In the last decade, Jordan has been ranked first in the Arab world and the fifth in the world of medical tourism, as what attracts patients is the reduction of prices for treatment in Europe . Jordan annually receives 300,000 visitors for treatment and about half a million facilities. The tourism revenue is estimated at more than $ 1 billion per year. The number of hospitals is 103, with a total of 13,000 beds, with investments estimated at $ 3 billion. There are a number of public and private hospitals in Amman, frequented by Arab patients from the Gulf States , Iraq , Yemen and the Maghreb countries . Medical tourism in Jordan is characterized by skill and expertise in the field of heart disease and surgery as well as the application of a lot of delicate surgery for eyes , kidneys and lungs.