Tapscott Health, Inc. (THI), a Medical Tourism Facilitator that provides Foreigners and/or “Balikbayans” solutions to their concerns over health & wellness while traveling or retiring in the Philippines. THI, has also created a network of physicians, hospitals and out-patient surgery centers to accommodate the Medical Tourism population traveling to the Philippines.

THI has partnered with US Organizations that access licensed insurance agents, Independent Physicians Associations, Medical Groups, Managed Care Organization and Marketing Agents.

THI facilitates and arranges for its clients access to quality and cost effective Medical, Health & Wellness Tourism Products for foreign travelers seeking or requiring these Services in the Philippines.

THI also serves as a healthcare solution to foreign retirees, frequent business travelers, expats and tourists, who have Emergency Worldwide Coverage.

In addition to this, THI offers a “Medical Tourism” product, providing cost effective rates for elective and non-elective procedures in the Philippines, synergizing Medical, Travel and Wellness services.

In conclusion, THI provides Concierge, Assistance and Coordination services by referring to its network of hospitals, surgery centers, doctors and other care providers supporting Medical Tourism, Medicare Portability, Care for Retirees and Assisted Living Candidates. Without acting as a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) service provider.

Our Vision Mission


  • THI envisions itself to be the leading Medical Tourism Facilitator in the Philippines.


  • To develop and grow the Medical Tourism Industry in the Philippines.
  • To promote and create customized travel, tourism, health and wellness packages.
  • To provide high quality healthcare services at cost effective rates in partnership with its medical network.
  • Excellence in Customer Service.


Destination of the Year' at TTG Awards 2014

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, a Unesco World Heritage Site

Third Largest English speaking country in the world


Ambulance Transfer

Our Ambulance Transfer Service will be coordinated with neighboring tertiary hospitals through the leading ambulance service provider in Metro Manila, delivering comprehensive critical care service through fully-equipped mobile units with highly-trained and appropriate staff.

Concierge Care

The facility’s Concierge Care is a complimentary service available to all patients and guests, and designed to address non-clinical needs. From transportation to information requests and room services, our guest relations team has patient satisfaction as their priority.

Diagnostic Services

  • Imaging Services (Digital Radiography, CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasound)
  • PET-CT Scan
  • Advanced Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
  • Capsule Endoscopy
  • Digital Mammography
  • Coronary Angiogram

Treatments & Procedures

  • Orthopedics
    • Total Knee Replacement
    • Total Hip Replacement
  • Cardiology
    • Angioplasty
  • Dental
    • Oral Surgery
    • Periodontics

Other Services:

Joint Replacement Surgery Service

Legal Medicine & Jurisprudence Service

Memory Service

Movement Disorders Service

Outpatient Service

Outpatient Surgery Service

Positron Emission Tomography Service

Renal Diseases Service

Stone & Prostate Treatment Service

Stroke Service

Varicose Vein Service

Blood and Marrow Transplant Service

Cardiac Arrythmia & Atrial Fibrilation Service

Complementary Medicine

Comprehensive Brain Tumor Service

Comprehensive Occupational Health & Environmental Safety Service (COHESS)

Congenital Heart Disease Service

Dentistry & Oral Surgery Service

Emergency Care Service

Infection Control Service

Vision Laser Service

Voice, Swallowing and Sinus Service


History and People

Long ago, these islands were home to Indo-Malays and Chinese merchants. Then in 1521, Spanish explorers led by Portuguese Ferdinand Magellan discovered them. They named the archipelago “Felipinas” after Spain’s Philip II, and introduced Christianity to the people.

The explorers saw the islands’ potential for commerce, with Manila and Cebu as strategic trading ports. They established the seat of government in Cebu, later moving it to Manila in 1571. The islands were a colony of Spain from the 16th to the 19th century, for a total of 333 years.

The Filipinos waged Asia’s first nationalist revolution in 1896. On June 12, 1898, they won their independence from Spain.

After the Spaniards left, the Americans came, introducing their educational and legal systems, as well as their democratic form of government. They ruled for 48 years until World War II broke out in 1941.

Japanese troops invaded the country on December 8, 1941 and stayed for four years. The US forces returned to liberate the Filipinos and finally recognized Philippine independence on July 4, 1946.

Filipinos are a freedom-loving people, having waged two peaceful, bloodless revolutions against what were perceived as corrupt regimes. The Philippines is a vibrant democracy, as evidenced by 12 English national newspapers, 7 national television stations, hundreds of cable TV stations, and 2,000 radio stations.

Country Background

The Filipinos are known for their hospitality and service orientation.

  • Lonely Planet considers Filipinos, ‘among the most ebullient and easy going people anywhere.’
  • com ranked us the friendliest country in Asia – eight in the world.
  • Filipinos are pre-dominantly of Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, Spanish, American and Arab blood. More than 100 cultural minority groups are scattered throughout the country.


Philippines is known for their love of colors. It is apparent it in the jeepneys, tricycles, bancas, and even town festivals, such as Masskara Festivall in Bacolod, the Pahiyas in Quezon, Sinulog in Cebu, Kadayawan in Davao and Panagbenga in Baguio.

Metro Manila is the center for entertainment and cultural activities, offering various international and local entertainers.Visiting museums in Metro Manila and other parts of the country gives a glimpse of Philippine history and culture.


November to February is the coolest months and a great time to visit the Philippines as far as weather is concerned. March to May is the summer months in the country and are classified as hot and dry. June to October is rainy, with the months between July and September characterized by typhoons.

The average temperature in the Philippines is 86degreesF / 30degreesC; average humidity is 77%. Some parts of the country such as Cebu and its neighboring provinces in the Visayas are warm and comfortable in all seasons and can be visited throughout the year.


Tourists can visit the Philippines without a visa if staying in the country for 21 days or less; provided tourists have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months and a return ticket or a ticket to another destination outside the Philippines.


The currency in the Philippines is the Peso (PHP) Foreign currency may be exchanged at your hotel, and in most of the large department stores, banks and authorized money changing outlets.

Most large stores, restaurants, hotels and resorts accept major credit cards including American Express, Visa and Master Card. Traveler’ s checks preferably American Express are accepted at hotels and large department stores. Personal checks drawn on foreign banks are generally not accepted.


Food is a huge part of Filipino culture. Its cuisine can be recognized to be beautiful and surprising as the country. Esquire UK described dinner in Manila as a ‘growing flirtation that was turning into true love’.

Filipino Food is known to be an exotic tasteful fusion of Asian, European and American Cuisine. These influences have been adapted to local ingredients and the Filipino palate to create distinctly Filipino dishes.


The Philippines lies in the heart of Southeast Asia, stretching more than 1,840 kilometers. Composed of 7,107 islands, the Philippines is readily accessible to the different capitals of the world. Its three main islands are Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

Its unique location has made the Philippines the commercial, cultural and intellectual hub of Asia from the dawn of history.


There are Two official languages – Filipino and English.

Tagalog is the predominant dialect from the Luzon mainland, and is used nationally to communicate among the ethnic groups

American English continues to be taught in schools. Filipinos get a healthy amount of Hollywood movies and American TV shows. Hence, English is widely used all over the country.