Imagine being in a foreign country and falling ill or having an accident? You may think that arriving at the emergency room where nobody speaks your language will leave you up a creek without a paddle. Or, what happens if you’ve decided to undergo a cosmetic procedure in another country but you cannot speak the native language?
How sure can you be that you’re not going to get a new nose when you really ordered an eyebrow lift? Fortunately, there is a new angle of health care on the rise: medical tourism.