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Ammar developed pain in his hip joints leaving him unable to walk at the mere age of 21. When surgery and treatment in his home country didn't help, he sought healthcare at Columbia Asia India where he underwent a technologically advanced hip replacement procedure.
Within a week of the surgery, he was fit enough to go back home and was able to walk once again without any help within a month.
Mr. Ammar Hatem
Mr. Greg Crutcher, Mr. Chris Hawks, Ms. Della Feeney are among the many patients from across the globe whose lives have been transformed positively by our highly dedicated and attentive specialists.
Our aim is to make it easier for you to undertake the life-changing decision of travelling to another country for a medical procedure by delivering effective and affordable medical services in a clean and caring environment.
Chad Harlan decided to undergo bariatric surgery after severe weight gain caused by arthritis. The diagnosis made it difficult for him to exercise even though he was an active individual since college. He decided on the procedure as a solution and felt transformed afterwards in terms of how he felt and looked, calling it the best decision for himself, his family and career.
Mr. Chad Harlan
Columbia Asia is an international healthcare chain with hospitals located in Malaysia, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Our hospitals in India have highly skilled medical and paramedical experts to deliver world-class health care. They are specially designed for the needs of patients and built for maximum comfort and efficiency.
At our hospitals, we practice patient-centred care and believe in treating patients like guests. This coupled with advanced technology, modern infrastructure, internationally certified consultants and a host of other qualities make Columbia Asia the preferred destination for international patients.
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