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Get a modern and effective treatment in Belarus (part 2)

How can a foreign patient go to Belarus for treatment
Treatment in Belarus for foreigners can be organized in two ways:

independently;
take the help of specialized medical centers and agencies.
Medical tourism agencies take care of all issues related to the organization of treatment abroad, saving the patient from unnecessary trouble and giving him the opportunity to prepare well for a responsible trip. In this case, it is important to choose a reliable agency that cooperates with leading clinics in different countries and is ready to satisfy all the needs of the patient during his stay abroad for the purpose of treatment.

Citizens of many countries do not need a visa to enter Belarus. This applies to countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, etc.
If the medical service is a one-time, then an advance payment is provided for it.

Payment for complex treatment consists of two stages:

prepayment (a pre-calculated amount, including the costs of treatment and stay in a hospital);
final settlement (made after the end of treatment upon the services provided).
The average bill is 800-2500 euros. Upon discharge, the patient is given a detailed transcript of all expenses. It is worth noting that the prices of public and private clinics in Belarus are significantly different. So, a course of treatment in a government agency will cost 30-40% cheaper. One bed-day in a private clinic without treatment costs an average of 50 euros (stay in the ward, meals).

To find out the estimated cost of treatment, fill out the contact form on the website and get a free specialist consultation, as well as preliminary treatment programs.

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