NTP Healthcare Medical travel agency/facilitator, India

Established in 1986, NTP Healthcare has been arranging cost effective and customised travel for patients looking for treatment in India.

NTP Healthcare Medical Concierge service offers a full 360-degree service including arranging visas, accommodation close to the hospitals in addition to your hospital appointments and second opinions offering a step by step procedure. They can offer treatment across India for a full range of treatment within their partner hospitals. Since Covid 19 they have also been able to offer remote healthcare options through the use of technology to minimise the need for travel.

Treatments provided

  • Chemotherapy

  • Cardiology

  • Ayurvedic medicine

  • Gastric Bypass

  • Gastrology

  • Liver Transplant

  • Hip Replacement

  • Urology

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Medical travel agency/facilitator

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India

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