How Much Would A Quadruple Bypass Surgery Cost For Someone Without Health Insurance?

A man in our community had to have quadruple bypass surgery and he has no health insurance. We are thinking of trying to help him out some financially. How much would this cost?


  1. He should have the surgery in India. There has been a big surge in “medical tourism.” For a fraction of the cost of the procedure in the U.S., he can go to India and have excellent surgeons take care of him, and round the clock care with nurses. It will be a lot easier to raise that money–I think in one day you could probably raise the $10,000 to $15,000 necessary for the procedure in India. In the U.S., I think it would cost over $100,000. Just google for more information “india medical tourism heart bypass”

  2. I see you are considering options for treatment. The question I have to ask you is this…

    How do you figure out which treatment centers are for real, which have limited experience and which don’t have the top doctors or are just trying to take your money?

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