Asian Medical Travel Destinations: Focus On South Korea

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Affordable healthcare, familiar surroundings, and state of the art, world-class medical treatments, procedures, and protocols are attracting millions of Asians, including Japanese, Chinese, and expatriate Koreans to South Korea for a variety of surgical procedures and medical treatments.

South Korea has long been a leader in global economics and continues to be one of the wealthiest countries in Asia. Modern architecture and ancient dynasty landmarks provide tourists with numerous destinations to visit and the friendly people and traditions of South Korea enthrall and captivate travelers from around the world.  

South Korea, the home of the first cloned dog, remains on the cutting edge of technological advances in medicine and health care. Excellent and skilled physicians, state-of-the-art technology and some of the most advanced healthcare facilities in the world continue to draw medical travelers to South Korea for medical treatments and procedures in organ transplantation, cancer therapy treatments, dental care, plastic and cosmetic surgery and many others.

Influx of Expats To South Korean Medical Facilities
Medical care costs in South Korea are generally ten times less than costs found in the U.S. South Korea is the leading healthcare country of Asia and provides world-class medical and health care in non-profit organizations and facilities that place patient care above profit. Government agencies accredit all facilities and hospitals, ensuring quality of care throughout the country.

South Korean medical facilities such as world renowned Wooridul Spine Hospital and 365 mc's Bariatric Surgery Center and Obesity Clinic are just a few of many famous, accredited and modern facilities that offer a variety of orthopedic, spinal care, sports medicine, obesity and bariatric surgical procedures to international travelers, and attract Korean, Chinese and Japanese citizens not only from Southeast Asia, but Australia, the United States, and Europe to return home to receive superlative and experienced medical care.

Rising healthcare costs, long wait times, and the lack of adequate insurance coverage prompts many expats to return to their homeland for quality and world-class care. South Korea has long been known as a leader in medical care fields and specialties, and according to the Medical Tourism Magazine, Korea has become a medical power that should not be underestimated.

One of South Korea's most notable treatment facilities, Wooridul Spine Hospital, has 25 years of experience and management in spine disease diagnosis, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.  Physicians and surgeons at Wooridul Spine Hospital have developed their own surgical methods in the treatment of a variety of spine injuries and claim 99.9% success rates.

Medical Tourism in Korea
South Korean physicians, surgeons and medical facilities take pride in their ability to utilize cutting edge medical technology, developed surgical methods and procedures, and the best in high-tech equipment and utilize a model of patient-oriented service that provides superlative care not only for expatriates, but international travelers of all ages, cultures, and demographic backgrounds.

Medical Tourism Initiatives
Medical tourism in South Korea is increasing and is rated as one of the top three Asian destinations that attract not only expatriates but foreign tourists. The Korean governments is enthusiastically and vigorously creating an increasing services and plans for overseas tourists, regardless of cultural background that take advantage of Korean professional medical services and technologies, especially in cities such as Seoul, Daegu and Jeju. 

The Korean Tourism Organization (KNTO) is targeting medical tourism developments in her major cities to attract 10,000 foreign patients a year in coming years, including services such as the static and plastic surgery in Busan, the Jeju Healthcare town on the island of Jeju and Wellness Park, designed as a high-tech medical complex for specialized treatments.

South Korea continues to provide familiar, excellent and experienced medical services to expats returning to their homeland while the same time providing affordable and world-class quality healthcare in all fields and subspecialties.

Denise Wang | PlacidWay  2009-11-03   Articles/Press Releases

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