For Appointments: 0877 - 6690000, 7993933777

Toll Free No: 1800-208-6777

For Appointments: 0877 - 6690000,
7993933777

Toll Free No: 18002086777

PROCESS

The International Patient Department at Amara Hospital was established to assist patients in planning and preparing their travel plans to the hospital. At Amara Hospital, we strive not only to provide world-class medical care and procedures, but also to ensure that you feel most comfortable and at ease during your treatment with us.

You can refer to the information below to plan your trip to Amara Hospital. If you prefer to have a representative personally help you prepare, please use the contact form on the right to communicate with the International Representative.

Throughout our website, we try our best to keep you informed about our procedures, specialties, doctors and hospitals. If you are planning to consider Amara Hospital as one of your preferred destinations for medical treatment, take some time to discover the technologies, competencies, services and facilities we offer. If you are interested in a particular specialty hospital, but you are unsure of your choice, you can contact a representative for further guidance.

Once you have selected a treatment location, discuss with an International Representative or online doctor and submit your inquiries including medical reports and history. Amara Hospital is made up of a large group of internationally qualified doctors and healthcare professionals, ensuring every patient receives the best possible care and treatment. With our medical fraternity representing more than 22 medical specialties and a large number of doctors, we provide a Find a Doctor section for our patients. This section allows you to conveniently search and browse the profiles of each medical practitioner. If you are interested in contacting a doctor through an online consultation, simply fill in the Get Consultation form under the doctor’s profile.

We aim to respond to any inquiries within 48 hours. Please note that depending on the nature of the question, we may ask further clarifying questions to provide the most accurate response. This is also the case when your doctor may ask your medical records to communicate about available treatment options.

For patients traveling abroad for medical treatment for the first time, the following are useful:
hints to help you plan your trip. Anyway, if you want someone to help guide you, go ahead
feel free to contact Apollo Hospital International Representative (use the contact form on the right
side).

  • Check with your current doctor, or get a free online consultation with Apollo Hospital doctors to determine
    if you are eligible to travel abroad in your current health and medical condition.
  • Once you decide to continue your treatment overseas, be sure to tell your local doctor to continue
    follow-up in your home country.
  • Learn more about procedures including; what are your expectations and what can be achieved from the operation. Check
    with your doctor what to expect during your recovery and if any physical therapy is needed.
  • New patients must send a copy of their passport (including staff) to receive a Visa invitation letter from
    hospital. After the patient receives the hospital invitation letter, it is very important to share their flight
    itineraries with International Representatives.
  • Bring along your important documents including Visa, immunization records, MRI scans and other medicals
    document. (For a complete list of required documents, see our Required Documents section.)
  • At the airport, the hospital staff will arrange an airport pick-up service for the patient in addition to the hotel
    accompaniment.

If you prefer to stay in a hotel near a hospital during your treatment, the International Patient Division can assist you with room arrangements, within your preferred budget. Contact the International Representative prior to your travel period for more details.

Upon arrival at the hospital, please note that you are required to present your passport at the registration counter to complete your patient registration at the hospital. The hospital will keep a copy of your passport (photo page and Visa) for your hospital records. Please note that this is a mandatory step as per the directives of the Government of India.