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Apollo Hospitals move in

Apollo Hospitals Group one of the leading private sector hospitals groups in the world, has signed a deal with Seychelles International Specialist Medical Center...

Sudan plans to invest in medical tourism

Sudan is the largest country in Africa but as yet has no involvement in medical tourism. While cost-comparative medical treatment is the high-profile end...

Laser-eye surgery packages launched

Swedish medical-travel agency, Salveo Travel, specialising in medical, cosmetic and dental treatment plus health and wellness tourism for the last two years, has launched...

Saudi hospital wins JCI status

Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City, a 400-bed rehabilitation hospital and medical centre, has achieved JCI status. Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City, a 400-bed rehabilitation hospital...

Scotland opened health tourism consultation

Scots travelling abroad for medical treatment must have "clarity and certainty" over what will be paid for by the NHS, health secretary Nicola Sturgeon...

Jeju unveils plan for Healthcare Town

The autonomous province of Jeju, which is approximately an hour's flight from Seoul, is out to get a share of South Korea medical tourism...

JCI’s new quality and safety improvement framework

Joint Commission International (JCI), a healthcare accreditation body that has given its stamp of approval to more than 200 hospitals in 27 countries, recently...

Government to draft medical tourism action plan

In an aggressive push to put Tunisia on the medical tourism map, President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali has directed his government to draft...

The Health Tourism Show set to open

The Health Tourism Show, a brand new medical travel event, will open at London's Olympia Two exhibition hall from October 25 to 26. Up...

SingaporeMedicine is the New Face on Facebook

SingaporeMedicine, the government-industry partnership to develop and promote Singapore as the region's leading medical hub and international healthcare destination, makes medical tourism history by...