Delhi, India (PressExposure) April 20, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, âEmerging Medical Tourism in Turkeyâ to its report gallery. âEmerging Medical Tourism in Turkeyâ â is a study on increasing popularity of Turkey as a medical tourism destination. The global economic crisis has played a major role in the growth of medical tourism industry in Turkey.
Turkey is becoming popular destination for medical tourism especially among the European tourists. In 2008, the country received around 200,000 foreign medical tourists, an impressive 40% increase from 2007. Tourists from Europe prefer Turkey not just for lower medical costs, but also for its better healthcare infrastructure. Moreover, the strategic location of Turkey between the three continents is also proving vital to the growth of tourist arrivals in the country.
Our report âEmerging Medical Tourism in Turkeyâ provides an insight into the Turkish medical tourism industry. It evaluates the past, present and future scenario of the medical tourism market in Turkey and discusses the key factors which are making Turkey a potential medical tourism destination. This report provides strategic insight to the client, to evaluate the opportunities for their success in the medical tourism industry of Turkey. With focuses on different parameters of tourism industry, including inbound tourism, expenditure by inbound tourists, medical tourism, and healthcare infrastructure, the report gives a thorough analysis on the medical tourism industry in Turkey.
The report provides forecast on various segments of Turkeyâs medical tourism industry based on feasible tourism industry environment in the country. These include:
- International Tourist Arrivals - International Tourism Receipts - International Medical Tourism Receipts - GDP Real Growth - Population - Per Head Personal Disposable Income
The report provides an insight on key players in the medical tourism industry of Turkey, including The World Eye Hospital, Memorial Hospital, Anadolu Medical Center and Sanatolia Care.
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