New Online Virtual Consultation for Interested in Medical Tourism in Colombia

Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos has defied convention in the Medical Tourism market with the release of its new Online Virtual Consultation for everyone interested in body or face enhancing procedures in Colombia. Further information can be found at http://cirugiaplastica.encolombia.com.co

Medellin, Colombia - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos finally announced the beginning of its new Online Virtual Consultation service for everyone interested in medical tourism in Colombia, which has been in development since 2016. The main aim is to give people the chance to have an online consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon in Colombia, thus making it easier for them to find out details related to their chosen procedure. This allows anyone to make educated decisions before they decide to travel abroad for any type of cosmetic surgery, and do so, with confidence.

Anthony Rivera, Foreign Patients Service and Support Representative at Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos, says: “We wanted to try something new with this Online Virtual Consultation service for everyone interested in medical tourism in Colombia. Anyone familiar with the Medical Tourism market will probably have noticed how everyone else seems to send potential patients emails, have them visit websites to get generic information on different types of procedures or even wait for them to come to Colombia to meet for the first time and then give out information about the desired medical procedure, which keeps patients in the dark mostly until after they reach Colombia.. This is a problem because people interested in medical tourism in Colombia should have all the information about what their desired procedure entails and what their real expectations could be.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos will instead provide anyone, women or men, who are interested in getting

" target="_blank">medical tourism in Colombia to improve their appearance, a chance to talk face to face, via an online virtual consultation, to an experienced plastic surgeon who will fully explain what they can expect by looking at their specific situation and answer any doubts that they may have. Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos chose to make this move because we believe people should be able to get clear and precise information about whichever medical procedure their interested in, so they can make an educated decision about coming to Colombia for any type of image enhancing procedure, well informed..

Anthony Rivera also said “We want to give our customers the opportunity to speak directly to an experienced plastic surgeon from the privacy of their own homes through any device connected to the internet. With our new Online Virtual Consultation for everyone interested in medical tourism in Colombia, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel as they would feel if they were at our clinic on their initial consultation when using our service. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.”

Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos has been in business for for more than 8 years, being established in January 21st 2010. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to help people improve their appearance through the use of medical tourism in Colombia at an affordable cost..

The new Online Virtual Consultation for everyone interested in medical tourism in Colombia service is set to launch in September. To find out more about the service, it’s possible to visit http://inmedellin.co

Contact Info:
Name: Anthony Rivera
Organization: Cirujano Plastico en Medellin Dr. Pedro Hoyos
Address: Cra. 25a ##1A Sur 45, Medellin, Colombia 050021, Colombia
Phone: +57-300-3564041

For more information, please visit http://cirugiaplastica.encolombia.com.co

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 406858

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