An MCA facilitator will be assigned to you as your personal guide and helper

  • Ask questions. We Provide Information
  • Speak to a doctor!
  • Have a live video conference with a doctor!
  • Get approved for surgery
  • Pay deposit


  • Confirm a date with Medical Care Australia and your specialist
  • Book travel and accommodation

Your personal MCA facilitator will provide options

  • Passport and Visa

Your personal MCA facilitator will guide you through these steps to make the process simple and effortless!

  • Insurance

See options in the insurance tab


  • Complete your payment

To guarantee your scheduled procedure or care we will need to receive your full payment 2 weeks prior to arrival of your medical destination. Pay via cheque, direct deposit, wire transfer, any major credit card or Paypal.

  • Review your medical itinerary


  • Meet your personal facilitator
  • Meet the medical team
  • Receive your treatment
  • Aftercareyour specialist or provider will advise and discuss aftercare protocol and will check in on you to ensure the appropriate measures are in place.


  • Visit your local providers

Keep them updated and aware of your treatment in Australia

  • Keep in touch with Medical Care Australia
  • Review your experience with Medical Care Australia

Medical Care Australia gives you access to leading world class Australian doctors, hospitals and clinics from the comfort of your home.
We provide second medical opinions and facilitate care in a wide range of procedures, not limited to:

  • General Surgery

  • Colorectal Surgery

  • Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Infertility Assessment and Care

  • Ophthalmology

  • Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat)

  • Cardiology

  • Orthopaedic Surgery

  • Plastic Surgery

  • Preventative Medical Health Check-Ups

  • Cardiovascular Health Exam

  • Diabetic Health Exam

  • Executive Medical Exam - Men

  • Executive Medical Exam - Women

  • Gynecological Health Exam

  • Pulmonary Health Exam

  • Bariatric Surgery

  • Dental Surgery

Why should I come to Australia for an operation?

Australia has one of the highest standards of health care in the world. The World Health Organisation describes it as “world-class in both its effectiveness and efficiency.”

In Australia, all doctors, nurses and allied health professionals must be registered with our national regulatory authority AHPRA to practice.

Medical sites such as our Medical Care Australia affiliated Clinics and Hospitals must be accredited to ensure they meet the highest possible standards of quality and safety in healthcare. Accreditation by the AGPAL (Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited) is a significant endorsement that a medical centre meets the requirements of governing industry standards which are set by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).

For individuals providing health care, this assessment includes both initial quality of training and ongoing observance of appropriate standards of care and professional behaviour. In particular, all GP’s must participate in ongoing professional education to maintain registration.

All Australian hospitals systems are formally accredited by a third party organisation, the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS), which assesses standards of facility, equipment and service delivery. This accreditation has to be maintained on a regular basis and helps assure that our hospitals meet international quality and safety standards of care. Many MCA preferred hospitals are also accredited with ISO 9001.

With these standards in place, Australia is home to world-renowned surgeons and specialists.

Moreover, Australia is a destination perfect for post-operative care with an exceptional recovery environment. Coupled with natural beauty and cultural richness, it is a great place to combine your medical treatment with a holiday and relaxing travel experience.

Our food, wine, nature and local festivities bring an abundance of overseas travellers to Australia to experience what is truly a unique place.

Why should I put my trust in Medical Care Australia as my facilitator?

Medical Care Australia was founded and is managed by medical professionals with 60+ years experience in the Australian and international medical industry. This experience ensures that MCA are able to facilitate and give you access to the most professional, experienced health professionals and institutions in Australia.

At Medical Care Australia all requests and enquiries are handled in a professional manner adhering to administrative and medical best practice in association with Australian laws and regulations. All surgeons, doctors and medical institutions that MCA collaborates with, comply with or are registered through Australian regulatory frameworks:

  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL)
  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
  • Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS)
  • Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act)

How do International patients communicate with doctors and medical staff?

Medical Care Australia has access to and can provide interpretation services to patients if necessary.

Who chooses my doctor and hospital?

MCA reviews each patient on a case by case basis. Professionals at MCA will guide you to the most appropriate and specialised doctor, specialist or hospital available for your particular condition. If you have a particular inquiry or request about a certain hospital, clinic or specialist, MCA are happy to discuss that request with you.

Can MCA organise my whole trip?

Medical Care Australia are able to assist you with all administrative, medical travel and accommodation plans for your trip:

  • Assistance with Visa, Passport and Insurance requirements
  • Booking and management of travel (pick-up and drop off service to airport and medical appointments)
  • Management of medical itinerary
  • Booking of pre or post-operative activities
  • Translation services if needed.

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