Angel Medcare                801, Emerald Greens,                         Sector- 38,       Opposite Medanta the Medicity,...
Angel MedcareProposal for Partnership in relation to  Overseas Medical Treatment (India)
About Medical Tourism              Medical tourism (also known as medical travel,                    health tourism or glo...
Why India….India is a perfect destination for medical tourism or “Global Healthcare as it is   increasingly called...” tha...
Treatments in India   Cardiology – bypass surgery   Organ transplants   Diabetes   Orthopedics surgeries – Arthritis, ...
Facilities in Indian hospitals….Besides best of doctors’ teams available, the hospitals provide quality of service   in ev...
Other benefits   India has world class corporate hospitals and excellent treatment Centres in    the world.   Hospital i...
Confederation of Indian Industry ( CII) - Report McKinsey & Co. study.–“Healthcare in India : The Road Ahead” Report - 1.3...
   CII has a certification system and has already approved 30 of its 120    hospital members. Under the CII system, certi...
World Health Organization : Report    India’s medical tourism sector is a growing source of foreign exchange as     well ...
Why Delhi NCR…..Gurgaon as part of Delhi NCR has recently emerged as the latest hub for  Medical Tourism. Apart from being...
News from Press..   Iraqi boy can walk again, thanks to Gurgaon doctorsGURGAON: Omar (19), an Iraqi boy, who was diagnose...
Success rate of major surgeries in India…   Liver -94- 95 %   Cardiac - 99%   Renal - 99%   Orthopedic – Joint replace...
Our Doctors..Dr.Naresh Trahan – Cardiology   Qualification : M.B.B.S. K.G. Medical College Lucknow, 1968 U.P,India    • D...
Dr.Vijay Kher – Renal (Kidney) Medicine    Qualification : Clinical Fellowship 1980-81 Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, US...
Dr.A.K.Soin -Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant SurgeonQualification : MBBS(AIIMS), MS (AIIMS), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glas), ...
Advantage India   –      Comparative rates              Price in USD ($)               Surgery              $US      India...
Medical Tour in India
Current Scenario                                                      Medical tourism industry is growing leaps and       ...
Statistics of Patient Inflow to India..
The Proposition                                     You                  Angel Medcare        Patient                     ...
What you can expect from us  Single point of contact for all our   interactions with you and your patients.  24x7 availa...
Services – Pre Treatment               Appointment     Scheduling with doctors               Treatment    Packages in ad...
Services – During Treatment Airport   Pick Up in air-conditioned vehicles Hotel   Reservations Language    Interpreters...
Services – Post  TreatmentStay arrangements at guest house/hotels as per choice, during therecuperative periodConcierge ...
Contact us……               Angel Medcare               801, Emerald Greens,               Sec 39, Opposite Medanta the Med...
Experience Indian hospitality and warmthwith state-of-the-art healthcare services
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Angel Medcare is a Medical Tourism Company based in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR.
Delhi NCR, is emerging as one of the top medical tourism destinations in India, with professional experts, technological sophistication and health care services that easily match the best in the world. Its reputation as the global technology hub and cosmopolitan city has made it a prominent health care destination for foreigners from developed as well as developing countries.

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  1. 1. Angel Medcare 801, Emerald Greens, Sector- 38, Opposite Medanta the Medicity, Gurgaon -122001 Haryana, India Your Partners for Health……
  2. 2. Angel MedcareProposal for Partnership in relation to Overseas Medical Treatment (India)
  3. 3. About Medical Tourism Medical tourism (also known as medical travel, health tourism or global healthcare) is a rapidly-growing practice of traveling across international borders to get quality & economic health care.
  4. 4. Why India….India is a perfect destination for medical tourism or “Global Healthcare as it is increasingly called...” that combines health treatment with visits to some of the most alluring and awe-inspiring places of the world. A growing number of patients are flocking in large numbers because of the superlative medical care, equipments and facilities that India offers. More and more foreigners from Europe and US are now heading towards India for not just cosmetic treatment but even for complex surgeries. Chief cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon at the Fortis group of hospitals Vivek Javali who has performed more than 15,000 surgeries and is known as the father of invasive cardiac surgery in India, says that the economics of healthcare globally, tilted the scales of medical tourism in favour of countries like India. Healthcare experts have pegged medical tourism market in India go notch the $2 billion a year by 2012. An estimated 150,000 people travel to India for low-priced healthcare procedures every year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Atn7DMOokYM&feature=relat ed
  5. 5. Treatments in India Cardiology – bypass surgery Organ transplants Diabetes Orthopedics surgeries – Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Joint replacements Spine surgeries and treatments Oncology Dental procedures Prosthesis Cosmetic /Plastic/Reconstructive surgeries for burns and wounds Gynecology – IVF- Infertility treatments, Fibroids Non invasive and Minimal invasive surgeries Laparoscopic and Robotic surgeries……….and many more…
  6. 6. Facilities in Indian hospitals….Besides best of doctors’ teams available, the hospitals provide quality of service in everything …. State of art operation theaters ( 40) in numbers, to avoid in delay of treatment or surgeries Best of medicines and infrastructure like MRI, CT scan and Imaging available Separate emergency for cardiac patients for special care. Blood Bank facility Fully equipped Lab for all lab tests Fully equipped air conditioned rooms with options available for star, deluxe, and executive facilities. Single occupancy, double occupancy and general Kitchens equipped with food options for all international patients as per doctors’ advice 24 hr ambulance service for pick and drop for patients TPA/Insurance cover for international patients 24 hr cafeteria for patients’ families and relatives Internet facility, phone and separate TV for each admitted patient 24 hr nurse, housekeeping and doctors available for patient’s comfort 24 hr taxi service for patient and his family
  7. 7. Other benefits India has world class corporate hospitals and excellent treatment Centres in the world. Hospital infrastructure & technology on par with USA, UK & other European countries No waiting period Overall Success rate – India -- 98.7% -- US – 97.5% Immediate attention / treatment / surgery Best Nursing / Post operative Care with compassion Language no barrier – English speaking staff / translators available Low cost (1/10th), high quality, affordable best healthcare
  8. 8. Confederation of Indian Industry ( CII) - Report McKinsey & Co. study.–“Healthcare in India : The Road Ahead” Report - 1.3 million medical tourists visit Asia / year Nos. of US patients seeking cheaper care abroad - grew to 7,10,000 / year Over 1, 50,000 medical tourists travelled to India in 2002 bringing in earnings of $ 300 million. 2006-07 > 3,00000 Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) produced a study on the country’s medical tourism sector, in collaboration with international management consultants, McKinsey & Company, which outlined immense potential for the sector India hosts medical tourists from industrialized countries, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, but also from its neighbours Bangladesh, China and Pakistan.
  9. 9.  CII has a certification system and has already approved 30 of its 120 hospital members. Under the CII system, certified hospitals must agree to limit charges to foreigners as part of a dual pricing-system that offers domestic patients lower prices. Non-resident Indian medical tourists are charged the same as any others from abroad. Still, even these lower prices are too high for the vast majority of India’s 1.1 billion population. The CII group, which also has an ethical code for member hospitals, is establishing a regulatory framework for its own members. CII lawyers are also drawing up a standard contract to ensure that any litigation, arising from treatment, is dealt with in Indian courts. Currently, neither medical tourists nor Indian patients can take their cases to Indian courts. Their only recourse is India’s State and National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commissions.
  10. 10. World Health Organization : Report India’s medical tourism sector is a growing source of foreign exchange as well as prestige and goodwill outside the country. Having supported medical tourism’s rapid growth, the government is under pressure to find ways to make the sector of benefit to public health services that are used by most of India’s 1.1 billion population. Indian consulates and missions abroad face a growing number of inquiries about “M” or medical visas. The Indian Ministry of Tourism’s 13 overseas offices are stocked with information for those intending to travel to India for medical treatment. The new M-visas are valid for a year and are issued for companions too. A wide-range of services are on offer. Ministry of tourism brochures advertise cardiac surgery, minimally invasive surgery, oncology services, orthopaedics and joint replacement, and holistic health care, provided by about 45 hospitals promoted as “centres of excellence”. Health tourism is often hailed as a sector where developing countries, such as India, have huge potential due to their comparative advantage based on providing world-class treatment at low prices combined with attractive resorts for convalescence.
  11. 11. Why Delhi NCR…..Gurgaon as part of Delhi NCR has recently emerged as the latest hub for Medical Tourism. Apart from being IT hub and a favorite haunt for MNC offices, the city has a number of world class hospitals that not only treat Indian citizens but also people from outside.Medical tourism has emerged a prolific business in India. Due to the rising cost of medical care in foreign nations like USA, UK, and other European countries, people from outside countries are relying on Indian medical care as they are pocket friendly and high quality. Indian Medicare standards are well recognized throughout the world. India has medical experts in all the fields and a track record of successfully handling diseases and treatments.Gurgaon also offers a number of service apartment facilities where patients can stay in case of long treatment or follow-ups. These apartments are equipped with international living standards so that patients find home away from home.Medical tourism is pulling a lot of foreign citizens to Gurgaon. World class hospitals like Artemis, Medicity, Paras, Fortis, Max, are well-equipped to offer foreign patients the desired treatment and nursing. So this millennium city holds a lot of potential when it comes to offering Medicare of International standards.http://www.gurgaonsite.com/medical-tourism-in-gurgaon.html
  12. 12. News from Press.. Iraqi boy can walk again, thanks to Gurgaon doctorsGURGAON: Omar (19), an Iraqi boy, who was diagnosed with an aggressive bone tumor in his left thigh and informed his leg would have to be amputated, has found a new lease of life in India. While he and his family had lost all hope of saving his leg, after undergoing a complicated surgery at a private hospital in Gurgaon recently Omar is not only free from disease but is now able to use both his legs again. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/Iraqi-boy-can-walk- again-thanks-to-Gurgaon-doctors/articleshow/8112160.cms Medical melody: Interpreters attract global patients with personal care GURGAON: With the increasing number of international patients in city’s five-star hospitals, the demand for qualified interpreters or translators has gone up. Interpreters offer personalized services to international patients and have emerged as one of the most essential links between doctors and patients. To cash on medical tourism boom, all the major tertiary care hospitals including Max, Alchemist, Artemis and Paras have set up exclusive international patient services divisions, manned by interpreters with vast experience in service industry, to offer end-to-end services. These communications experts offer personalized care to international patients. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/Medical- melody-Interpreters-attract-global-patients-with-personal- care/articleshow/8137895.cms
  13. 13. Success rate of major surgeries in India… Liver -94- 95 % Cardiac - 99% Renal - 99% Orthopedic – Joint replacement -99% Neurology – 90% Spine treatments – 90% Dental – 90% Cosmetic/Reconstructive surgery – 95% Oncology /Cancer–success rate differs as it is patient specific
  14. 14. Our Doctors..Dr.Naresh Trahan – Cardiology Qualification : M.B.B.S. K.G. Medical College Lucknow, 1968 U.P,India • Diplomat, American Board of Surgery, U.S.A 1977 • Diplomat, American Board of Cardiothoracic Surgery No. of surgeries a month – more than 150 Dr.Ashok Rajgopal -Orthopedics Qualification : M.B.B.S. : Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, Pune University 1974. M.S.Orth : All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi 1979. M.Ch.Orth : University of Liverpool 1983. FIMSA : International Medical Sciences Academy 1996. No. of surgeries a month : approx. 55 to 60Dr. Rajesh Ahlawat – Urology Qualification :M.Ch. (Urology) May 1986 All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. M.N.A.M.S. May 1982 National Board of Examination, New Delhi, India. M.S. (Surgery) Dec. 1980 King George’s Medical College, Lucknow, India M.B.B.S. Dec. 1976 King George’s Medical College, Lucknow, India. No. of surgeries a month – 30 – 35
  15. 15. Dr.Vijay Kher – Renal (Kidney) Medicine Qualification : Clinical Fellowship 1980-81 Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, USA Nephrology & Hypertension 1981-83 Univ. of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. • DNB (Nephro) 1980 National Boards, India. • DM (Nephro) 1979 PGIMER, Chandigarh. • MD (Int.Med) 1977 PGIMER, Chandigarh. • MBBS 1973 Glancy Medical College, Amritsar ,Punjab No. of patients : average 250 -300Dr.Tejinder Kataria – Oncology and Radiation Qualification : • Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla, India. Radiation Oncology Residency • Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India. • Cookridge Hospital, Leeds, UK. • Royal Marsden Hospital, UK • Christie and Holt Radium Institute, UKNo. of Patients a month : approx 200- 300Dr.Rajiv Parekh – Vascular surgeriesQualification : 1982 MBBS Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi. 1986 MS (Surgery) Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi 1987 FRCS Royal College of Surgeons, United KingdomNo.of surgeries a month: 80 – 100
  16. 16. Dr.A.K.Soin -Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant SurgeonQualification : MBBS(AIIMS), MS (AIIMS), FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Glas), FRCS (Transplant Surgery)-Cambridge, UK No.of surgeries a month : approx 95 -100Dr.A.N.Jha – Department of NeurosciencesMedical School - Armed Forces Medical College, University of Poona, India Surgical Residencies • Lady Hardinge Medical College, University of Delhi, India • Manchester, U K Surgical / Surgical Neurology Fellowship • F.R.C.S. Edinburgh, UK • F.R.C.S.( Surgical Neurology), Edinburgh, UK No. of surgeries a month: approx 55-60Dr.Rama Joshi :GynecologyQualification : M.B.B.S. and M.S. (Obst. & Gynae) from S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur. Fellow in Gynae Oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai and a UICC Fellow at BGH, Buffalo, NY (USA).Trained at the Comprehensive Cancer Centre, University of Michigan (USA) and University of Lyon (France). No.of surgeries a month : approx – 100 - 125
  17. 17. Advantage India – Comparative rates Price in USD ($) Surgery $US India Singapore Thailand Heart Bypass 144000 8500 13500 24000 Angioplasty 57000 5000 11200 13000 Heart Valve 170000 9000 12500 11000 Replacement Hip Replacement 50000 5800 9200 12000 Hip Resurfacing 50000 8000 12100 16000 Knee 50000 6200 11000 10000 Replacement Spinal Fusion 100000 5500 9000 7000 Dental Implant 2000- 700 2900 3000 10000 Lap Band 30000 7500 12000 12000 Breast Implants 10000 4500 5400 4500 Rhinoplasty 8000 3500 2700 3400 Face Lift 15000 5000 5000 6600 Hysterectomy 15000 2300 6000 4500
  18. 18. Medical Tour in India
  19. 19. Current Scenario Medical tourism industry is growing leaps and bounds and is estimated to be US $ 40 billion. Asia – Worth US $4 billion by 2012 India – Worth US $2.2 billion by 2012Source: McKinsey and CII report on medical tourism.
  20. 20. Statistics of Patient Inflow to India..
  21. 21. The Proposition You Angel Medcare Patient  You will get to be a  You will help us in The patient will avail part of a growing building your strong top class treatment industry. network. from best doctors and world class accredited hospitals.  We provide a  By promoting complete treatment Angel Medcare you will get to be a A single point of package to your brand in it self. contact will provide patients at affordable comprehensive costs. coordination and  Be a part of facilitation to the Angel Medcare  You will find a International patient. team trustworthy partner We will manage the in Angel Medcare. complete trip so the  Partners on  You will find absolute profit sharing patient doesn’t have basis to worry about transparency in our anything. dealings  Angel Medcare representative  You will be a share- office holder of the profits with us.
  22. 22. What you can expect from us  Single point of contact for all our interactions with you and your patients.  24x7 availability for any issue resolution.  Appropriate commissions/ financial remuneration.  We can support you in various India based activities.
  23. 23. Services – Pre Treatment Appointment Scheduling with doctors Treatment Packages in advance, basis reports sent by patients. Visa Assistance Travel & ticketing services if required Hotel Reservations Registration with FRO office Foreign Exchange facilities
  24. 24. Services – During Treatment Airport Pick Up in air-conditioned vehicles Hotel Reservations Language Interpreters Express Check In through dedicated International Patient Lounge In house Business Centre Choice of International Cuisine International Newspapers & internet access in rooms Dedicated International Executive during your entire stay for all your medical & non-medical needs Ambulance Pick up, if required
  25. 25. Services – Post TreatmentStay arrangements at guest house/hotels as per choice, during therecuperative periodConcierge Services for dining & EntertainmentFollow Up assistance for future appointment scheduling after dischargePost Operative Support like Yoga, Physiotherapy, Meditation etc.Personal TranslatorCity Guide, Shopping Guide
  26. 26. Contact us…… Angel Medcare 801, Emerald Greens, Sec 39, Opposite Medanta the Medicity, Gurgaon -122001 Haryana, India www.angelmedcare.com Shilpi – 9810350769 Sumeet - 9999310819 +91 (0124) 4119153, 4370326 Email: shilpig75@gmail.com crm@angelmedcare.com Skype : sumeetg71
  27. 27. Experience Indian hospitality and warmthwith state-of-the-art healthcare services

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