MedicW Medical travel agency/facilitator, USA

MedicW is a medical tourism facilitator based in Texas, USA. With the founding belief that everyone should have the right to receive medical treatment at a fair price, they help their customers to connect with internationally accredited hospitals and clinics worldwide, as well as providing information about the various medical packages and prices available.

The multidisciplinary team at MedicW has extensive experience in the health sector and excellent contacts with the major international health institutions. With their support, clients are able to make informed decisions about where to get medical treatment at savings of up to 70% compared to US prices without compromising on quality

Treatments available at MedicW include bariatric surgery, dental implants and veneers, spinal fusion, hip replacement, knee replacement, hair transplant, breast augmentation surgery, face-lift, rhinoplasty, tummy tuck, Brazilian Butt Lift, liposuction, IVF and stem cell therapy.

Treatments provided

  • Porcelain veneer
  • Crown - Full porcelain - zirconium (e.g. PROCERA or LAVA)
  • Bridge (4 tooth bridge, 2 implants)
  • Bridge (12 tooth bridge, 4 implants)
  • Bridge (12 tooth bridge, 6 implants)
  • Crowns (8 Zirconium crowns)

  • Hair transplantation - Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) - 3,000 grafts
  • Tummy tuck
  • Liposuction

  • In-vitro fertilisation (IVF)

+ Add your organisation to IMTJ

Get full access to the most reliable numbers available on medical tourism

  • 192 country profiles: News, opinion, info and stats on in and outbound medical travel
  • FREE Enhanced Profile in the IMTJ Medical Travel Directory
  • Exclusive article archive: Full access to hundreds of articles providing insightful opinion and commentary from industry experts including Keith Pollard and Ian Youngman
  • 20% OFF selected reports
  • + much more

Organisation type

Medical travel agency/facilitator



Contact details

Medical tourism news and opinion

  • Europe travel – no return to ‘normal’

    People will become more concerned and aware and will search for more responsible travel practices, concluded the Bled Strategic Forum on “The Future of European Tourism” held in Slovenia this […]

  • South Korea opens to EU and Schengen Area travellers

    South Korea has lifted entry restrictions on people from EU and Schengen Area countries. The majority of inbound medical tourists are however from China, Russia and Asian countries where the borders […]

  • EU Covid certificate: the global standard?

    Are we getting closer to rebuilding global travel? The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has recently urged countries to make the EU Digital COVID Certificate (the DCC) their global […]

Read more on LaingBuisson News