Quality medical treatment overseas - let us be your guide

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Millions of patients throughout the world have experienced the amazing benefits of medical tourism. Here are some of their stories...

"My Plastic Surgeon was a true artist!"

"I'd been thinking about cosmetic surgery for a while after having my 3 children. I went to a plastic surgeon in Melbourne for a consultation. He spent 15 minutes with me and I was slapped with a  $150 consult fee. The cost of a breast lift and tummy tuck was going to cost me $22,000. I'd heard having cosmetic surgery overseas was cheaper but had seen too many horror stories on A Currant Affair and Today Tonight to even consider it. Then one day when I was at the supermarket I ran into a friend I hadn't seen in a while. She looked so different, not just physically but there seemed to be a new found confidence about her. I asked what her secret was for looking so fresh and rejuvenated. She said 3 words. "Face Lift Thailand" and put me in touch with Global Health Travel. I was sceptical but after giving them a call I felt much more re-assured. They answered each an every question I had and let me tell you I had many. I was provided with all the research I needed to make an informed decision. Four months later I was on an airplane. 

"I'm 2 months post-op and words can't describe how ecstatically happy I am with the results. My plastic surgeon was a true artist. The care I received at the hospital was second to none...

It really was like staying in a 5* hotel. I've never seen a hospital like it before in Australia. Now I walk around the supermarket with a new found confidence too."

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"These doctors saved my life"

Thirteen years ago, Lowell Barton was diagnosed with cancer by a prominent US cancer centre. He was given a maximum of two years to live.

Today, Lowell is still "fighting a winning...battle...much of it fought with the excellent care and support provided me by Bumrungrad Hospital" in Bangkok, Thailand":

"In one way or another each of these doctors saved my life over the past few years.

...Bumrungrad's level of service is beyond exceptional. The spirit of the staff was inspiring to us and we will never forget it."

"I was elated"

UK medical practitioner Dr Robert A Wells needed surgery for a number of severe spinal problems. As a doctor, he researched his options and discovered that the most advanced available Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (MISS) was being performed at Wooridul Spine Hospital in Seoul, South Korea.

Dr Wells travelled to Seoul, where he "was met personally at the Incheon airport by Mr. James Lee, the senior administrator for overseas patients". After investigations using "the most advanced imaging technology I had ever seen", Dr Wells underwent surgery:

"I expected a lot of pain, but the control was excellent, with absolutely no complications, the nursing care was great, the conditions were comfortable and the food was good. 

When the dressings came off, the scar was small, clean and already hardly visible. I was elated...at the already good results, arm pain much less, usage returning, and less numbness."

"It was like staying in a resort"

Ian Crombie was an English businessman who needed a hip replacement. His health insurance in the UK didn’t cover what he wanted to get done. After doing some research on the Internet and a few phone calls, he became a medical tourist, and headed off to India, to Apollo Hospital in Chennai. 

"So I got out there, met at the airport, VIP treatment...I had a suite, which was a room with an en suite bath, choice of menu, daily newspapers, and it was like staying in a resort hotel....

The anaesthetist was British trained, the cardiologist was British trained, and of course [my doctor] himself was British trained....

The price in the UK was £15,000. Lock, stock and barrel price in India was £3,000."