Most of the hospitals in Jordan serving foreign patients usually offer a “Full Package” including airline booking, accommodation, Visa assistance, and airport pickup for patients and their companions.
They will also assist you with:
- Coordinating conference calls between the patient and the doctor
- Review and respond to medical reports
- Arranging tourism and leisure activities.
- Provide any assistance requested by the patient while they are at the hospital.
Patients who require assistance with travel and accommodation that with excellent and competitive prices.
For further details about the travel arrangements please contact the hospital directly or the Private Hospitals Association.
Longer Hospital Stay
There may be circumstances when your doctor will recommend a longer hospital stay than was originally anticipated. This could be due to a medical complication or simply because you are not healing as quickly as expected. In other instances, your doctor may ask you to spend a few extra days in a hotel for recovery. In either case it is important to be prepared to pay additional charges, especially if you do not have insurance coverage.
Every surgical procedure has inherent risks. Often those risks are minimal, but you should be aware of them. Every patient has his or her own set of risks and these should be discussed with the surgeon and your personal physician in details before the surgery. Also the risks associated with anesthesia should be considered and making sure there is no allergic reactions from the medications used during anesthesia and during the surgery.
Even after a successful surgery, you might experience complications such as blood clots or an infection. You need to discuss with your surgeon the specific risks for your case.
Noting that Jordan is one of the first countries in the region that issued mal-practice law regulating the relationship between the patient and the healthcare provider to deal with any complications or problems that may occur during the treatment period.
Contact your doctor in case of:
- You develop a fever.
- Your wound feels hot or your wound is oozing.
- Having any issues or complications after the surgery.
- You have severe pain at the incision site.
- You are having pain or a burning sensation when passing urine