The Mexican and United States authorities have penned in an agreement to develop a joint medical tourism cluster along a part of their international border. The province of Baja California in Mexico is a hub for several medical treatments of US patients especially in the town of Tijuana. This move is part of the regeneration of the NAFTA. As per business intelligence provided by the president of the Baja Health Cluster, most US medical travelers visit Mexico for bariatric surgeries. The quality of academic training in the healthcare sector is very strong in Mexico, so this move will allow patients from USA and Canada to avail the services. The US city of Tucson could soon be the link city for this project.


Uploaded Date:19 January 2018

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