Treatment Abroad Medical tourism portal in Berkhamsted, United Kingdom

Treatment Abroad was the first medical tourism portal for people seeking information on cosmetic surgery, dentistry, infertility treatment and hospital treatment abroad.

The site was launched in 2005 and has established a worldwide reputation. It incorporates a “Guide to Medical Tourism”, price comparisons, patient stories, videos, and destination guides.

Travelling abroad to receive medical treatment is becoming more popular as affordable prices and high standards attract patients from the UK to countries who can offer quality healthcare at significant cost savings.

As the demand increases, so more medical tourism companies and agencies are appearing. The introduction of the European Directive on Cross Border Healthcare can enable UK patients to receive funding from the NHS for treatment received in other EU countries.

Find out more about treatment abroad in the Articles and News sections, and read the experiences of others in the Patient Stories section. You can also learn about the provision of the treatments themselves and review popular destinations for medical travel.

Below are some examples of how the Treatment Abroad site can help you navigate the complexities of getting treatment abroad at affordable prices.

Visit Treatment Abroad for more information.

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Medical tourism portal


3 Churchgates
Church Lane
United Kingdom

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