Nigerians are flocking to India for health care and it’s no wonder. Nigeria has one of the poorest health care systems on the continent of Africa, and thousands of individuals die on a yearly basis from preventable illnesses. Says a medical director of one of the poor countries major health care centers, “We have no immunization system.” In addition to lack of proper immunizations and vaccinations for the countries inhabitants (approximately 20% coverage according to the World Health Organization), the country has no organized health care system. Life expectancy is an average of roughly 46 years and infant mortality rates are horrifying.
People in Nigeria die of minor illnesses. Availability to medications and a healthier lifestyle would make all the difference in the world, but such simple remedies are not available in one of the poorest and corrupt countries in the world. More Nigerians are venturing to locations like India to receive quality and affordable health care.
India offers medical travelers from around the world, and desperate Nigerians, state-of-the-art technology in all medical fields, including cardiac care, orthopedics, vision and dental care. PlacidWay provides a portal for such care, with carefully researched treatments and facilities that offer Nigerians and other travelers the information they need to make educated and informed decisions regarding basic health care and then some.
Indian physicians, surgeons and facilities offer certified and accredited care for individuals of all ages, and many such healthcare providers and facilities like Artemis Health Institute in Gurgaon are trained in the U.S. and UK. For the best in care, at affordable pricing, India offers convenience, quality and expert and affordable medical care for all.abroad