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Medical tourism in the USA gives you access to surgeons who spin this planet

Medical treatment in the USA offers recently patented drugs, step-by-step instructions from your doctor, and prices above average

  • Physicians from Europe, Asia, and Africa fly to the U.S. to learn from the experience of their American colleagues. Here, they master and adopt latest surgical methods, therapeutic trends, and recently patented drugs. A lot of U.S. board-certified surgeons operate around the world on regular basis.
  • The U.S. produces medical equipment, devices, and drugs widely recognized in medical community worldwide. They include Johnson&Johnson, Stryker, Abbott, Covidien, Hewlett-Packard, and more.
  • The truth is, cost comparison with other locations involved in health travel almost never is on the side with the U.S. hospitals and clinics. However, if your purse is never hungry and you wish to receive treatment from literally world’s leading specialists, expect to pay $85,000 for heart valve replacement, $34,000 for knee replacement, $17,000 for breast surgery, $7,000 for a nose job, and $1,400 for a dental implant. For health travelers looking for medical care in Europe, medical facilities in Austria or Belgium can be something to consider.
  • Foreign patients adore local medical assistance as doctors explain in detail what exactly is going to happen at every stage of treatment and have advance knowledge of patient's needs. All nurses are clearly instructed what to do and what not to do in all situations including emergency. 
  • Hospitals worldwide are accredited by JCI, Joint Commission International, the U.S.-based organization with a special focus on quality in health care and patient safety. American medical institutions were the first ones to introduce a systematic approach to monitoring the quality of medical services at all levels from the lobby to operating theater and ensure patient safety.
  • While over half a million U.S. citizens with no or limited health individual plans steadily prefer traveling to Europe, nearly 760,000 foreign patients cross oceans to receive hi-tech treatment in the U.S.

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