Medical Tourism in India is the ideal picking to receive superior infertility treatment by highly skilled surgeons at some the most modern and state-of -art facilities in the world...all at a fraction of the price in the US, UK and Canada. For some people experiencing fertility problems, the costs of investigation and infertility treatment in the western countries may be beyond their budget. Medical tourism in India provides cost effective treatment with special finance schemes for international patients. Hospitals providing infertility treatment in India have world-class facilities and access to the latest technology and provide personalized service. If in doubt, read testimonials by patients who have experienced treatment in India.
Without a doubt, India has become the medical tourism capital of the modern world. Offering the latest technological advances, experienced and expert physicians and surgeons and the very best in patient care, Medical Tourism in India is flourishing and has secured place in the world as a premier medical travel destination.
To be successful in your pursuit of low-cost high medical treatment, there is a step by step process that you must follow to gain confidence in your decision, get the right care and save money.
Managing money for infertility treatment in India can be a tedious job but with proper guidance of medical tourism provider and special cost packages provided this process can be done with ease.
While most hospitals can accept any major credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover), not everywhere else can. To avoid finding yourself in a funding crunch while you are abroad remember to do the following:
1. Call your bank and credit card companies.
If you plan to use a bank or credit card in India call your financial institutions and make them aware that you will be traveling. Be aware of the spending limits on your credit and debit accounts and confirm that you will have no problem using your cards overseas. Many financial institutions will put a hold on accounts that are used overseas to protect them from fraudulent activity. It often takes weeks to release this hold. Without this call you could find yourself unable to pay the hospital bill.
2. Bring Travelers cheque
Keep some additional funds on hand in the form of Travelers cheque in the event that your credit or debit card does not work. These can be purchased from your financial institution, are guaranteed against theft, and are accepted almost everywhere in India.
3. Bring Loose Cash
Though it is usually recommended for travelers not to carry cash with them it is a good idea to have a SMALL amount of loose convertible cash for incidental purchases you might have to make or tips you might want to give prior to arriving at hospital. The airport money changing stations will offer a decent exchange rate. In fact, at the airport you will find a better rate than in most places in India.
4. Do not bring personal cheque
NO ONE in India will take an out of country personal check, but they do offer plenty of opportunities for account and identity theft. Leave them at home.
5. Have a back up plan
It is a good idea to have someone at home who is authorized to make financial decisions on your behalf. In the event that your credit or debit card does not work and you do not have enough funds to cover your hospital bill this person can work with the hospital to help arrange transfer of funds.
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