Medical tourism is the tourism industry of the medical tourism industry.
It involves taking tourists to foreign countries for treatments, and in return the medical tourist receives a return ticket, usually in the form of a hotel room.
It can be particularly lucrative for wealthy and powerful people, with some companies earning up to $5 million per trip.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has issued advice for travellers to make sure they know what medical tourism is and what to look out for.
Medical tourism refers to a range of things that tourists and locals alike can do to earn a living, including, but not limited to, treating sick people, traveling to exotic places and visiting countries that offer a high level of medical tourism.
You can read the AMA’s guide to medical tourism on the AMA website.
For example, medical tourism can involve the following: Travelling to exotic locations in the Caribbean, South America, Asia, Europe and Africa