300,000 foreign patients treated in Vietnam


The article says that healthcare services provided to foreigners included dentistry, vascular intervention and oncology.  It quotes Vietnam Minister of Health, Nguyễn Thị Kim Tiến, saying that the quality of healthcare services at many hospitals had improved and that prices are cheaper than in other countries. Tiến also said that they are trying to attract more expats for health examinations and treatment and reduce the number of Vietnamese people going abroad for treatment.

The article claims several hospitals in Vietnam, such as Chợ Rẫy Hospital and HCM City University Medical Centre have many ‘5-star rooms and doctors with high expertise’. It also says that the second facility at Bạch Mai Hospital and Việt Nam-Germany Hospital is under construction with international standard designs.

For a more detailed analysis of the medical travel sector in Vietnam, visit the IMTJ Country Profile.



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