Australia Medical Tourism and Covid19

by Robert Kaye | Sep 12, 2020 | Australia, Covid19, medical tourism, Travel for Treatment



Australia is an exciting destination for world-class treatment. Watch our webinar with Australian industry leaders and medical providers to learn why so many people are traveling “down under” for treatment and a forecast for the future of healthcare in the nation. 


Mymedchoices™ brings you a global series on the future of virtual healthcare and medical tourism featuring experts, government officials, and top industry leaders. This month our featured destination is Australia. 

Key Takeaways: 

  • The impact of COVID on Australia i.e. statistics on cases by State

  • The impact on travel and current border restrictions etc.

  • The impact on the local economy and expectations for growth in 2021 and beyond

  • The move to digital/telehealth treatments 

  • What Australia is doing for the aging population post COVID-19

Be well, 

Mary

Mary Schreiber Swenson, PhD Founder and CEO My Med Choices™, Inc. P.S. If you or your company would like to be featured on future monthly webinars,

please contact Mary on WhatsApp @

(+1) 302-932-1920. Watch the full webinar on YouTube. 













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