By Olha Getalo on 16 Jun, 2017
Anastasiya Danilava’s professional experience in the medical travel sector spans over five years. Her career path was first laid when she started working voluntarily at an oncology center in Belarus; since then, she has become an expert in her field. She’s highly experienced in the medical travel process from start to finish, from first contact with a clinic, providing a personalized treatment quote, organizing accommodation, airport transfer and document translations. Read on to learn what it’s like behind the scenes of Caremondo, as Anastasiya reveals the highlights of her job and day-to-day life working in medical travel.
By Jana Schubert on 16 Jun, 2017
Michail R. ** loved his job as a pilot. That was until the day when his eyesight became so poor he couldn't ignore it anymore. In the end, the day arrived when he could no longer practice his profession anymore. It was certainly a shock, but also a wake-up call. Michail simply could not sit back while his eyesight slowly deteriorated. He contacted Caremondo in November 2015 and was operated on during that same month in Munich, Germany. We spoke to him after he returned to Russia.
By Robert Woltmann on 01 Sep, 2017
The good news is that your chances today of living a long life are indeed better than ever before. It’s also no secret that staying healthy provides not only short-term well-being, but also a better quality of life long-term and in old age. The bad news is that as we age, our risk of disease or death caused by cancer, stroke or heart attack increases. We now know that in particular, long periods of life with elevated stress levels, unbalanced diet, or a sedentary lifestyle can greatly increase your risks even more. These days, anyone who wants to take better care of him or herself can do so in a variety of ways. But it’s not only about maintaining a healthy lifestyle or treating illness as early as possible; the ...
By Andrea Hunt on 01 Sep, 2017
Fatal outbreaks of meningitis infections in young children coupled with a widespread shortage of the Men B vaccine have left parents across the UK saddened and panicked. On Valentine’s Day this year, two-year-old Faye Burdett passed away quietly after contracting the meningococcal disease- a form of blood poisoning. German doctors have responded to the crisis by offering vaccines in Germany.
By Jana Schubert on 14 Sep, 2017
In 2013 alone, approx. 250,000 patients from 177 countries visited Germany. But what makes the country so attractive? It’s much more than its pleasant climate, safety or fabulous shopping. What people from all over the world look for in Germany is quality: The German health care system is one of the best in the world. From acute emergencies to rehabilitation measures – in terms of service spectrum, success rates and medical equipment, the medical location of Germany is in a class of its own. To make treatment as easy and enjoyable as possible for foreign patients, services such as interpretation services, assistance with visa formalities or the entertainment of family members are, of course, provided. Here is an overview of the top five arguments: