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Malaysia healthcare strengthens network in Bangladesh

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Malaysia Healthcare is showcasing a wide array of world-class quality healthcare service offering sat the 4th International Health Tourism and Service Expo Bangladesh 2019 to the local Dhaka community.
At the Malaysia Healthcare Pavilion (MHP), exciting and affordable healthcare packages will be available on cardiology, fertility, aesthetics, wellness, and many other treatments that are much sought after from leading Malaysian private healthcare facilities.
Malaysia receives a growing number of healthcare travellers from Bangladesh annually seeking treatment to complement the healthcare services offered at their home country. Malaysia Healthcare provides a seamless end-to-end patient journey experience for all healthcare travellers, together with the world-class quality, affordable and accessible healthcare services.
"In fulfilling the high demand from Bangladesh patients seeking for more information about Malaysia Healthcare, we are very excited to be here at the 4th International Health Tourism and Service Expo in Dhaka. We want to offer our world-class healthcare service offerings to even more prospective healthcare travellers in Dhaka and throughout Bangladesh," commented Nik Yazmin Nik Azman, Chief Commercial Officer of MHTC. "Bangladesh is one of Malaysia Healthcare's top 10 largest markets that trusts our healthcare system and offerings. Hence, we look forward to welcoming more healthcare travellers from Bangladesh to Experience Malaysia Healthcare!"
 "Malaysia Healthcare offers Quality Care for Your Peace of Mind through improving every touchpoint along the patient journey for a seamless end-to-end healthcare travel experience. Malaysia Healthcare also assistsin arranging medical appointments, greets healthcare travelers at the aerobridge upon arrival, hosts them at our Malaysia Healthcare Concierge and Lounge located at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Penang International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2," Nik Yazmin further commented.
Malaysiaalsooffersanabundantarrayoflocalandforeigncuisineswiththeavailabilityof"halal" food for Muslim patients giving better peace of mind. The healthcare facilities in Malaysia serve "halal"food and prayer facilities emadeavailableat the hospitals, hotelman deviant shopping areas for the convenience of medical tourists visiting our country. Support staff at the private hospitals speaking in Bengali language can also be arranged upon requests making it an easy decision not only for those seeking healthcare in Malaysia, but also for accompanyingfamiliesas well. Malaysia was also awarded as the Top Country for Muslim Travel from 2011 to 2019 by Master Card-Crescent Rating Global Muslim Travel Index.

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