Participate in the IMTJ Medical Tourism Climate Survey 2016


Funded and operated by International Medical Travel Journal, the annual Medical Tourism Climate Survey provides insight into the current state of the medical tourism market and the issues and challenges for the future of the industry

We want your input in 2016. Whether you run a hospital, a clinic or a medical tourism agency, or whether you provide services into the medical tourism sector, your views are important. As a reward for your participation, you will receive a free PDF copy of the summary report of this year’s survey.

The survey must be completed online by Monday 26th September. It will only take 5-10 minutes of your time.

Complete the medical tourism climate survey:

The results of the survey will be published on 9th October at the International Medical Travel Exhibition and Congress (IMTEC) 2016 in Dubai.

Fill the void!

The survey will help to fill the vacuum of information in the marketplace and will provide some real data on which hospitals, clinics and businesses can make decisions about the future. The more people who participate, the more valuable will be the results.  

Complete the medical tourism climate survey:


Your answers will be kept confidential, and the compiled report will not identify the answers given by individuals or organisations. 


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