Things Black Women Need to Consider with Medical Tourism
My name is Dr. Natasha Ramontal, also known as the Medical Tourism RN. I am not a physician; I am a doctoral trained registered nurse who’s worked in the Emergency Department and Post-Anesthesia Care Unit for a number of years. On my channel I cover all aspects of medical tourism for Black women if they decide to seek healthcare or treatment abroad for things from cosmetic surgery to cancer or fertility treatment in order for Black Women to make the most informed decisions about their healthcare to have the best healthcare outcomes and experience.
I recently watched a really good video on medical tourism by @PBS Vitals called the “Pros & Cons of Traveling Abroad for Surgery” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ff4MYLwzjB8 – Dr. Alok Patel and Nurse Sheena Williams shared some risks associated with medical tourism. Today I want to add to those by sharing “Things Black Women Need to Consider With Medical Tourism.”
Other videos mentioned: @Stephanie Perry
“Worst Countries for Black Travelers: Black Women Abroad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgwMRQkXgmw&t=0s
“Countries Where Black Travelers Feel Welcome” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTtGRlOK5Tk&t=0s
Black women are the most medically neglected and underserved group worldwide; My goal is to arm Black women with correct information about Medical Tourism if you decide to seek healthcare abroad. I want to make sure you have as much information needed to make more informed decisions about your health, so you are educated about the procedure/treatment, the country you decide to have it done in, the clinicians that will provide the care, and everything involved in ensuring you have the best outcomes from a health standpoint but also from a patient satisfaction perspective. SO DO YOUR RESEARCH!!!
On this channel, I will cover various topics pertaining to Medical Tourism (cost, pre- and post-surgical care and treatment, medications, therapy, follow-up, insurance, and more); and I will also have guest interviews from both patients, physicians, and also many others who work in the industry: medical tourism facilitators, medical tourism travel agents, and more. Join me on this journey and if you have any comments, questions, or ideas on topics, feel free to drop them in the comments section below and before you go, I would appreciate it if you would hit the like button, subscribe to my channel, share it with a friend, and ring the notification bell so you are notified when I post a new video.