ADTS strengthens alliance to boost medical tourism in Central America and the Caribbean

Santo Domingo.- With the intention of promoting health tourism, the Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic, (CENTROCAMARA-RD) and the Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS), signed an agreement.

In the same they commit themselves to make a networking approach with the members of the Dominican Association of Health Tourism and Centrocámara.

The agreement signed by Dr. Alejandro Cambiaso, president of the ADTS, and Soraya Isabel Estévez Estrella, president of Centrocamara, contemplates working in partnership to develop new projects related to the mission and vision of both organizations.

Also, promote the 5th International Congress of Health and Wellness Tourism, an event organized by the Dominican Association of Health Tourism and AF Strategic Communication.

Likewise, to promote the Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS) in Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama), the United States and the Caribbean.

Similarly, promote educational and commercial relations between members of the ADTS and members of Centrocámara.

Under the contract, the promotions will also be present in the diplomatic and consular corps of the 14 embassies with Central America and the Dominican Republic.

It also includes the promotion in social networks and in important events of Centrocamara. Stresses that as organizations committed to the economic, social and cultural development of the Dominican Republic and the region, they will be able to formulate and develop any joint initiative that both parties are willing to support, in fulfilling the aforementioned objectives and strengthening this alliance .

CENTROCAMARA Ambassadors and Dr. Alejandro Cambiaso - dohealthwell

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