Tucson Dunn is the CEO of Medicover Hospital located in Warsaw, Poland. He was a former US Army Veteran and has had 20 years of International Healthcare Experience. Medicover is a 180-bed private general hospital which provides treatments including maternity, orthopedics, general surgery, and cardiology. They offer a full-type service to their international patients at a very reasonable and transparent pricing.
Tucson chose Poland over the other countries he has been to because of the overall friendliness of the people and the safe and excellent medical care in the country. They also boast of quality hospitals, facilities and quality hospital staff as well. Discover more about why Poland is making waves in the medical tourism industry and why many international patients are traveling there to receive medical treatment.
This interview was recorded at the World Medical Tourism Congress in Washington D.C. where John was a featured speaker in September 2014.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About Tucson Dunn’s private hospital called Medicover
- About the 20 years of International Healthcare Experience of Tucson
- How Medicover served as a gateway hospital to many famous American Hospitals to one of their patients who had a serious cardiac issue that they could not address
- Why Tucson chose Poland as a location of providing healthcare services
- The quality of their hospital and facilities and the nurses and doctors as well
- That 40% of the nurses in their hospital have Master’s degree
- Medicover accepts every insurance in America
- About the typical procedures they provide their patients
- How they provide full facilitation and service including travel, hotel, and visa arrangements
- That the prices that they charge for their hospital care is exactly Medicare prices in the US
- How their prices compare to US, India and other Southern American Countries
- The most common patients that come to their hospital to receive treatment
- The importance of hospital accreditation, volume of procedures done in a year, and the number of international patients being treated as part of his three tips
- Company Website
- Contact info: 500 900 500
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