IRCTC to Enter Health Sector: Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) i.e. IRCTC provides many facilities to the passengers in the railways. Apart from this, it keeps bringing many types of packages in the tourism sector as well. According to the report published in the Economic Times, now IRCTC is going to work in the health sector as well. Every year a large number of people from many countries of Asia come to India for treatment. In such a situation, IRCTC is planning to enter the medical tour sector (IRCTC Medical Tour) so that there is no problem in showing these people to the doctor and getting their treatment done.
India is a big hub of medical tourism industry
It is noteworthy that every year many citizens from countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar etc. come to India for treatment of themselves and their relatives. According to the statistics of 2019, every year about 6.97 lakh people come to India on Medical Visa. In such a situation, the medical tour package of IRCTC will be very beneficial for these people. 6 percent of the medical tourism of the whole world comes from the medical tourism of India. In such a situation, this medical tourism tour of IRCTC can prove to be very helpful for such people.
Patients’ needs will be taken care of
Let us tell you that IRCTC Medical Tour Package (IRCTC Medical Tour Details) will be planned according to the needs of the patients. In this, full care will be taken of the needs, budget and comfort of the patients. Giving information on this matter, IRCTC has said that the travel and tourism partner of the Railways has recently started a medical package for its passengers.
In this package, IRCTC patients travel from one city to another, ticket booking, cab booking, hotel booking for all the places to stay, as well as hospital visits and different tests. Transportation facility will be available in this package to get it done. The special thing is that in this package special care will be taken for both the budget and the comfort of the patient.
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