66 JCI-accredited hospitals in Thailand helps medical travel sector

 

The article says that while the numbers of international patients to Thailand, from the long-standing source markets in the Gulf countries are tapering off, new business is emerging from places; such as, Myanmar, Australia and Russia.

It claims that the Royal Thai Government has approved 90-day visas for patients and medical visitors from China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam as well as the GCC. The Ministry of Public Health has so far listed 118 hospitals and healthcare centres that are eligible to provide a confirmation letter to patients or visitors seeking medical treatment in Thailand.

It concludes that health and wellness is one of a number of niche markets being promoted by TAT under the umbrella marketing concept of "Amazing Thailand: Open to the New Shades." Some of the promising demographic tourist segments apparently include senior citizens, millennials and working women.

For an objective review of the medical tourism market in Thailand, visit the IMTJ County Profile.

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