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Singapore Medical Tourism Analysis and Forecast

Renub Research
Published Date » 2014-04-09
No. Of Pages » 74
 Singapore is one of the top medical tourist destinations in the world. With modern medical technology and highly trained doctors Singapore private hospitals offer exceptional health care services. Patients from all over the world visit to Singapore for treatment because Singapore has a team of high standard medical expertise along with many well known tourist attractions to explore. Singapore Tourism Board (STB) works closely with the private healthcare providers to strengthen and expand their reach and referral networks in key target markets. In addition, STB facilitates industry development capabilities to create and deliver value-added experiences so as to enhance service delivery for greater patient satisfaction. At the same time, STB continues to partner the private industry to...
Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

2. Singapore Medical Tourists Arrivals

3. Singapore Medical Tourism Market & Forecast

4. Singapore Medical Tourism – Country Wise Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.1 United States – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.1.1 United States – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.1.2 United States – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.2 Canada – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.2.1 Canada – Medical Tourists Arrivals (2004 - 2008) 
4.2.2 Canada – Medical Tourists Spending (2004 - 2008) 
4.3 Indonesia – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.3.1 Indonesia – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.3.2 Indonesia – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.4 Malaysia – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.4.1 Malaysia – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.4.2 Malaysia – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.5 Philippines – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.5.1 Philippines – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2005 - 2018) 
4.5.2 Philippines – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2005 - 2018) 
4.6 Thailand – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.6.1 Thailand – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.6.2 Thailand – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.7 China – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast 
4.7.1 China – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.7.2 China – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.8 Taiwan – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.8.1 Taiwan – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.8.2 Taiwan – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.9 Hong Kong – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.9.1 Hong Kong – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 
4.9.2 Hong Kong – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 
4.10 South Korea – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending
4.10.1 South Korea – Medical Tourists Arrivals (2004 & 2009) 
4.10.2 South Korea – Medical Tourists Spending (2004 & 2009) 
4.11 India – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.11.1 India – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.11.2 India – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.12 Netherlands – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending
4.12.1 Netherlands – Medical Tourists Arrivals (2006 & 2009) 
4.12.2 Netherlands – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2006 & 2009) 
4.13 United Kingdom – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.13.1 United Kingdom – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2005 - 2018) 
4.13.2 UK – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2005 - 2018) 
4.14 Australia – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.14.1 Australia – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.14.2 Australia – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2004 - 2018) 
4.15 Africa – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.15.1 Africa – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 
4.15.2 Africa – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 
4.16 Other Countries – Medical Tourists Arrivals, Spending & Forecast
4.16.1 Other Countries – Medical Tourists Arrivals & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 
4.16.2 Other Countries – Medical Tourists Spending & Forecast (2006 - 2018) 

List of Tables


List of Figures

Figure 2 1: Singapore – Medical Tourists Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 2 2: Singapore – Forecast for Medical Tourists Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 3 1: Singapore – Medical Tourism Market (Million US$), 2003 – 2013
Figure 3 2: Singapore – Forecast for Medical Tourism Market (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 1: Singapore – United States Medical Tourists Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 2: Singapore – Forecast for United States Medical Tourists Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 3: Singapore – United States Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 4: Singapore – Forecast for United States Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 5: Singapore – Canada Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004, 2007, 2008
Figure 4 6: Singapore – Canada Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004, 2007, 2008
Figure 4 7: Singapore – Indonesia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 8: Singapore – Forecast for Indonesia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 9: Singapore – Indonesia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 10: Singapore – Forecast for Indonesia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 11: Singapore – Malaysia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 12: Singapore – Forecast for Malaysia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 13: Singapore – Malaysia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 14: Singapore – Forecast for Malaysia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 15: Singapore – Philippines Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2005 – 2013
Figure 4 16: Singapore – Forecast for Philippines Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 17: Singapore – Philippines Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2005 – 2013
Figure 4 18: Singapore – Forecast for Philippines Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 19: Singapore – Thailand Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 20: Singapore – Forecast for Thailand Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 21: Singapore – Thailand Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 22: Singapore – Forecast for Thailand Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 23: Singapore – China Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 24: Singapore – Forecast for China Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 25: Singapore – China Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 26: Singapore – Forecast for China Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 27: Singapore – Taiwan Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013
Figure 4 28: Singapore – Forecast for Taiwan Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 29: Singapore – Taiwan Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013
Figure 4 30: Singapore – Forecast for Taiwan Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 31: Singapore – Hong Kong Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2006, 2009, 2011, 2013
Figure 4 32: Singapore – Forecast for Hong Kong Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 33: Singapore – Hong Kong Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2006, 2009, 2011, 2013
Figure 4 34: Singapore – Forecast for Hong Kong Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 35: Singapore – South Korea Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004, 2009
Figure 4 36: Singapore – South Korea Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004, 2009
Figure 4 37: Singapore – India Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 38: Singapore – Forecast for India Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 39: Singapore – India Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 40: Singapore – Forecast for India Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 41: Singapore – Netherlands Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2006, 2009
Figure 4 42: Singapore – Netherlands Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2006, 2009
Figure 4 43: Singapore – UK Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2005 – 2009, 2013
Figure 4 44: Singapore – Forecast for UK Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 45: Singapore – UK Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2005 – 2009, 2013
Figure 4 46: Singapore – Forecast for UK Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 47: Singapore – Australia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 48: Singapore – Forecast for Australia Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 49: Singapore – Australia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2004 – 2013
Figure 4 50: Singapore – Forecast for Australia Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 51: Singapore – Africa Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2006 – 2013
Figure 4 52: Singapore – Forecast for Africa Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 53: Singapore – Africa Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2006 – 2013
Figure 4 54: Singapore – Forecast for Africa Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 55: Singapore – Other Countries Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2006 – 2013
Figure 4 56: Singapore – Forecast for Other Countries Medical Tourist Arrivals (Number), 2014 – 2018
Figure 4 57: Singapore – Other Countries Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2006 – 2013
Figure 4 58: Singapore – Forecast for Other Countries Medical Tourism Spending (Million US$), 2014 – 2018 

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