India to showcase its best medical capabilities in Kuwait

Embassy of India in Kuwait, in association with the Indian Doctors Forum (IDF), Indian Business and Professional Council (IBPC) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), is organizing a high-profile Indian medical tourism exhibition titled ‘Best of Indian Healthcare Expo 2019’ at the Radisson Blu Hotel on 17 and 18 of March 2019, which will witness the participation of leading Indian hospitals, top-notch healthcare providers and wellness centers from several cities in India, along with major medical tourism planners.

The medical expo will provide an excellent opportunity for citizens and residents in Kuwait to interact with some of the top Indian Physicians/medical experts in all critical departments and also with world-renowned healthcare providers. A direct firsthand familiarization with world class advanced healthcare facilities provided by the finest of the Indian medical industry, at the best economic value, awaits them. The exhibition will also facilitate networking and information exchange opportunities between healthcare professionals from India and their counterparts in Kuwait.

The Indian medical expo serves as an invaluable introduction for people seeking high-quality cost-effective healthcare services, as well as recuperative and rejuvenating treatments in India. Specialist physicians and hospital management professionals, hospital and nursing home representatives will be on hand during the expo period to offer professional advice on medical services and the best facilities available in India for a wide range of ailments.

 

Among the leading hospitals and healthcare centers that are expected to participate in this Expo are – Apollo Hospital, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Aster DM Healthcare, Artemis Health Sciences, Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences, Saifee Hospital, Meitra Hospital, Unity Care and Health Services, Iqraa Hospitals, A.J. Hospital, Children’s Hospital, Manipal Health Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., Aryavaidyasala Kottakal, Somatheeram Ayurveda Village, Ayur Green and a whole host of other healthcare providers from India.

Recent advances in medical, scientific and technological fields have impacted the healthcare industry and resulted in cutting-edge solutions to treat and manage life threatening communicable and non-communicable diseases. Providing high quality medical care, using the latest equipment and treatment modalities, along with rapid advances in communication, transport and information technologies, has catapulted India into a major medical tourism destination among the global healthcare community.

An exceptionally talented pool of medical specialists and a large cadre of professional healthcare personnel have also placed India among a handful of nations that can deliver high-tech solutions to healthcare problems in a cost-effective and efficient manner. It is no wonder then that India is the destination of choice for international patients seeking high-quality medical care that has otherwise become either too expensive, or is not available in a timely manner in their own countries.

Each year millions of people travel overseas looking for best quality affordable medical treatments for themselves or their loved ones, and Kuwaiti citizens are no exception. It is estimated that the country spends in excess of a billion dollars annually to treat citizens abroad, while hundreds more seek overseas medical care at their own expense. In addition to the close geographical proximity and ease of travel, the centuries-old interactions between people of India and Kuwait have led to mutual respect for their cultures and customs.

The spirit of warm hospitality towards foreigners that India is well-known for, combined with the experienced, compassionate and dedicated nursing care available in the country, makes India an ideal medical-tourism destination for Kuwaiti friends.

The ‘Best of Indian Healthcare Expo 2019’ is a welcome opportunity for patients and their caregivers in Kuwait to make timely choices regarding the best and most cost-effective treatments that are readily available in Indian hospitals and healthcare centers.

The exhibition will also feature tourism opportunities from renowned travel companies that will help facilitate complete packages for patients and visitors. The 2-day exhibition will be open to the public free of any entry cost from 1000 hrs to 2000 hrs on 17-18 March 2019 at Radison Blu Hotel, Kuwait.