ADTS and Consular Corps in Dominican Republic sign health tourism promotion agreement

Dr. Alejandro Cambiaso, president of the Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS) and Sonia Villanueva de Brouwer, consul of the Principality of Monaco in the Dominican Republic and Dean of the Consular Corps, signed an inter-institutional agreement to work together in the Dominican Republic promotion as a health and investment tourism destination.

The information provided to Infotur Dominicana indicates that during the signing ceremony, Dr. Cambiaso said that the agreement includes the joint promotion of the guide of medical tourism and welfare of the Dominican Republic, publication of the Medical Tourism Association, which endorses to the country as an international health destination and will serve to guide the citizens of the 70 countries represented by the accredited consular body, on the availability of national health services that have the technical, logistical and idiomatic capacity to provide high health services Quality, safety and cost-effectiveness.

Both institutions will work hand in hand to carry out the III International Congress of Tourism of Health and Welfare and the organization of a breakfast of Investment of the sector, which will be held at the Hotel Reinaissance Jaragua in Santo Domingo from September 1 to 3, 2016 coordinated by the AF Strategic Communication Agency and which Dominican Infotur had already published exclusively on September 23.

The organizing committee of the event informed that the conclave will have the participation of the main world medical tourism authorities, major international health buyers, executives of local, North American and Canadian hospitals, companies from the financial, insurance, health, tourism, pharmaceutical sectors and transportation

Ms. Villanueva de Brouwer informed that the Accredited Consular Corps will manage the recruitment of recognized international investors who intend to participate and invest in new medical tourism and retirement tourism projects in the country or invest in existing projects that require expanding their reach or modernize its installed capacity.

The III International Congress of Health and Welfare Tourism is listed as the main activity of the sector throughout the Caribbean, for its components of education, multisectoral integration, business development and investment opportunities, components aligned with national development goals and that They seek to strengthen the country brand and competitiveness.

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