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A New Zealand Experience That Improves Lives: Arizona Man Finds Affordable, Quality Healthcare and Freedom From Constant Hip Pain on Recent Trip
Date:4/8/2009

Medtral New Zealand offers complete medical travel packages for North American patients seeking a viable, safe alternative to expensive healthcare treatment.

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 8, 2009 -- Bob Light reached a painful crossroads in his life. The Phoenix, Arizona man was in dire need of a new hip replacement, but couldn't afford the surgery as he has no health insurance. At the same time, Light worried about putting off treatment as the hip pain that bothered him much of his adult life was worsening by the day.

As one of the more than 750,000 Americans who have traveled for medical treatment by the end of last year, Light looked abroad for an alternative to his healthcare dilemma. Late last year he decided to explore an intriguing medical travel opportunity in New Zealand following a timely suggestion from a business associate.

Medtral New Zealand provided a complete medical travel package for Light - including airfare, hospital stay, treatment, staff, accommodations after treatment and a contingency insurance policy - at a fraction of what it would have cost him in the U.S.

Medtral New Zealand offers top-notch medical care and world-class non-acute surgical treatment in an English speaking, first world country. The hospitals employed by Medtral are all accredited by Quality Health New Zealand (QHNZ) and adhere to stringent quality standards. QHNZ is in fact accredited by the international organization International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua), which is responsible for setting the healthcare standards of the Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation system used in the U.S.

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