The Ministry of Justice said Tuesday that it will allow more Chinese nationals to obtain multiple-entry visas or enter the country without a visa from August 1.
South Korea has set up its first tourism office in the Philippines aiming to target high- and middle-income Filipinos to explore cultural sites and booming medical tourism in that country.
Members of the Forum believe that this significant issue with its vast economic potential will generate enormous benefits for the country if efficiently and properly invested.
A group of strangers gathered in the parking lot of the Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas. There they boarded a van with Baja California, Mexico license plates that would take them to prearranged dentist and doctor’s visits in the Mexican border town of Mexic
The Consul General asked the support of the Council and the village mayors in advocating Medicare portability to the Philippines. Consul General Mangibin emphasized the benefits of the initiative to both the Philippines and the people of Guam.
China's first emergency assistance firm CSOS signed an agreement with Tibet Airlines Company Limited, to be appointed as the latter's exclusive service provider.
The two-way trade between Korea and United Arab Emirates is picking up steam rapidly this year surpassing last year's figure of US$20 billion when UAE is gearing up to diversify its non-oil industrial sector.
India's Apollo Hospitals group is set to open a clinic, information centre and telemedicine network aimed at connecting this part of the world to other experts around the world without having to travel there.
The federal government is to ban public officers from traveling abroad for medical treatment, the Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, told journalists, in Abuja, yesterday.
I first encountered people traveling for medical treatment overseas more than 20 years ago when I was working in Beijing. They came from everywhere for cosmetic surgery or other treatments.
Sheikh Hamdam, Crown Prince of Dubai summoned the top officials of various government and private sector bodies to a weekend meeting where he emphasised the need for all of them including the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and Dubai Department of Tourism to
IBA, the leading global Belgium firm in developing cutting-edge technologies, pharmaceutical and tailor-made solutions for healthcare that focus on cancer diagnosis and therapy, is looking at collaborating with Brunei to bring in the latest technology.
outh east Asian countries are striving to elevate the standard of public healthcare system and what they may need now is a stronger and effective public private partnership (PPP).
For the last few years, residents of several private apartment complexes in Penang have been forced to deal with thousands of people, mostly Indonesians,traveling there for medical tourism.
Congress is preparing for budget negotiations that will include, among other topics, the future of Medicare. Will it survive as a legal entitlement for every American who reaches a certain age?