Medicine in Germany

The medical tourism industry in Germany has gained more and more importance over the last few years.

According to German National Tourist Bond, every year German hospitals welcome around 100.000 foreign patients from all over the world (medical tourism).
The increasing globalization of medical tourism is fascinating.

Today, it has become quite commonplace to combine an annual vacation abroad with medical tourism.

    • The label 'made in Germany' ..

.. has always been a token of reliability and high quality,
the German medical service (medical tourism) being no exception.

Scientific community and medical technology sector in Germany enjoy generous support by the government,
which allows maintaining the highest standards and a steady development level of medical science in Germany.

      • The second reason for choosing medical tourism in Germany.. a high qualification level of German physicians.

    University graduates in Germany are often distinguished for their excellent education. Medical studies in Germany last for about 6 years and
    contain multiple educational stages, namely, a preclinical and two clinical phases as well as a practical year.

    Germans belong to the leading specialists in different areas of modern medicine (medical tourism),
    ranging from plastic surgery to cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Due to regular control by the governmental institutions in Germany, the standards of patient care and hygiene in Germany rank among the best in the world.
This is another advantage of medical tourism in Germany.
In order to provide a pleasant and comfortable stay for their patients, German clinics offer clean, cozy and well-equipped rooms that meet the needs of the most demanding guests.
Some clinics also arrange accommodation for the relatives, who want to support their near and dears.

Medical tourism in Germany also means professional care by competent and friendly staff.
Moreover, to ensure a proper and smooth communication with foreign patients (medical tourism), German hospitals either employ multilingual personnel or provide an interpreter service.