MedTrava partners with Hospital Clinica Biblica in Costa Rica

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    The MedTrava Group, a Texan medical tourism agency, has partnered with Hospital Clinica Biblica in Costa Rica to offer patients seeking overseas health care a high-quality, low-cost health care option that is only a few hours away from the US.

    MedTrava offers all-inclusive medical, cosmetic and dental packages at savings of 50-80% over the skyrocketing costs of healthcare in the US. Based in Austin, Texas, the company has assembled a network of pre-screened, internationally accredited healthcare providers around the globe.

    Poonam Dhawan of MedTrava says, “We are growing our network with providers that have the solid understanding and infrastructure to serve foreign patients and enable us to offer a greater selection of health care options of top quality medical care at substantially low prices – a welcome reprieve for our uninsured, underinsured and even insured clients. Adding JCI-accredited Clinica Biblica to our network gives our patients another option that lives up to the high quality control standards. Given its proximity to the US and Canada, Costa Rica is an attractive medical tourism destination.”

    Providing a comprehensive set of door-to-door services, the agency organizes every aspect of the patient’s medical journey overseas, from connecting with them with qualified providers, arranging the travel details, and even ensuring a personal patient care manager to assist the patient at the medical destination.

    Hospital Clinica Biblica offers patients a wide variety of leading-edge medical procedures and treatments at affordable prices, just two and a half hours from Miami. It is an internationally accredited hospital based in San Jose, Costa Rica.

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