Medical travel optimism for India

Doctor in front of Indian flag

Indian medical tourism agency CureIndia, based in New Delhi, has said it is confident of a 2022 recovery, particularly for inbound dental and medical tourism to the country.

The start-up is expanding its service base and says it is expecting more international patients than ever.

CureIndia works with 50 super-specialty JCI hospitals and a number of smaller NABH accredited hospitals to accommodate patients with a budget constraint.  It claims to have helped medical tourists from more than 25 countries. The platform is available in four languages (English, Russian, Arabic, and Bengali).

CureIndia provides end-to-end services tailored for medical tourists in India. Complimentary airport transfers, arranging hotels and guest houses, appointments on priority, surgeon consultations, arrangements for local transit, currency exchange, and pre-treatment care to post-treatment follow-up are some of the services provided.

The agency has also said it looks forward to the central government’s National Strategy and Roadmap for Medical and Wellness Tourism for the country.