Vadodara is the medical hub for international tourists for the following medical treatments
Vadodara is the Cultural Capital of Gujarat, also the third largest city Gujarat, after Surat and Ahmedabad. The railway line and the NH 8 that connect Delhi and Mumbai pass through Vadodara.
Gujarat government had announced its Medical Tourism Policy in 2006, December through a press release issued by the information department. The PR said that Gujarat Medical Tourism Council will be formed for the planned implementation of the policy that aimed at making Gujarat an ultimate destination for people who are seeking medical facility worldwide. It also claimed that a growth of 33 % has been registered in the number of medical tourism in the state as the country has registered growth of 20 %.
In Vadodara, the provision of medical care differs across countries and the nature of such provisioning is determined by the socio-economic as well as the political forces in a given society. Though there is great variety in provisioning, there are three major types broadly. Such as finance, provision and administration of services.
Vadodara also contains more transport facilities in which are mainly of City Buses and three-wheelers called as auto-rickshaws that are very cheap and easily available. Tip: Always insist on the meter.
The dialect spoken by people in Vadodara differs, but almost everyone speaks Hindi and Gujarati. Marathi community is also on a large scale in Vadodara. Most of the young people speak passable English and some can speak fluently...