Cartier 1 Mai , Strada Adrian Paunescu Nr 20

(langa Andre's Hotel) , 200355 ,Craiova, Romania

0351-808.707 / (+40)770-982.559 / (+40)739-452.355

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Medical Tourism



    Fed up with long waiting times  that could take 3-6 months to see a medical specialist, to see a cardiologist doctor, a dermatologist doctor, an internal medicine doctor  then come to us for this beautiful sightseeing, make a City Break, a Holiday to visit our beautiful country and let our experienced Medical Specialist Doctors to see and help you . We are waiting you for a medical Consultation . So please Call us to make an appointment   +40770982559 or email us at

Medical tourism refers to people traveling to a country other than their own to obtain medical treatment. In the past, this usually referred to those who traveled from less-developed countries to major medical centers in highly developed countries for treatment unavailable at home. However, in recent years it may equally refer to those from developed countries who travel to developing countries for lower-priced medical treatments. The motivation may be also for medical services unavailable or non-licensed in the home country: There are differences between the medical agencies (FDA, EMA etc.) world-wide, whether a drug is approved in their country or not. Even within Europe, although therapy protocols might be approved by the European Medical Agency (EMA), several countries have their own review organizations (i.e. NICE by the NHS) in order to evaluate whether the same therapy protocol would be "cost-effective, so that patients face differences in the therapy protocols, particularly in the access of these drugs, which might be partially explained by the financial strength of the particular Health System .