Welcome to New World Medical Network
New World Medical Network is a leading expert in connecting patients to prestigious clinics and medical centers across the United States. The company works with U.S. providers, physicians, insurers, hospitals surgical centers and other medical facilities to significantly reduce the medical costs for individuals who receive these treatments and procedures.
New World Medical Network addresses companies that want their employees to get the maximum value from healthcare benefits as well as reduced costs for their personal budgets. As employees get more and more concerned with the cost of healthcare, offering them reductions to their deductibles and co-pays will have a much-needed impact of improving their morale and loyalty in a difficult economy.
The company works with unions, associations, cities, towns and municipalities, TPAs and brokers and medical facilities from all over the country.In addition to its focus on U.S. employers, New World also works with international patients seeking treatment in the U. S. New World handles all of the aspects of pre-treatment assistance with medical records and the payments made to physicians and facilities combined with the often-complicated issues of travel and recuperation. By offering its One Price Healthcare® the value of New World becomes clear. Our all-inclusive price means exactly that, the patient always knows, in advance, the total and complete price of each procedure to be provided.
The Surgery Center of Oklahoma (SCO) is a state-of-the-art 32,500 sq. ft. surgical center which is accredited by the AAAHC. Patients come to this facility from all over the world to receive top quality care for very competitive prices. SCO has exceptionally low incidents, < 1%, of infection rates, medication errors and readmission rates (all significantly below the U.S. average for surgical centers). The staff is very friendly and we at New World Medical Network have been working with them for almost four years.
McBride Orthopedic Hospital is one of the top ranked specialty hospitals in the U.S. It is ranked by CareChex as the number one hospital in the State of Oklahoma for Joint Replacement and Major Orthopedic Surgery. They are also the Official Orthopedic Hospital for the Oklahoma City Thunder NMA team. McBride is also ranked within the top 10% for patient satisfaction. New World Medical Network has been working with McBride since 2014.
Southeast Georgia Health System (SGHS) is a community hospital accredited by the Joint Commission and further by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer. New World Medical Network uses this facility to provide a cutting-edge technology for cancer treatment using a machine called the Cyberknife®. This treatment for soft-tissue cancers found in the abdomen, brain, liver, lungs, prostate and uterus is performed without invasive surgery. The machine uses computer guided and highly focused radiation beams to locate and destroy cancer cells. The advantage to the patient is a high incidence of tumor eradication (95+%) and the procedures are done without the use of chemotherapy which makes the treatment very easy on the health of the patient. We have obtained a price for as many as 5 treatments at a price we feel is unmatched in the U.S.
New World Medical Network feels honored to be able to offer the services of the Krauss Musculoskeletal Institute for Total Joint Replacement. This facility is a Center of Excellence with the Joint Commission for Joint Replacement. The Surgeon-in-Chief is Dr. Eugene Krauss, a world-renowned surgeon, educator and inventor. Dr. Krauss has used his experience as an aerospace engineer to perfect many of the processes related to the surgical replacement of human joints. The results are remarkable outcomes with consistent success.
Dr. Lanalee Sam - Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Dr. Kevin Huffman - Primary Care Physician and Physician
Dr. Jacobo Zafrani - Abdominal, Bariatric and Weight Loss
Dr. Mark Denker - OB/GYN and Fertility Specialist
Treatments and procedures
Hip Arthroscopy, Complex
Hip Arthroscopy, Simple
Cancer Care with Cyberknife
Up to 5 treatments for soft tissue cancers of the brain, prostate, liver, lungs, kidneys, bone, abdominal
Hysterectomy (Includes Overnight Stay)
Open Rotator Cuff Repair (implants included)
Hip Replacement MBOH
Hip Replacement PBMC
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair
Ant. Cruciate Ligament Rep. w Allograft
Knee Replacement- MBOH
Knee Replacement- PBMC
Ant. Cervical Discectomy w Fusion, 1 level (includes hardware)
Ant. Cervical Discectomy w Fusion, 2 level (includes hardware)
Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure where a small camera, attached to a probe (the arthroscope) is inserted into the knee, shoulder or hip through a small opening made by the surgeon. With this scope, the surgeon can see inside to diagnose problems and also make repairs to the components of the joint.
Cyberknife Cancer Care
CyberKnife® is a non-invasive solution for patients who have inoperable or surgically complex tumors, or who may be looking for an alternative to surgery. The process is most successful when the cancer is detected in its early stages. The CyberKnife system enables radiation oncologists to deliver high doses of radiation with pinpoint accuracy to a broad range of tumors throughout the body and with minimal compromise to general health.
Gall Bladder Removal
A Gall Bladder Removal (a laparoscopic cholecystectomy) is a minimally invasive procedure to remove the gallbladder. This often results when the gallbladder fills up with gallstones (hard substances usually caused by cholesterol from rich or fatty foods). A laparoscope (a small tube with a camera on the end) is inserted through small surgical openings and tools on the end of the tube allow the surgeon to remove the organ.
A Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure to remove a woman’s uterus, often performed because signs of cancer have appeared. This procedure can be performed with a variety of techniques. An open procedure is one where the physician makes an incision several inches long and works with the abdomen open. This procedure can also be performed laparoscopically and in some cases using robotic surgery equipment.
Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure where parts of a damaged or arthritic hip joint are removed and replaced with a metal, plastic or ceramic implanted device called a prosthesis. The prosthesis is designed to replicate the movement of a normal, healthy joint.
Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure where parts of a damaged or arthritic kneejoint are removed and replaced with a metal, plastic or ceramic implanted device called a prosthesis. The prosthesis is designed to replicate the movement of a normal, healthy joint.
Knee- ACL Repair
Many people suffer from a tear(s) in their ACLs (the Anterior Cruciate Ligament), some of the primary ligaments used in the movement of the knee. The procedure is usually done with an arthroscope and uses either the patient’s own ligaments from elsewhere in the knee or body and in some cases cadaver ligaments (allografts) are used.
Rotator Cuff Repair
The Rotator Cuff is a group of tendons and muscles that give the shoulder its ability to travel throughout a wide range of motion. It is very important to the stability of the shoulder joint. Many activities can cause tears or other injuries to the rotator cuff, which are more common as they grow older. Surgery to remove bone spurs and/or to repair torn or damaged muscles or tendons can be done with an open technique, done with an arthroscope or a combination of both techniques.
Cervical Disc Repair and Fusion, Level 1
The Cervical (Neck) Spinal Fusion is done to alleviate pain in the neck from a degeneration of the discs between the cervical vertebrae. The disc is removed and then an implant or bone grafts are used to stabilize the spinal column at that point. The procedure is done at two levels, 1 and 2.
A Lumbar Laminectomy is a surgical procedure used to treat the effects of spinal stenosis (a compression of the nerves in the spine due to osteoarthritis or other causes). The Lumbar vertebrae are trimmed over nerves in the spine to allow the nerves in the affected area to decompress and results in reduced pain for the patient.
A Microdiscectomy is a surgical procedure used to treat a herniated or ruptured disc, the flesh between the vertebrae in the spine. Sometimes the disc can be repaired and in other cases an implant may be used and the vertebrae may be fused using a wire mesh.
Why choose us?
Why the United States?
The US has a high numbers of accredited medical facilities, prestigious, well trained and experienced medical experts, as well as a flawless, effective and well organized healthcare system. Technologies and medical equipment meet the strict quality standards imposed by the international standards. The US medical tourism providers understand and support the medical travelers' intention of seeking high quality medical services, quick access to state-of-the-art treatments and procedures at affordable costs.
If you want to know more about the services offered by New World Medical Network, please contact us!