The 4th Annual World Medical Tourism & Global Health Congress is pleased to announce Hospital Almater as a Bronze Sponsor at the conference held on October 25-28, 2011.

Hospital Almater was born July 27, 1987.  Since the beginning, the remarked corporate philosophy of the company, quality services at best cost, cost-benefit philosophy has gained through time a prominent place in all the services the company provides, which has experience care and renowned  insurance groups such as Nacional Provincial,  AXA, MetLife and health insurers and Health Administrators of North America.

 

“For Hospital Almater, the WMT & GHC Congress is an excellent platform to internationalize our services, contact medical providers and know what is happening in the medical tourism industry,” said Dra. Patricia Meza, Hospital Almater. “We have the opportunity to present tour hospital and the quality of our services to all attendees of the conference,” she added.

 

This is the one event per year where Employers, Self Funded Health Plans, Insurance Companies, and Medical Tourism Facilitators that are looking to outsource healthcare overseas have the opportunity to meet with top International Hospitals and Medical Tourism Companies in one place for the ultimate networking event. As a Bronze Sponsor, Hospital Almater will receive multiple benefits including recognition throughout the conference and preferred exhibit booth placement.

 

The conference is the dedicated annual event of the Medical Tourism Association, the nonprofit trade association in the Medical Tourism industry,   http://www.medicaltourismassociation.com and media partner Medical Tourism Magazine, http://www.medicaltourismmag.com the only dedicated magazine for the medical tourism and global healthcare industry, and by Medical Tourism City, http://www.medicaltourismcity.com, a social network for the medical tourism and global healthcare industry with over one thousand participants from over sixty countries.

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