When it comes to healthcare in India and hospital services in Mumbai, every patient is bound to have a couple of questions. If you are an international patient seeking healthcare services in SevenHills Hospital, you can be rest assured that you are in safe hands.
Below, we have listed the frequently asked questions pertaining to international patient care, and we hope that they will help in making your choice and trip easy and stress-free.
With SevenHills Hospital’s international patient care services:
"We assure you of good health and medical treatments."
Our website contains all information about medical tourism in India including hospital details, accreditation, patient services, and treatment and medical procedures. Feel free to browse through our website as this will give you an opportunity to understand our hospital, our doctors and the international patient care services we provide. If you need any information apart from that mentioned therein, please feel free to contact our Medical Coordinators for complete clarifications.
You should select India for your medical treatments as the advantages for medical treatments in India include reduced costs, availability of latest medical technologies, and a growing compliance with international quality standards, as well as the fact that foreigners are less likely to face a language barrier in India. The Indian government is taking strong positive steps to address infrastructure issues that hinder the country's growth in medical tourism.
Mumbai is tagged as “the city that never sleeps”. A cosmopolitan metropolis (earlier known as Bombay), Mumbai is the largest city of India and it is also the financial capital of India. The city is very safe even in late nights, provided you are in the major areas and not in an isolated or an outskirt place. City highlights:
No. You can directly get in touch with our coordinators and in case you wish to involve your family physician or well-wishers, then they are more than welcome to get connected to SevenHills Hospital.
In such a case, we request you to elaborate on your present symptoms and conditions along with past medical history, if any, following which, we will recommend the right path to you.
We would recommend getting the summary of your records in the English language from your family doctor. In case that is not possible, we will try and do the needful.
In either of the above cases, you need to give us the contact details of the concerned person so that we can initiate and make the arrangements for you to avail cashless benefit.
You may get in touch with Ms. Archana Dubey , our International Patient Coordinator, on email@example.com or on +919821433709.
The hospital offers guest rooms/family suite/dormitories staring from 15 USD per day inside the hospital campus.
The hospital offers guest rooms/family suite/dormitories staring from 15 USD per day inside hospital campus.
Surely, he/she may avail health check-up packages with our wellness centre. Your case manager will assist you with the same.
While travelling for treatments, patients and their attendants must check their visa type [Patient: Medical Visa (MV) & Medical Attendant (MX)] for getting their visa.
Please send us scanned copies of the passports of the patient and his/her attendant so that we can issue the visa facilitation/invitation letter at the earliest, which will enable you to get a medical visa. We also request both the patient and their respective attendant to carry 8 copies each of their passport-sized photographs.
Please note as per the Government of India foreign exchange rules (FEMA) all patients/passengers travelling to India and carrying currency more than USD 5,000 or traveler’s checks more than USD 10,000 are required to declare the same as per the Customs Declaration Form (CDF) and carry with them the CDF form as proof of currency brought into the country.
If required, yes. Your case manager will arrange for your pick up after receiving your travel documents and itinerary. An international patient service team will send to you the name and contact details of the staffer and the same person will escort you to the hospital. In case you are unable to find the person, just make a call on the hospital number or to your case manager.