What we offer?
Through our work with leading internationally accredited hospitals and clinics, Ministries of Health, Ministries of Tourism, top private hospital associations, and public-private initiatives, we have located the world’s most trustworthy medical destinations, the top facilities, doctors and specialists around the world. Our mission is to help connect patients like you locate the highest-quality, most affordable care, and to provide information and advice that helps give you the confidence to make the best choice among your many options
Fill your life with service to others.
- Cardiac anaesthesia
- Cardio thoracic surgery
- Cardiology including interventional cardiology
- Critical care
- Dermatology& venereology
- Emergency medicine
- General medicine
- General surgery including laproscopic surgery
- Gi surgery
- Nephrology(including dialysis)
- Neuro surgery
- Obstetrics & gynaecology
- Including high risk cases
- Orthopaedic surgery including joint replacement surgery
- Paediatric surgery
- Plastic surgery
- Respiratory medicine
- Vascular surgery
- Clinical biochemistry
- Clinical microbiology& serology
- Clinical pathology
- 2D Echo
- Bone Densitometry
- Colour Doppler
- CT scanning
- Holter Monitoring
- Tread mill testing
- Professions allied to medicine
If the mere thought of a dentist makes your teeth ache, you are not alone. Some experts estimate that as many as four in every five adults fear dental treatment to some degree, and only 20 percent of us see the dentist twice a year, as we know we should.
The World Health Organization estimates that 1.6 billion people worldwide are overweight or obese. The death toll associated with obesity runs to 2.5 million annually, and the numbers haven’t reached their peak
Orthopedic complaints are the most common reason why patients make appointments to see their doctors. In the US alone, more than 6 million orthopedic surgeries will be performed in 2016, with bad knees topping the list.
Cancer causes one in every eight deaths worldwide, killing more people than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. Despite millions of dollars and hours of research, cancers continue to rank high as leading causes of death worldwide.
Although many spine injuries can (and should) be treated without surgery, it is sometimes the best or only remaining option.