“This is going to make us the biggest Medical Tourism facilitator in Vietnam,” says George Adams, C.E.O of Medical Tourism, in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hanoi, Vietnam., 28 May, 2019 — “This is going to make us the biggest Medical Tourism facilitator in Vietnam,” says George Adams, C.E.O of Medical Tourism, in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Over the weekend Medical Tourism Vietnam launched their two new websites www.Vietnamdentalclinics.com & www.dentalclinicsvietnam.co to cater for the increase in online traffic to these sights from all spectrums of the Vietnam Travel Industry.
It was also announced at the same time that Medical Tourism Vietnam had entered into agreements with Santal Spas, Hanoi (www.santalspa.com) & Vietnam Visa On Arrival (www.vietnamvisavoa.com) While many foreigners are drawn to Vietnam for cheaper or inexpensive dental or medical treatments there exists a market for outbound referrals to foreign Hospitals like Artemis in India or Gleneagles in Kuala Lumpur to this end Medical Tourism Vietnam has also announced agreements being set in place with both these organizations.
The partnership has been signed with an aim to strategic promotion of Artemis Hospitals by Medical Tourism Vietnam in Vietnam. “Our partnership will bring huge benefits to both Medical Tourism Vietnam and Artemis Hospitals”, says George Adam, the CEO of Medical Tourism Vietnam.
Mr. Adams commented on the broad partnership with Vietnam Visa VOA to bring trouble free Visa services for people visiting Vietnam. Medical Tourism Vietnam sought the partnership in order to provide the trouble-free experience for clients while Vietnam Visa VOA will expand its target customer base.
This partnership will help in eliminating the challenges faced by flyers to get a Visa. “More and More of our clients have inquired about Visa procedures”, George Adam, CEO – Medical Tourism Vietnam. As stated, “Medical Tourism Vietnam is committed towards creating a traveling experience that is as easy as possible and partnership with Vietnam Visa VOA is a one step closer in achieving that commitment”.
Getting a Visa is a long procedure which can be confusing and daunting for first time international Medical Tourists and Travellers. “Visa regulation differ for different countries, this adds to difficulty for travellers, which we wanted to scale down” said George Adams.
“Medical Tourism Vietnam is a leader in medical tourism industry and with this partnership we will expand our market share with rise in daily Visa process”