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.



  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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