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HCM City to bring Vietnam’s healthcare to the world

The combination of lower costs and highly skilled doctors is one of the reasons why an increasing number of foreigners and Vietnamese expatriates are seeking medical care in Vietnam.

HCM City looks to effectively develop medical tourism

Healthcare and medical tourism products in Ho Chi Minh City are based on a system of 131 hospitals, both public and private.

Healthcare tourism - untapped potential in Vietnam

Medical tourism has emerged as a major trend around the world as the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental pollution have caused people to pay more attention to their health. 

The forgotten field with USD billion potential

With natural conditions and advantages of traditional medicine, Vietnam has great potential for developing wellness tourism.

Wellness tourism a gold mine for Vietnam to exploit

About 350,000 foreigners came to Vietnam in 2018 to obtain medical treatment, bringing $2 billion in turnover to the country, not to mention the money travelers spent on healthcare services during their trips.

Fostering medical tourism on the agenda of health ministry conference

S. Sokunthea, a 38-year-old Cambodian, was brought to Vietnam for treatment at the City International Hospital in HCM City.

HCM City promotes medical tourism

Nguyen M., a 61 year-old overseas Vietnamese from Sweden, typically received treatment for his heart disease in Europe. But on a recent trip to Viet Nam, persuaded by the qualifications of Vietnamese doctors

Developing medical tourism: better late than never

VietNamNet Bridge - Medical tourism can bring huge incomes to countries, but it has not been properly exploited in Vietnam.

More foreigners come for medical tourism

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Health said the number of foreign patients treated by medical facilities in the country surged last year, bringing foreign currency earnings of some US$1 billion.