Medical Tourism



Medical tourism can be defined as the process of traveling outside the country of residence for the purpose of receiving medical care. Growth in the popularity of medical tourism has captured the attention of policy-makers, researchers and the media. Originally, the term referred to the travel of patients from less-developed countries to developed nations in pursuit of the treatments not available in their homeland.

Today we are experiencing both qualitative and quantitative shifts in patient mobility, as people travel from richer to less-developed countries in order to access health services. Such shift is mostly driven by the relative low-cost of treatments in less developed nations, the availability of inexpensive flights and increased marketing and online consumer information about the availability of medical services. What really puts the word “tourism” in medical tourism concept is that people often stay in the foreign country after the medical procedure. Travelers can thus take advantage of their visit by sightseeing, taking day trips or participating in any other traditional tourism activities.

COST: Medical tourism represents a worldwide, multibillion-dollar phenomenon that is expected to grow considerably in the next decade. For the individual interested in health services, cost is the key factor involved in the decision to receive medical care abroad. The primary reason that clinics and hospitals in the developing countries are able to lower their prices is directly related to the nation’s economic status. The direct correlation with per capita gross domestic product of the country is observed, which is a proxy for income levels. As a consequence, surgery prices are from 30% to 70% lower in the countries that are promoting medical tourism when compared to the US.

QUALITY: There are two major components of the service quality in the health care sector – technical or mechanical quality and serviceable or functional quality. Technical equipment is at the core of the patients’ diagnostic algorithm, while the functional quality is measured by the service offered in the healthcare centers (such as the services of staffs, nurses and, most importantly, the doctors towards the patient and their assistants). The service quality in medical tourism industry is a vital part in attracting customers.

One of the fundamental barriers in accepting medical tourism is the perception of inadequate quality. A key to overcome it is using adequate marketing strategies and quality assessment via accreditation from an internationally recognized institution. Such accreditation is pivotal for strengthening confidence in the quality of healthcare. This confidence can be even stronger if accreditation is followed by an affiliation with any. Once healthcare providers are accredited and become a part of international referral networks, they can be appropriately rated for risks.

TREATMENT TYPES: Categories of different treatments and their availability also represent an important factor in decision to engage in medical tourism. The most common types of procedures that patients pursue during medical tourism trips are elective cosmetic surgery, dentistry, organ transplantation, cardiac surgery and orthopedic surgery. However, a wide variety of services can be obtained through medical tourism, ranging from various essential treatments to different kinds of traditional and alternative treatments. In addition to cost, other major factor responsible for the increase of medical tourism is access. The lack of it, either due to the unavailability of the technology or the prohibition in the home country, can subsequently lead to medical tourism. 

British Bangla Healthcare is the only best choice for you to take the decision of Medical Tourism. We have an expert team to assess your medical file and to refer you to the best hospital abroad.  We will help you in each step towards your best treatment. We concern each patient/ client even after the treatment. We always stand with our clients for any postoperative complication as we committed to our best service.

How It Works For Patients


Book an Appointment online or walk in office

If you are frustrated with local medical systems, then we are here for you. We believe every patient has the right to get the best medical treatment according to their affordability. Distance is never a problem and we are here to remove anxiety about getting medical treatment abroad. So please don’t be late, book your appointment as soon as possible through online (Please attach your all previous medical records) or you can visit our office physically with all papers.


Consult The Best Doctor

To ensure you get the best treatment, our medical team will first assess your medical records first & let us choose trusted specialist doctors from world renowned hospitals and to set an appointment with them so you can get expert advice and the best medical care for yourself. 


Understand The Treatment Procedure

Once the matter is decided between you and the doctor and you decide to go for Medical Tourism then our concern team will explain the whole procedure with estimated budget and other relevant preparations so that you find it easy to take the treatment.


Admission At International Hospital

We understand that it is very daunting when patients think about admissions to international hospitals, especially a place you have never been to before. However, we can help you to get away from all these problems. Our expert clinical team both at home and abroad will discuss the treatment options in detail with a clear plan and guide you during each step until it is completed.


Assistance in VISA Processing & Air Ticket

After discussion with our expert medical team, once you choose your consultant in the international hospital for treatment, we will assist you with the appointment letter from the hospital and the medical visa. Our experienced legal team will be with you to complete your journey including VISA processing, Air Ticket, Hotel and other necessary assistance.


Financial Assistance

If you have any financial problem to deal with treatment costs we will try to help you. We usually arrange the best quote from hospitals with discounted prices or other extra facilities for you. We don’t want our clients to move back because of the financial crisis.


Road/Air Ambulance

Once everything is sorted out and you are ready to fly we will arrange your ticket. Moreover, if you need any Ambulance service based on your health condition we will try to arrange Road or Air Ambulance service for you considering unavoidable circumstances.


Treatment & Medicines

 When you arrive at your destination (Hotel) safely you will be admitted to Hospital soon and treatment will be started immediately by concerned authority as decided. We will ensure your whole treatment, diagnosis, medicines & post treatment follow up with proper assistance until you fit to move.


Follow Up by British Bangla Healthcare

After completing your treatment abroad once you come back to home, our team of local specialist doctors will liaise with you and your main treating consultant for follow ups. This is paramount for the success of your treatment. We will contineously follow up your health condition until you full fit.

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