic knee pain or hip at night, or if you are seeking relief from the pain , then you’ve probably already visited a doctor. Depending on the condition, the doctors may recommended you a surgery for hip replacement, knee replacement or hip resurfacing surgery. And, depending on the insurance program in progress, is likely that you have seen how expensive those surgeries can be. Of course , you can choose not to have knee or hip replacement surgery at all, but to manage the pain and what it does to the quality of your life you have to know that health tourism can significantly reduce the costs of the treatment or surgery. But , aside the price considerations there are some risks – seen or not – that you must consider before you choose your medical tourism destination, including: superbugs and other infectious diseases, the number of vaccinations required for travel to certain health destinations, the travel time required to reach certain destinations of medical tourism, the risk of terrorism and other forms of violence, the quality of the technology used in healthcare facilities in some health destinations, the quality of food and water in certain destinations. People interested in health tourism as an option need to consider the bigger picture, beyond the procedure. Recently, according to the Global Peace Index 2010, New Zealand was rated as the most peaceful country in the world. It ‘was rated with a very low or low risk in the following areas: level of violent crime, number of homicides, level of organized conflict, potential for terrorism, political instability, hostility towards foreign travelers. New Zealand has extremely low rates of infectious diseases, hepatitis A, tuberculosis and HIV. In the New Zealand, the food is safe and the water is clean, the medical facilities are state-of-the-art, all using the latest technology. The doctors and medical staff are highly qualified – in fact many of them where trained in England in the United States. English is the main language in New Zealand and it is also a country easier to achieve than many other destinations because there are direct flights from the U.S .
Surgeries such as knee replacement, hip replacement and hip resurfacing surgery can be performed up to 50% less than the cost of the same procedure in the US , reason why New Zealand is poised to become a major destination for health tourism.
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