We recognize that seeking medical treatment outside of your home country can be a physically draining experience, as well as a hectic one. Our team at Harsh Hospital strives to ensure that our patients not only feel at home during their stay but also return to their country in good health.
We created the International Patients Department to provide our patients with best-in-class medical treatments and personalized care. To organize your visit to Harsh Hospital, kindly use the information below. If you prefer to have a representative assist you personally, please contact an International Representative using the contact form.
Make Travel Arrangements
Step 1: Learn About Our Hospital
We have endeavored to provide accurate and precise information about our medical facility, the team of doctors, specialties, and procedures through this website. In case you are considering opting for a specialty hospital but aren’t sure if it’s the right fit for you, you can contact our representative for more information.
Step 2: Choosing a Physician
Once you’ve decided on a treatment center, talk to an online International Representative or a doctor before sending your inquiry, which should include reports and medical histories. We have some of the best internationally qualified doctors who ensure that each patient receives the best possible care and treatment.
Step 3: Our Response
Our team of experts responds to all the queries within 48 hours. Please be aware that, depending on the nature of your query, we may ask additional questions to clarify in order to provide an informed response. It’s also possible that the doctor will request your medical records in order to discuss treatment options with you.
Step 4: Making Travel Arrangements
Here are some helpful hints for patients who are traveling overseas for medical treatment for the first time. In any case, please do not hesitate to contact Harsh Hospital International Representative if you require assistance.
- Check-in with your current doctor to determine your health and medical condition to travel abroad.
- If you decide to continue your treatment outside of your home country, make sure to inform your local doctor so that you can continue your follow-ups there.
- Learn more about the procedure, including what you may anticipate from it and what you can expect from it. Consult your doctor about what to expect throughout your recuperation and whether physical therapy is necessary.
- In order to receive a Visa invitation letter from the hospital, new patients must send a copy of their passport (including attendants).
- It is critical that the patient share their flight itinerary with the International Representatives once they receive the hospital’s invitation letter.
- Bring crucial documents such as visas, immunization records, MRI scans, and other medical records with you.
- The hospital staff will arrange for an airport pick-up service for the patient, as well as additional hotel assistance.
Step 5: Your Stay in India
If you prefer to stay in a hotel near the hospital while receiving treatment, our International Patients Supervisor can assist you with room reservations based on your budget. For more information, contact an International Representative before your trip.
Step 6: Arrival at Harsh Hospital
Please note that when you arrive at the hospital, you will be required to show your passport at the registration counter to complete your patient registration. For your hospital record, the hospital will maintain a copy of your passport (with the photo and Visa page). Please be aware that this is a mandatory step mandated by Indian government instructions.
The following is a list of documents you must bring with you to India:
- Any statements relating to previous or ongoing treatment sessions, as well as your health/medical history report(s).
- Vaccination certificates (Yellow Fever, Polio, etc. ), X-rays, MRIs, immunisation records, prescriptions, and other pertinent medical documents, such as records of previous surgeries. Make sure you keep these medical records and associated medications in your backpack or carry-on luggage at all times.
- Passports and Visas are required; check with our International Travel Desk for Visa requirements specific to your country of origin.
- Take local money, traveler’s checks, and/or credit and debit cards with you.
- Even if you don’t plan on utilizing your driver’s license or other pieces of identification, bring them with you. When requested, the supplementary identification verifies your confirmation of identity.
- For any specific inquiries or personal assistance, kindly contact our representative.
Patients traveling from abroad can visit India’s Bureau of Immigration website to learn more about India’s Visa requirements and regulations here.
We collaborate with a lot of international insurance companies. For more information, contact an International Representative. Additionally, any foreign insurance coverage not listed on the list will not be processed or accepted.
Insurance coverage for the companies on our list is only valid for inpatient procedures (48 hours in the hospital) and requires prior approval from the insurance provider. The in-patient billing department requires a deposit upon admission.
Once your insurance provider approves the treatment cost, the deposit will be reimbursed. If insurance coverage is not provided within 48 hours of admission, you must pay the hospital bill and file a claim with the insurance company.
Please contact our International Representatives using the contact form on the right if you have specific questions or concerns.