How long is the waiting period for cochlear implant surgery in India?
There is no waiting period at all for cochlear implant surgery in India. IndiCure ensures that you get the admission and surgery at priority. While you prepare your trip for cochlear implant surgery to India, we make sure that all appointments with the surgeon are fixed, surgery room booked, stay arrangements are done so that the procedure can be started immediately upon your arrival in India for liver transplant surgery.
How many days do the patient will have to stay in India?
The patient normally requires about One and a half months in India which includes pre transplant evaluation and preparation, implant placement and rehabilitation.
Where would the patient stay after discharge from the hospital? How much would that cost?
Our association with various hotels, guest houses and serviced apartments in India allow us to offer you a variety and range of accommodation options according to your taste and budget. It can cost you between $50-150 per night depending upon your preference and budget.
What are the requirements for travelling to India for cochlear implant operation in India?
You need a medical visa to enter India, for which you need a passport valid for next six months. IndiCure shall send a letter to the Indian Consulate in your country which shall help you get medical visa on a priority basis.
How to begin to have cochlear implant in India?
You need to fill in the inquiry form along with your contact details. All medical reports of the patient need to be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
We shall guide you step by step for cochlear operation in India after you send us the inquiry form.
How can the payment be made? To whom?
The payment is to be made to the hospital directly and can be made in cash (major currencies like USD, pounds, euros etc are also accepted), traveller's cheques, credit cards or wire transfer.
How much does IndiCure charge for its services?
We do not charge anything from the patient for cochlear implant surgery in India. Our fees comes from the fees we charge the hospitals for marketing their services abroad.