Medical Tourism for Hair Transplant

Profile Clinic Is Pioneer Introducing Medical Tours In North India

Over the past years Medical Tourism has bloomed in abroad countries like USA, UK and Europe. The aim of these tours is to get the best treatment at reasonable rates.

India is well known for their doctors hence, has become the favorite destination for medical tours next to Thailand and Singapore, becoming the top rated medical tour destination.

The main reason is the quality of healthcare infrastructure is high and the doctors are equally skilled but, top mist the cost is very low compared to other countries.

Be it elective procedures ot complex surgeries India is your destination. If you are planning a kidney transplant or a Coronary Angioplasty but, can not afford it back hone in the USA then India is the place you need to come.

The reason behind this is:

  • The doctors are either trained or have worked in hospitals abroad.
  • Almost all doctors and nurses are fluent in English.
  • Most of the hospitals have international quality conglomerates.
  • The cost of treatment with travel and lodge is still very less in comparison yo back home in the US.
  • There is no long waiting for your treatment.
  • Treatment is highly superior.
  • Medical tour offers treatment-cum-leisure.
  • You gey customized food and stay.

Why choose us?

Profile Clinic is the pioneer as we are the introducers of medical tourism in North India.

Among our many features we also:

  • Provide pick and drop facility from airports from cities like Delhi, Amritsar and Chandigarh.
  • Provide a 25% discount on stay at 3 star and 5 stat hotels at Ludhiana.
  • As a compliment to our guests we provide local transportation to the clinic as well.
  • We also provide travel packages to tourist places like Amritsar, Shimla and Kullu-Manali.



Delhi           330 K.m.

Amritsar     137 K.m.


The figures defy human imagination. India, in all her diversity, encompasses one of the largest highway and road networks on the planet. In fact, it is second only to the road network of the United States.The total length of roads in the country exceeds 3.01 million kilometres. This labyrinthine network consists of 34,608 km of national highways, 128,622 km of state highways, and an informal network running to an astounding 2,737,080 km.

Yet, national highways are estimated to carry 40 per cent of the total road traffic but account for only 2 per cent of the total network

Place Distance (in Km.) Timeing Via Rail Timeing Via Road
Delhi 320 4 hrs. 4 hrs.
Amritsar 137 2 hrs. 2 hrs.
Chandighar 90 xxx hrs. 1.30 hrs.
Shimla 210 6 hrs. 5 hrs.
Dharmashala 300 xxx hrs. 6 hrs.
Jammu 400 6 hrs. 6 hrs.
Vaishno Devi 500 xxx hrs. 8 hrs.


Ludhiana, the site of a great battle in the First Sikh War (1845) is now Punjab’s most populated metropolitan city. This city situated on the banks of the Sutlej River, was founded in 1480 by Lodhi princess from Delhi. It is a major textile and light engineering centre. Its hosiery goods are in great demand in all the markets of the east and the west. It exports woolen garments, machine tools, dyes, cycle parts, mopeds, sewing machines and motor parts to all over the world

Tourist Attractions – Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib Alamgir | Pir-I-Dastgir shrine | Punjab Agricultural University Museum | Christian Medical college | Bilwanwali Masjid | Famous Tombs | Gurudwara Charan Kamal | Gurudwara Nanaksar Jagraon

Gurudwara Shrimanji Sahib AlamgirSituated 10 Km from Ludhiana, the gurudwara commemorates the place where the Muslim devotees Nabi Khan and Ghani Khan had carried Guru Gobind Singh to safety during the battle. Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708), the last of the Sikh Gurus, transformed the pacifist Sikh sect into a martial community. He introduced rites of initiation into well-organised Sikh army known as the ‘Khalsa’. There is a tank where it is believed that the Guruji had shot an arrow into the parched earth to pierce a sub-terrain stream of water. A fair is held there in every December.

Pir-I-Dastgir shrineThe fort to the north-west of Ludhiana includes the shrine of Pir-I-Dastgir, also known as Abdul Kadir Galani which draws both Hindu and Muslim pilgrims.

Phillaur FortThe fort was designed by Dewan Mohkam Chand, the brave general of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. It is police training center now.

Punjab Agricultural University MuseumThe world famous, Punjab Agriculture University founded in 1962 is situated on the outskirts of the city. It is patterned after the Land Grant College of America. The Museum of Rural history of Punjab is on the University campus. The museum building resemble the traditional houses of rural Punjab. A 100 yard long path, flanked on both sides by water channels, leads to the finely carved doors of the museum. There are exhibits of old bronze utensils, farming equipment etc Open from 9 am to 1.00 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm.

Christian Medical collegeEstablished in 1895, Christian Medical College was the first school of medicine in Asia. This college has a partnership with CMC in Vellore. Both these colleges together form one of the South Asia’s major teaching and research hospitals.

Bilwanwali MasjidMosque of Kamal-ud-din Khan/Sarai Doraha on the main highway, dates back to Emperor Jahangir’s time. Rectangular in shape it has rooms and varandahs on all sides. Two great double storied gates are profusely decorated with coloured tiles and intricate brick carvings Bhir has the famous mosque built by Mohammad Ghori in 1911.

Famous TombsMausoleum of Alawal Khan built during Shah Jehan’s reign is octagonal in shape, surmounted by double pear shaped dome. The tomb of Bahadur Khan has sloping walls Tomb of Husain Khan is 2 storied tomb.

Gurudwara Charan KamalThis Gurudwara situated in village Machhiwara, 35 km from Ludhiana, commemorates the place where Sri Guru Gobind Singh had rested while fighting a guerrilla war against a massive Mughal force.

Gurudwara Nanaksar JagraonIt is located 38 km from Ludhiana, a remarkable memorial of the Sikh Saint, Baba Nand Singh Kaleranwale. A five days fair is held here in his memory in August every year.


Indian Railway- History The first train on Indian soil ran between Mumbai and Thane on April 16th 1853. The train had 14 coaches and was hauled by 3 steam locomotives. There were 400 passengers on the train and the 21 mile journey took an hour and fifteen minutes. which is known today as the Central Railway(CR).

Indian Railways – The Present Today, the Indian Railways is the largest railway system in the world carrying millions of passengers and freight across the length and breadth of India.

Train No Train Name. Arrival Departure
2013 New Delhi-Amritsar Shatabdi Express 20:18 20:21
2014 Amritsar-New Delhi Shatabdi Express 06:58 07:03
2029 New Delhi-Amritsar Shatabdi Express 11:12 11:15
2030 Amritsar-New Delhi Shatabdi Express 18:53 18:58
2031 New Delhi – Amritsar Satabdi Express 11:12 11:15
2032 Amritsar – New Delhi Satabdi Express 18:53 18:58
2403 Delhi-Jammu Tawi Express 03:55 04:05
2425 New Delhi -Jammu Tawi Rajdhani Express 01:10 01:20
2426 Jammu Tawi- New Delhi Rajdhani Express 00:55 01:00
2471 Mumbai Central -Jammu Tawi Swaraj Express 10:00 10:30
2497 New Delhi- Amritsar Shan-e-Punjab Express 11:50 11:55
2498 Amritsar-New Delhi Shan-e-Punjab Express 17:20 17:25
2715 Amritsar-Nanded Express 18:55 19:20
2903 Mumbai Central – Amritsar Golden Temple Mail 03:35 03:45
4034 Jammu Tawi Delhi Jammu Mail 23:40 23:55
4535 Kalka – Amritsar Express 20:35 20:45
4536 Amritsar- Kalka Express 03:00 03:10
4645 New Delhi- Jammu Tawi Shalimar Express 00:10 00:35
4659 New Delhi – Amritsar Express 18:25 18:50
4681 New Delhi- Jalandhar Express 22:10 22:30
4682 Jalandhar- New Delhi Express 05:30 05:40


You can Book the hotel of your choice in Ludhiana. Though we suggest Hotel Park Plaza ***** and Hotel Maharaja Regency***. We have a tie up with both of these hotels for corporate rates for our clients


Ashoka Hotel And Restaurant
Court Road Nr Clock Tower Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2740654
Bambi Hotel
G T Road Opp Railway Station Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2710544
Bansi Resorts Private Limited
Opposite Clock Tower G. T.Road, Ludhiana – 141 008
Phone: 0161-2725963 Fax: 0161-2725534
Basant Resorts
1-G Nr Welcome Palace Sarabha Nagar Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2463969
Capital Hotel
Bhadaur House Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2744277
Chevron International
Link Road, Ludhiana – 141 002
Phone: 0161-2407948 / 2408851 / 2408889 Fax: 0161-2425514
Details: Access : 8 kms. from Airport. 2 kms. from Railway Station.
Grewal Hotel’s (P) Ltd (Govt. approved)
148 , Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana – 141 001
Phone: 0161-2400465/2400466/2402465 Fax: 0161-2402466
Details: Access: 8kms from Airport, 2kms from Railway station, Close to down town area, Cuisine: Indian, Chinese and Continental
Hamilton Aamer Hotel
G T Road Near Jacksin Petrol Pump Jallandhar Bye Pass Ludhiana-141003
Phone: 0161-2747991
Hardy’s World
G T Road Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2740908
Hotel Baron
Ferozapur Road Opp P A C Gate No 2 Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2456397
Hotel Batra Palace
Bhaiwala Chowk Opp Grewal Hotel Ferozepur Road Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2403939
Hotel Citizen
G T Road Opp Bhadaur House Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2745434
Hotel Gulmor
Bhadaur House Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2744618
Hotel Maharaja
Bhadaur House Mkt Nr Clock Tower Ludhiana-141008
Phone: 0161-2741725
Magnet Resorts Limited
Ferozepur Road Barewal Awana Octroi Post Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2460033
Maharaja Regency
Ferozepur Road Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2424272
Majestic Park Plaza
Bhai Bala Chk.Ferozepur Road Ludhiana-141001
Phone: 0161-2406191