Published on : Friday, September 15, 2017
Lately, a tourism report published by the Turkish Hoteliers Federation or TÜROFED highlighted that Turkey is one of the leading countries in terms of organ transplants, while the national policies of the nation enhance health tourism. The report side by side mentions that approximately two million medical tourists and $20 billion revenue are anticipated by the year 2023.
The report further shows that Turkey positions third among the nations having the highest number of Joint Commission International accredited health care organizations. In addition, Turkey is also the first choice of medical tourists visiting from countries like Germany, England and Russia.
Whereas the national policies of Turkey support medical tourism, Turkish Airlines provide substantial discounts to all medical tourists. Being one of the leading countries in face and organ transplants, Turkey is anticipated to draw in over two million visitors and earn approximately $20 billion revenue from health tourism by 2023.
The country appears as an appealing health tourism option; credit goes to the significant destinations like Istanbul and Antalya provinces in world health tourism. Besides, the presence of international pharmaceutical companies in the country makes it yet another attractive spot in the world map. It also has dependable systems requiring advanced technologies such as robotic surgery.