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Ohio Patient Thanks India and WorldMed Assist For Heart Surgery Overseas; His Indian Surgeon Thanks U.S. for Superb Training
Date:3/4/2009

Henry Konczak logged on to www.WorldMedAssist.com to help him find the surgeon in India his U.S. cardiologist recommended. Just three weeks later, he was out of ICU with his mitral valve replacement overseas completed. He's now home and enjoying his new lease on life.

Canton, OH (PRWEB) March 4, 2009 -- When Henry Konczak first learned that his chronic fatigue was due to a problem with his heart's mitral valve, he had no idea his condition would lead him to Apollo Hospital in India, a journey facilitated for him by medical tourism company WorldMed Assist.

"Once I learned that the surgery I needed would cost $130,000 in the U.S. just for the hospital stay--not including surgeon fees and all the other expenses--I told my cardiologist I was considering going abroad for surgery. He's from India, and he told me I could find no one in the whole wide world better than Dr. Naresh Trehan."

Konczak jumped on the Internet to track Dr. Trehan down, and came upon WorldMed Assist, a company that handles all the details and arrangements for patients seeking high quality, low cost surgery overseas. "First they transferred all my medical records, then set me up on a call with Dr. Trehan to get my few remaining questions answered and to find out how soon we could schedule the surgery. WorldMed Assist then took care of all the details of scheduling my surgery and my flights, getting my visa lined up, booking my hotel…the works. All I had to do was get on the plane," he said.

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