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The Malaysian Health Tourism Council (MHTC) launches medical tourism web portal

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This new portal is the result of the council’s hard work and long term strategy to increase the flow of international patients traveling to Malaysia in a more organized manner.

The Health Ministry of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai’s , is confident the country will receive RM600 million in medical tourism revenue this year.

The portal offers information about Malaysia as a top medical tourism destination and goes into detail explaining why patients should choose the country as their destination. In addition, it provides patients with information about Health rules and regulations.

Patients will find a list of medical providers with contact information and a link to their respective websites as well as testimonials from patients that have already traveled to Malaysia for medical treatment.

You can visit the portal at:

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