Yes, StarParks will present you with various options for hospitals and doctors for your requested procedure and you will make the final decision.
Medical Visa is a system that simplifies the immigration process for foreigners entering Korea for medical tourism. However, a medical visa is not required to receive treatment. Even if you get a general visa, you can get treatment in Korea.
Yes, you could definitely search online for the best hospitals and doctors in South Korea, but the benefit of StarParks is that we present everything to you in one package without any additional charge. If you don’t use our services you can search and contact hospitals, book appointments, and find accommodation and local transport, but this takes time and can be a hassle. Moreover, you will pay the same price as if you use StarParks. We will relieve the stress surrounding the logistics of your trip, and add the personal touch you need during hospitalization and recovery.
StarParks has worked extensively with affiliated hospitals and makes personal visits to all institutes and surgeons. Through our rich experiences in the Korean medical field, StarParks has data who and which hospital is best for each treatment.
Also referred to as health tourism and medical travel, medical tourism is a term used by the media to describe travelling internationally to obtain healthcare.
South Korean hospitals have specialized divisions for most procedures patients are
StarParks offers variety of free services such as making appropriate appointments with doctors and reservations for hotels, interpreting guide, airport pick-up & sending service and any kinds of help you need during your medical tour in Korea.
Yes. Star Parks will surely inform you in advance of the information and estimated price of the hospital that offers the most suitable for your medical plan. However, It is possible that the estimated cost can change after the consultation with a doctor depending on the patient's condition and recommendations.
It is recommended to enter South Korea at least 2 or 3 days before the appointment you have made.