Our experienced medical travel experts organise everything in our all-inclusive Medical Travel Packages at the lowest prices guaranteed. Our complete packages include:
World Orthopaedic Medical Travel Centre provides patients Australia-wide with free support and coordination of orthopaedic surgery at large international hospitals overseas. Much like a travel agency does with tours of Europe or Asia, we're here to help explore, compare and organise everything for you.
Just like a travel agency, we hold partnerships with airlines, hotels and transfer services in addition to our preferred hospitals, surgeons and care staff overseas - saving you money every step of the way!
Unlike a travel agency, we don't charge any fees. Our large international hospital partners employ us to ensure that all of their patients are provided the local support and care they need - while providing heavily discounted all-inclusive packages for our valued patients.
That's right. Our partnered international hospitals care enough about you getting the support you need that they pay us to look after their valued Australian patients - so you don't have to!
Technically we're a patient-coordinating support service. Our job is to save you hassle, time and money by taking care of all the "busy work" typically involved in organising private surgery in any country.
We've had years of experience helping happy patients save time and money this way. Rest assured you're in experienced and helpful hands every step of the way!
Photograph by Kues We all have that one friend who has an uninformed opinion about everything, and supports their every argument by referring to something they saw on the morning show or “in this article I read [on Facebook]”. Orthopaedic surgeons, much like our opinionated friends, are only human. They’re not immune to the hype presented
In the last 20 years, the world of healthcare has changed a lot. Especially since the year 2010, a time when medical travel was almost unheard of in Australia – literally a foreign concept. A medical researcher back then, I was investigating treatments for age-related diseases at Griffith University. Within the next few years I would fast become