Medical Tourism Continues to Grow in Costa Rica

Global Health Voyager Inc., a full service Web-based medical tourism company, has signed an agreement with the oldest private hospital in Costa Rica, Clinica...

Medical Tourism in Costa Rica: Cosmetic Surgery

Costa Rica has more to it than just beautiful scenery. It has a thriving medical economy and one that is considerably more affordable than popular destinations such as the USA and Europe.

The Medical Tourism Industry Showed its Strength

On April 26th, 2010, 450 health service providers from 15 Latin American countries gathered at the Ramada Herradura Hotel Convention Center to participate in...
Bocas es Amor

Bocas Del Toro, Puerto Viejo’s favorite Neighbor

Many visitors that come to the Puerto Viejo Region of the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica also travel to Bocas del Toro, Panama. Bocas is...

Puerto Viejo Costa Rica Escape

This is a great video featuring Puerto Viejo, one of the best spots on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. https://youtu.be/Y_C04A5ylqo For more TCRN travel info...

Medical Tourism: a comparison

Experts claim the phenomenon of medical tourism is comparable to how competition changed the U.S. auto industry. “More people are engaging in medical tourism because...

Medical Tourism and Healthcare in Costa Rica: Part IV

What is the quality of Costa Rica’s healthcare system? The short answer is very good. It might come as a surprise to many, but a...

Costa Rica Leads the Way in Ecotourism

A world leader in ecotourism, Costa Rica is a country that promotes nature conservation instead of the ruthless exploitation of natural resources, and wildlife-watching...

Medical Tourism and Healthcare in Costa Rica: Part III

Why would someone from a developed country like the U.S. or Canada go to a developing country like Costa Rica for medical care? Quality! The third...

Medical Tourism and Healthcare in Costa Rica: Part II

Why would someone from a developed country like the U.S. or Canada go to a developing country like Costa Rica for medical care? There are...
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