India boasts a pool of highly skilled and experienced medical professionals, including liver transplant surgeons, hepatologists, and support staff, who are well-trained in performing complex liver transplant surgeries.
India offers liver transplant treatments at a price that is far lower than that of many developed nations. Patients come from all over the world because of this cost-effectiveness, especially those looking for high-quality healthcare at a low cost. For instance, a normal liver transplant in the US might cost upwards of $600,000, including post-operative medication and care. While the average price of a liver transplant in India is between $18,000 and $45,000.
Many hospitals in India are equipped with advanced medical infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring that patients receive the best possible care during pre-transplant evaluations, surgeries, and post-operative care. Apart from that we utilising cutting-edge technology, world-class facilities, and a highly competent nursing and healthcare staff
In countries where demand for liver transplants exceeds supply, patients often face long waiting times for organ transplantation. In India, at Artemis Hopsital the waiting lists may be comparatively shorter, allowing patients to receive timely treatments.
India has a well-established system for live donor liver transplants, where a healthy individual can donate a portion of their liver to the patient in need. This approach helps to overcome organ shortage issues.
Dr Giriraj Bora, Chief - Liver Transplant & Sr. Consultant - GI & HPB Surgery at Artemis Hospital Gurugram, India have achieved excellent success rates, on par with global standards, in performing liver transplant surgeries, making it a reliable option for patients seeking effective treatment.
Some Indian hospitals have the capability to perform multi-organ transplants, such as combined liver and kidney transplants, providing comprehensive treatment to patients with complex medical conditions.
Artemis Hospital in India has obtained international accreditations, such as those from Joint Commission International (JCI) and the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH), demonstrating their adherence to global healthcare standards.
The Indian government has been actively supporting the development of healthcare infrastructure and medical tourism, which has facilitated the growth of liver transplant services in the country.
India is known for its cultural sensitivity and language proficiency. Medical professionals can often communicate with patients in multiple languages, providing a comfortable and personalized experience for international patients.
It's important to note that while India has made significant progress in the field of liver transplantation, patients considering treatment abroad should thoroughly research and choose a reputable hospital and medical team to ensure safe and successful outcomes.
For advice on the best course of action for your specific medical circumstances, always seek the advice of a qualified Liver Transplant Doctor in India.