Why Medical Travel

Why Medical Travel and Going Abroad for Medical Treatment

Medical travel or medical tourism is the process of travelling to other countries for medical care. Several factors are driving the growth of medical travel: high health care costs in industrialized countries, waiting lists, convenience, accessibility of international travel, improved technology and standards of care in many countries around the world.

Trusted international accreditation has become one of the biggest drivers of the growth of the medical tourism market. Global demand for accreditation standards has been so strong that the Joint Commission in the United States launched its international affiliate agency, the Joint International Commission (JCI), in 1999. More than 900 hospitals and clinical services around the world have received this JCI accreditation and this number is increasing by about 25% per year. To be accredited, an international hospital must meet a set of very rigorous standards set by the Joint Commission.

Fly to Cure offers you the quality of its medical network abroad.

Fly to Cure is looking for the best specialists for you, we will present you several renowned doctors.

Fly to Cure organizes all your stay for you, post-operative nursing care, biological follow-up, as well as therapeutic, nutritional and psychological support.

Medical travel or medical tourism

Is medical travel safe?

Is medical travel safe?

The answer depends largely on how well prepared medical tourists are, the facilities they pick and the nature of their illness and treatment.

Why Medical Tourism in Turkey

Why medical tourism in Turkey

Turkey is a leading player in the medical tourist/healthcare facilitation industry. It is increasingly emerging as the destination of choice for a wide range of medical procedures.