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United Arab Emirates
Central location and culturally-friendly care
View of Burj Al Arab
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates or states, bordered by Oman and Saudi Arabia. Once considered a desert wasteland, the UAE has mushroomed over the past two decades into an international blend of Eastern and Western-style commerce and tourism. On the healthcare front...
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Betty P., Illinois
I am a registered nurse with specialties (board certification) in infection control and gerontology. I have been to Costa Rica on five occasions for surgery.
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A number of factors contribute to the popularity of overseas destinations for plastic surgery patients. Most important is the reluctance of most health insurance companies and national health programs to cover the costs of elective procedures undertaken for aesthetic reasons.
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Reception, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital
A JCI-accredited institution that opened in 2007 as Dubai Healthcare City's first hospital, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital treats more than 5,100 outpatients and nearly 150 inpatients annually.
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Patients Beyond Borders tells how to plan and budget for medical care abroad and how to find the best doctors and hospitals.
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