Health care is fast emerging as the world’s largest industries. A billion Indians form one of the biggest markets for this industry. It is a business growing at double-digit rates, worth $300 million (£170 million) annually for India. India healthcare industry is growing at 30 percent annually. India is the most touted healthcare destination for countries like South-East Asia, Middle East, Africa, Mauritius, Tanzania, Bangladesh and Yemen with 12 percent patient inflow from developing countries. And patients from developed countries are also in an increase with the national health body in US and UK are unable to cope with the increasing demand of patients inflow.
Our mission is to provide “Assurance to healthcare worldwide” and also to bring healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual. We want to commit to patients worldwide such that they can travel to India for surgery and other form of healthcare and pay drastically less than being treated in their own country with better service. The major benefit also includes the opportunity to fulfill the desire to explore the beautiful and exotic location in India, and get a luxurious holiday package included with the savings they make here.
Indian corporate hospitals are comparable to hospitals anywhere in the world. In fact, India offers world-class medical facilities that are comparable with the US or UK. There is already a high concentration of expatriate Indian medical staff working in the US and UK, as well as many other countries. This gives patients confidence in the healthcare offered by India generally as they are already used to the expertise and professionalism of Indian medical staff. This is a major, but often overlooked factor in the growth of medical tourism in India.
As published in the Guardian UK Unlimited in February 2005 edition, George Marshall diagnosed with coronary heart disease, the violin repairer from Bradford was told he could either wait up to six months for a heart bypass operation on the National Health Service (NHS) or pay £19,000 to go under the scalpel immediately.
In the end, Mr. Marshall chose to outsource his operation to India. He flew 5,000 miles to the southern Indian city where surgeons at the heart hospital took a piece of vein from his arm to repair the thinning arteries of his heart. The cost was £4,800, including the flight. In the end, he was so thrilled with the experience that he stated, “I'd have no problem coming again."
We at Hospicon can provide international healthcare facilities; provide the best doctors or surgeons in the best hospitals across the country. We have well equipped, state-of-the-art hospitals and we can offer the same level of care as anywhere else in the world. There is no reason why we should not become the healthcare destination of the world.