Published On - 08 Jun, 2019
Team Prime Global Medicare visits Nepal to discuss strategic alliances with respect to medical tourism between India and Nepal.
Currently every year there are thousands of people who visit India from Nepal for medical treatments.
However, there is no proper support to guide these patients on the treatments and help them connect to the hospitals even before they travel to India.
On their 3 day visit (3/Jun/19 - 5/Jun/19), they met various dignitaries of the Nepal medical community including Dr. Bharat Pradhan (Director, Kathmandu Model Hospital and Executive Director, Public Health Concern Trust, Nepal), Dr. Saroj Prasad Dhital (Director, Center for Rural Health Care and Telemedicine), Dr. Toran K.C. of Nepal Mediciti (Nepal's top super speciality hospital) and Mr. Rajendra Prasad Pande (Chairman, Manmohan Memorial Medical College Teaching Hospital)
They were also honored by the presence of Mr. Pashupati Choglani (Member of Parliament, Communist Party of Nepal).
These meetings were part of Prime Global Medicare's long term vision of sharing India's quality medical infrastructure with the world.
Prime Global Medicare is one of India's top emerging medical tourism companies and provides services like remote consultation, treatment and travel assistance (medical visas, hospital and doctor appointments) and follow-up and post-treatment assistance.