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January 3, 2008 11:47 pm

Healthcare in India

Filed under: Medical — ramsblog @ 11:47 pm

I noticed about Health care service in India related topic on many sites in past few minutes. With a quick glance at TagSurfer section on my wordpress blog, displayed several posts on this topic – medinetIndia, etc etc. I noticed another post on LifeBeyondCode. Looking at the MedinetIndia site a video on Wockhardt hospital [http://www.wockhardthospitals.net/]. Back home, I have heard a lot about Wockhardt [wiki link], and apollo hospitals as most prestigeous ones.

Medinet portal has a streamline video saying more about the medical tourism – a lot of people visiting India for medical treatments and combine with vacation in beautiful country. It is certainly great to know that a lot of individuals from different parts of the world appreciating Ayurveda that I have used many times during my school days in Bangalore.

 My in-laws also visited a naturopathy service center near Bangalore a year ago. They have talked very high about the service there. I need to see if I can go over during my vacation visit to Bangalore this time. – Jindal Institute of Naturopathy.

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2 Comments »

  1. It is better to book it in advance, that way we are sure we can make it during the trip just like the Tirupathi trip etc

    Comment by Lakshmi — January 4, 2008 11:17 am @ 11:17 am | Reply

  2. Goa is also growing as a medical tourism centre.
    Apart from Ayurveda practitioners I have obsreved that dentists are having a bright, shining time !!

    Comment by neela — January 4, 2008 9:56 pm @ 9:56 pm | Reply


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