Inbound and outbound Romanian medical tourism increasing


The number of medical tourists on both sides grew last year by 15% compared to 2013, according to the Romanian medical tourism company Seytour. Most of the foreign medical tourists that go to Romania are from Germany, Italy, France, Israel and the United Kingdom.

Inbound medical tourists seek dental treatments, ophthalmology, plastic and cosmetic surgery. They choose Romania, either due to a recommendation or due to some connection with the country.

Romanians go for medical treatment to Hungary, Turkey, Austria, Germany and Israel, to treat birth defects, traumas after accidents, cataracts, or various types of tumours and cancer.

Related link: Seytour



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