Medical tourism in Italy

Medical tourism in Italy

Medical tourism in Italy

Medical tourism in Italy – Europeans are increasingly attracted by the care abroad and they often choose medical tourism . More than one in two (52%) would be willing to move away from home to receive specialist care practiced by a specialist surgeon in a remote town / country. Most mobiles are the Italians (68%) and Germans (63%). Among the more attached to the proximity, there are the French (45%) and British (39%) who are yet by necessity more likely to go abroad for treatment.

Europeans are even more confident about the competence of doctors who graduated outside the European Union (73% consider that the care are identical except the Swedes more attached to a European diploma). If it is to move abroad to have access to high-value medical technology and which is not available in the country, 65% of Europeans are ready to be mobile. Still leading this trend are the Italians (75%) which, since it refers to the fact of traveling to heal, first think of a medical interventions (71%) while the Germans (72%) and the French (70%) think first of cosmetic surgery.

The origin of the Italian patients who travel for medical tourism is very diverse and geographically and socially. They come from Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Piedmont, Lazio and the Italian community abroad. The main factor that carries the Italian patients to turn to foreign clinics for medical treatment, remains the “economic factor”.

But also , medical tourists from U.S, France, UK, Germany choose to come in Italy for treatment  because Italy has  quickly acquired an international reputation for cosmetic and dental surgeries and procedures. As in France, there are the general practitioners and specialists, emergencies, hospitals and clinics. Only the mode of operation is slightly different.

We currently have contracts with 2 hospitals in  Italy: European Institute of oncology ( IEO) , Salvator Mundi International Hospital.

We mention the following medical specialties/  medical treatments/ surgeries:

  • Oncology,
  • General surgery,
  • Allergology,
  • Colorectal Medicine,

  • Dermatology,

  • Diagnostic Imaging

  • Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT),

  • Endocrinology,

  • Gastroenterology,

  • General Medicine,

  • General Surgery,

  • Gynecology,

  • Hair Restoration,

  • Immunology,

  • Maxillofacial Surgery,

  • Neonatology,

  • Nephrology,

  • Neurology,

  • Neurosurgery,

  • Oncology,

  • Ophthalmology,

  • Orthopedics,

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,

  • Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery,

  • Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine,

  • Reproductive Medicine,

  • Rheumatology,

  • Spinal Surgery,

  • Urology,

  • Vascular Medicine

    The  prices of your  treatments / surgeries, medical tourism in Italy,  will be fixed in a personal  treatment plan (which depends mostly on personal health condition).

    We begin by you supplying us with your medical details , outlining your problem and attaching reports ( X-Rays, CT/MRI scan , USG , pathological reports ) , a summary of medical observation, other medical reports.

    After reviewing your medical reports our team of doctors in Italy will be informed about your ailment and they will estimate a price and a course of treatment.  Based on this , we will then estimate the cost  entire process of medical tourism in Italy.

    Note: Therapeutic and surgical indication, the optimal solution for each patient will be determined by doctors from the hospital in Italy and this thing requires the patient’s presence in hospital for consultation. Any documents or photos sent in advance for evaluation are for information only and cannot replace the consultation in the hospital. The solution for treatment, risks and costs communicated via email are estimated. Doctors in the hospital reserve the right to refuse people without surgical/treatment indication, or who have significant risks or have unrealistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery/ treatment.

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or comments. Your feedback welcome!

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