Belarus hospital US$0.5m medical tourism revenue


The hospital has around 360 patients a year, mostly from Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan. Patients seek organ transplants, heart surgery and joint replacement. Other services for medical tourists include rheumatology, gastroenterology and scans.

Belarus has a new a 30-day visa-free policy to citizens of 74 countries. The decision came into force on 27 July 2018 and expands upon the five-day visa-free policy for travellers from 80 countries launched in January 2017. Belarus started policies to simplify its visa process in April 2016.

View the IMTJ Country Profile for more analysis on in and outbound medical tourism in Belarus.



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