All public and private medical institutions throughout the world now have to face to a major problem: how to dispose of all the obsolete systems and medical equipments clattering their hospital spaces, their storage rooms, passageways and corridors. Regular updates, technological improvements, capital expenditure budgeting and new investments have rendered many devices, systems and equipment obsolete, unwanted or simply unusable. These redundant items cost each hospital clinic a lot of money. National regulations deprive those medical facilities the ability to dispose of them safely. Green4careIndia can step and remove these items safely, legally and free up space and capital for all those medical institutions. Most can be refurbished, traced and repaired and offered to other countries as charitable contributions. Some devices are broken up safely and disposed of in an environmentally accepted manner. Any generated profit is used to cover the costs of this service and are redistributed between medical institutions and charitable foundation. Many third world medical institutions benefit greatly from this service.
Medical Tourism in India
India has number of hospitals offering world class treatments in nearly every medical sector such as cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, joint replacement, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery. India offers not just treatment but spiritual and mental healing as well. India needs to club together a couple of 'pathies' because it has a very strong base of alternative healing therapies like yoga, naturopathy, ayurveda Kerala’s health retreats, etc.