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Medical tourists in Bali to benefit from hospital-hotel partnership
Bali, June 11, 2012
 

A PARTNERSHIP between Indonesia’s BIMC Hospital Group and Courtyard by Marriott Bali has given birth to a range of medical tourism packages and services aimed at tourists in Bali.

 

These products comprise medical services such as advanced dialysis treatments, surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures and dental care offered at the new BIMC Hospital, and aftercare services, including visits by nurses, at the hotel.

 

Jeff Tyler, general manager, Courtyard by Marriott Bali, said planning and staff training were executed ahead of the hospital’s opening, so as to provide “the best comfort and care the moment the guest returns to the resort from (his/her) medical procedure”.

 

Tyler said the hotel had “carefully looked at services that aid recuperation such as special diet and nutrition, and unique spa and wellness programmes”, and had ensured that the property was wheelchair friendly.

 

BIMC Hospital Group founder and CEO, Craig Beveridge, said: “The resort is conveniently located nearby. It offers complementing services and standards, (and is) an ideal spot for pre- and post-procedure rest and relaxation.”

 

Courtyard by Marriott Bali is said to be the first property in Indonesia to provide such specialised aftercare services.

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