The Indian medical tourism industry is estimated to be valued at US$ 7.42 Billion in 2022 and it is projected to surpass US$ 42,24 Billion by 2032. According to the analysis, demand is expected to grow at a healthy 19% CAGR during 2022-2032.

Indian medical tourism accounts for approximately 8% of the global medical tourism market, due to:

Continuous advancements in healthcare

Continuous advancements in hospitals and other related areas have enabled improved healthcare delivery through the use of medical devices, wearables, surgical procedures, and linked technology. Moreover, India has world class medical institutions that produce highly trained and conpetent doctors, who not only serve in India but also all over the world.

Shifaco well connected operators

Shifaco is a well-connected medical tourism operator that arranges appointments for international Patients with relevant doctors after getting initial medical test reports review, organize hospitalization for great treatment, assist in accommodation and interpreter services.

Medical Treatment at optimal cost

According to the Medical and Health Tourism Congress (MHTC), medical care in India is significantly less expensive albeit no less competent than countries of Europe and North America, especially in different types of surgery, invasive procedures in cardiology and gastroenterology etc.

Doctor in Sri Lanka – Our Regular Patient Referring Consultant Overseas.


Dr. Ruvaiz Haniffa

MBBS, MD(Family Medicine), MRCGP(INT), FCGP(SL)
Head of the Department,
Department of Family Medicine
Faculty of Medicine,
University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Prominence in Medical Domain

Dr. Ruvaiz Haniffa has held several prominent positions in the medical domain of Sri Lanka.
Member of the Senate of the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Medical Coordinator for COVID -19 for Sri Lanka - United Nations MEDEVAC, President - Sri Lanka Medical Association, Member - University Grants Commission of Sri Lanka, Honorary Consultant Family Physician - Sri Lanka Navy, Head of the Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka etc.


According to the International Medical Tourism Index, India is in top 10 most popular medical tourism destination in the world. Furthermore, bypass and other surgeries in India costs roughly less than 10% as opposed to what it costs in the the developed countries of the world.

US$ (Mn)

India Medical Tourism Market Estimated Size (2022)


India Medical Tourism Market Value-based CAGR (2022-2032)


India Medical Tourism Market Share (2022)

Connected Hospitals

Chennai, TN

Chennai, TN

Chennai, TN

Hyderabad, TG

Mysore KA