Medical tourism latest news
If you are the type of person who cares a lot about news of medical tourism over the globe, you may have known that there are some latest news in North Korea and Abu Dhabi. In this article, we will give you the most detailed information about these events. So, do not skip it!
One of the greatest benefits of medical tourism is that it can become a money maker of North Korea, comparing with other oriental medicine’s elements/ Ph: Pexels@Chokniti Khongchum
Medical tourism is going to be opened up to abroad travellers
Knowing the fact that Chinese visitors are flocking for traditional therapies, North Korea decides to branch out into health tourism such as cataract surgery, theraphy for tumours and dental implants. According to Rodong Sinmun newspaper, the Treatment Tourism Exchange Corporation aim is to capitalise on global healthcare medical tourism. The governmental entity has decided to operate many more health clinics which can treat arthritis, neuralgia as well as skin and heart ailments.
One of the greatest benefits of medical tourism is that it can become a money maker of North Korea, comparing with other oriental medicine’s elements. However, the neighbouring South Korea reported that North Korea was still facing lots of problems in providing basic healthcare.
Abu Dhabi Medical city opens
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company, shortened as SEHA is corporating with Abu Dhabi’s Department of Health as well as other entities so as to enhance the position of this nation in medical tourism. In one of Sheikh Shakhbout Medical city, there is one phase of SEHA which provides services like adult neurological, gastroenterology, adult cardiology, ophthalmology clinics and so on. The another phase is expected to be opened in early 2020 and it aims at treating endocrine disorders, kidney diseases, tumours and blood, bone and cardiovascular. Once Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City is completed, it will become one the largest hospitals UAE and will contain 2 helipads, 732 inpatient beds, 18 operating rooms, 4 wings for intensive and emergency care maternity, acute surgery, and outpatient services.
Overall, the global health tourism market is booming, leading to the medical tourism’s expansion of so many nations. The article above has presented the latest news over the globe.