MedToGo International travels with American Patients to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for Aesthetic Surgeries, Announces Discount Packages to new Patients
Surgical patients in search of premium quality, affordable, safe medical care will travel with MedToGo International to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, beginning November 1, 2011 to undergo varied procedures.
Inviting new patients, MedToGo announces a $500 discount on aesthetic and orthopedic surgery packages, and a 25% discount for surgeries related to obesity, such as gastric bypass. A few examples of reduced prices for popular aesthetic procedures include:
Mommy Makeover (Tummy tuck, 3 areas of Liposuction & Breast Augmentation): $7,300
Breast Lift and Augmentation: $4,300
Facial Rejuvenation (Facelift, Brow lift, Eyelids): $5,200
Pre-Wedding (Breast Augmentation, Liposuction & Gluteus Augmentation) $6,500
MedToGo patient, Candace Smith, had this to say about her successful experience with aesthetic surgery performed in Mexico, “…when you meet Dr. Ceballos, you will immediately feel a sense of calmness and peace in his presence.” MedToGo has empowered hundreds of patients to gain access to quality medical care for up to 80% savings compared to procedures performed in the United States.
A medical travel company owned and operated by a family of physicians educated and trained in America, MedToGo International, based in Tempe, Arizona, coordinates every detail of a patient’s trip south of the border. Personally sourcing top-tiered physicians and hospitals in Mexico and Costa Rica, doctors at MedToGo offer cost-effective, safe, time sensitive alternatives.
Dr. Robert H. Page of MedToGo will accompany patients on the trip in November to Puerto Vallarta, along with a patient coordinator. Currently the owner of a bilingual medical practice in Tempe, Arizona, Dr. Page works alongside his two American educated and trained sons at MedToGo, Dr. Curtis Page and Robert R. Page.
MedToGo’s mission to provide quality, safe alternatives to medical care for the underserved in America and Canada began more than a decade ago. The organization’s Founder, Arizona native Dr. Robert H. Page, was awarded his medical degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara in 1971. He’s since served as Chief of Staff at Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital from 1991 to 1993, and enjoys accolades and respect, expertly navigating the medical landscapes in both Mexico and the U.S.