Lake Geneva, WI (PRWEB) February 22, 2011
As more and more people are learning the many benefits of traveling to Costa Rica for dental and healthcare, Costa Rican Medical Care continues to lead the way as a medical tourism provider . Using the internationally accredited (and patient-centered) providers in Costa Rica offers savings of 30% - 70% over U.S. prices. Costa Rican medical providers are reporting a 45 percent increase in patients January 2011 over last year. Some of the medical procedures done last month in Costa Rica included: knee and hip replacements, meniscus repairs, gastric sleeve and gastric bypass. Plastic surgeons are reporting cosmetic surgeries such as breast implants, face lifts, tummy tucks and lipo suction. As an example of the diversity of patients and procedures, one hospital reported that Steve came from Colorado for a meniscus repair, Tommy came from Florida for dental implants, and Phil came from New York for a gastric sleeve procedure.
Employee benefit advisosr, TPAs, health underwriters, employers, insurance advisors, self-insured groups or individuals interested in Costa Rican Medical Tourism are invited to a 60-minute Tel-Seminar entitled "Costa Rican Medical Tourism Opportunities" on Thursday, March 3rd, 2011 at 2:00 pm CST or 7:00 pm CST.
- Why Costa Rica?
- Internationally Accredited Providers & PROMED
- Interviews with Dentists, Doctors and Medical Providers
- Adding Medical Tourism as a benefit option
- The Medical Travel Summit May 2-4
- Plenty of Q & A time
"If you're considering Medical Tourism for yourself, your company or your clients, the Medical Travel Summit in Costa Rica, scheduled for May 2nd, is the only Medical Tourism conference you need to attend" said Tim Morales of Costa Rican Medical Care . "After the short flight to Costa Rica, you will visit the hospitals and dental clinics and meet the dentists, doctors and their staffs. You need to see, feel and touch the quality of care Costa Rica offers for yourself. This is something you cannot experience in a convention hall in the states."
"With healthcare costs rising in the US and Medicare benefits being slashed, offering a medical tourism option makes sense for individuals and groups alike" , says Morales.
To take advantage of this no cost tel-seminar visit Costa Rican Medical Tourism website http://www.CostaRicanMedicalTourism.com to register.