A “progressive diverse citizenry” earned Fort Lauderdale a well-deserved spot among America’s Top 100 Best Places to Live, Work and Play by Livability.com, a national website that ranks quality of life amenities of U.S. small and mid-sized cities. Of 1,700 cities studied, Fort Lauderdale ranks #24.Celebrate the spirit of diversity in a friendly beach resort setting. Experience the flavors of Greater Fort Lauderdale. Visit the African American Research Library and Cultural Center. Discover the heritage of the Seminole Indians. Enjoy Caribbean-style and Latin fusion cuisine and some of the south’s best soul food and BBQ. Sunny Health is a collaborative initiative between the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, the hospitality community and the local Broward County Hospitals and medical facilities. Our mission is to provide an excellent experience for patients and their companion (s,) solidifying Broward County and Greater Fort Lauderdale as a premier global destination for world-class healthcare. Beyond the medical front, Greater Fort Lauderdale offers a casually chic destination with a combination of sea, sun, shopping, arts and entertainment–framed on the east by 23 miles of Blue Wave beaches, gently kissed by warm Atlantic waves, and bordered on the west by the Everglades, a one-of-a-kind eco-system teeming with spectacular flora and fauna
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Each year more hospitals and countries are getting involved in medical tourism and international patient services, creating more competition. Healthcare providers, hospitals and systems need to invest in creating a sustainable global brand and leverage new domestic, regional and international business relationships to increase their number of patients.