Posted on :Wednesday , 18th April 2018
Private sector owned medical facilities are depending on new advanced medical technologies and the offer of specific client focused services to draw in customers from neighboring countries with the hope of boosting medical tourism.
A large portion of these medical facilities are based out of Nairobi. However another private facility has been opened in Mombasa which will cater to local as well as foreign clientele looking for treatment.
As per the new Economic Development in Africa report 2017 released by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Kenya is one of the biggest gainers from cross-border medical tourism.
Kenya attracts in a large number of travelers from Europe who are persuaded to come in by the enticing prices of these services and also by quality of constructive and reconstructive surgery in Kenya.
A large group of facilities offer these services in Kenya, with that number anticipated to rise eventually. The newest of these facilities is the Premier Hospital that has recently started operations in the Mombasa County.
This new office lies in the heart of a tourism hot spot and has additionally banded together with various consultancy services to provide foreign and local clientele with attractive offers on their services.
Medical tourism today is developing at a rate of 15 percent yearly and is is worth a staggering 50 billion dollars globally.
Mauritius, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia are the other best goals for Africans and Europeans looking for therapeutic administrations.