Mexico continues to be one of the most popular medical tourism destinations in the world. As the CEO of a leading United States based medical provider and resource called PlacidWay, Pramod Goel seeks to increase the availability and access to Mexican destinations for travelers around the United States, most specifically Americans living in the border states of New Mexico, Texas, Arizona and California.
“We’re dedicated to providing affordable, certified and excellent medical, dental and vision care south of the border in the state of Sonora,” says Goel. “We want to make it so much easier for individuals seeking access to affordable locations in Sonora for anything ranging from cardiac surgery to bariatric and weight loss procedures, dental reconstruction or a chin lift.”
Medical providers in Mexican clinics, facilities and hospitals offer a variety of techniques and procedures for individuals seeking minimally invasive surgery. Laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery for weight loss and cardiology procedures are just as common in Mexico as in the United States. Cancer treatments, alternative medical protocols, and stem cell research and development offer individuals from the United States a wide variety of options when it comes to their medical care and choices.
PlacidWay is a forerunner in the field of international medical tourism. Goel and his staff are dedicated to providing specific and customized solutions to health and wellness problems of not only Americans, but also citizens around the world, with medical contracts and providers in over 20 countries around the world. For this reason, Goel recently launched PlacidSonora, offering medical travel, packages, destinations and resources easily available to Americans seeking care south of the border.
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