SimpleCare World Health opens Medical Retreat division providing world-class private surgical and recuperative care to international medical travelers seeking high quality affordable treatment in a first world country-Spain.
Online PR News – 03-August-2010 – – Posted on August 4th, 2010 by simplecareworldhealth
SimpleCare World Health opens Medical Retreat providing world-class private surgical and recuperative care to international medical travelers seeking high quality affordable treatment in a first world country-Spain Non-acute operations and medical procedures (such as orthopedic surgery, hip and knee replacements, cardiac surgery including coronary artery bypass and heart valve replacement, bariatric surgery ) are available for significantly less than what they would cost in other first world countries, especially the United States.
According to R.B. Prats, prohibitively expensive treatments in the US lead people to search out medical treatments abroad seeking reduction of the cost. Those in the UK head to foreign parts as the National Health Service can’t provide the treatment without a long wait.
Spain is one of the world leaders in Medical Tourism, and thanks to SimpleCare World Health offering state of the art facilities and the newest technology, even with the travel costs involved the total amount spent on treatment for cancer care, cardiovascular disease and hip & knee replacements, amongst other procedures, still saves an ordinate amount of money for those who are willing to travel.
Traveling abroad can speed up the waiting time immensely as everything can be arranged in a shorter space of time, instead of enduring long waits between appointments before facing long waiting lists. People from the Middle East and Australia are also traveling for less expensive treatments.
As the cost of medical treatment in the West continues to soar medical tourism is expected to rise even more in popularity. As uncertainty about the high standards offered abroad is dispelled by those who do become medical tourists, the practice will become far more common.