International Patients

International Patients

International Patients

Mohandai Oswal Hospital (MOH) welcomes foreign nationals who wish to avail our medical services.

Important information related to the visa status of the patient and attendants

  • As per the statutory requirements, Foreign Nationals will be registered in Hospital only on possession of a Medical Visa. Other visa categories are not acceptable.

  • Persons accompanying the foreign national as attendants must also have a Medical Escort (MX) category visa.

  • Converting a non-medical visa to a Medical/Medical Escort visa is not possible in India. Applicants will need to approach the visa-issuing authorities in their own country.

  • Foreign nationals and their attendants are required to register themselves with the jurisdictional Foreigners Regional Registration Officer (FRRO) / Foreigners Registration Officer (FRO) within 14 days from the date of their arrival in India.

  • If holders of a Medical/Medical Escort visa need to extend their stay in India for continuing treatment at MOH, they will need to approach the State Home Department. Designated authorities within MOH will issue a medical certificate with relevant details for this application.

Inpatient admission deposit:

  • Foreign Nationals registered with MOH Â as patients are required to deposit a sum of money depending on the procedure/ treatment that is planned, before inpatient admission.

For International Patients: FAQs

1. How long does it take to get an appointment with a doctor at MOH?

  • After we receive your complete medical records, we will review them within three to five business days. Following this review, we will schedule your appointment within two to six weeks. The appointment date depends on the availability of the particular doctor. We will do everything we can to assist you in scheduling an appointment as quickly as possible.

2. Do you require all documents in English?

  • Yes. All documents must be translated into English. If you send or bring medical documents in any other language, your records review or consultation appointment will be delayed. MOH cannot translate documents into English, but we do offer a list of private translation services.

3. What will it cost to obtain treatment at MOH ?

  • Once a physician recommends a treatment plan, please contact the Bobst International Center. We will be able to tell you the required deposit. This deposit will be an estimate of the hospital and physician costs related to your treatment plan.

4. Can I pay for my treatment in installments?

  • Unfortunately, no. MOH requires payment in full, in advance, prior to any international patient receiving services or treatment.

5. Is it possible to get a discount?

  • Unfortunately, no

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