launches digital medical tourism destinations guides

The most comprehensive online source for medical tourism information,, has launched a series of digital guides that provide detailed information about 16 popular medical tourism destinations. The destinations in the range so far include: Thailand, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Malaysia, Panama, Greece, India, Hungary, and many more.

This new range of brochures will aim to give consumers a clear and comprehensive overview of the aforementioned destinations. They include information on popular places to go for treatment, visa requirements, local medical standards, the sort of medical technology available, the options for different treatments and procedures and the lists of accredited health care facilities that are helpfully split up into sections to make it easy to find the information the reader is looking for. has quickly grown since its launch in 2012 to become the most popular medical tourism portal and blog for consumers. This rapid growth was achieved through the site's expansive range of information that covers all aspects of medical tourism. With frequent new blog posts, an e-newsletter, RSS feeds and now this range of digital brochures, myMEDholiday allows consumers to be highly informed of medical travel choices.

"We're extremely proud of our rapid growth," said Jidapa Julakasilp, Managing Director at myMEDholiday. "We feel that it's our duty as a leading medical tourism site to provide consumers with all the information they need in order to make the best health care choices for themselves." She added that, "our new range of 16 in-depth destination e-brochures will enable consumers to gather information and make choices a lot easier and quicker, and we hope it will relieve some stress at what can be a very difficult time."

The guides for each of the 16 destinations can be downloaded by going to, going to the destinations section and selecting the country of interest. Once on the destination page, an email address and country of residence will need to be entered. The brochure will then be available to download online, and users will also receive an email notification for later downloading and viewing.



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