No Waiting :
[src] The National Health Service (NHS) in Britain provides free medical treatment to all. But it has certain rules wherein it differentiates between emergency and non-emergency treatments. Emergency treatments are taken into consideration before the non-emergency treatments.
Thus it might be a long wait for many people who want to get elective treatments done or go treatments like hip replacements. This wait can extend upto a year and private physician rates are unaffordable.
To counter this wait, such patients opt for Medical Tourism. The same frustrating waiting lines in Canada encourage people to travel to other Third World countries to avail medical facilities.
In the year 2005, there was a wait list of 782,936 people for various procedures in Canada. Such services can be availed in other countries as soon as one lands there. The wait is minimal and the services qualitative.