Nancy McVicar ,
Florida Health News |
WEST PALM BEACH -- Visit the Taj Mahal, get a hip replacement. Fly over a volcano, have heart bypass surgery. Have that nip/tuck you’ve been wanting, recuperate at a beach resort. In an era when 47 million Americans – 3.6 million in Florida – have no health insurance, the chance to save thousands on both necessary and elective surgeries is luring patients to exotic locales.