- published: 29 Jan 2014
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What is expat healthcare like on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Expats in the Cabrera Dominican Republic region have been very happy with the Cabarete Medical Center. The http://DRescapes.com team sat down with an executive at the facility to find out what expat health insurance options were available and what level of care expats could expect at CMC. As you will see in this and other videos in this series, The CMC hospital is state of the art and most specialty services are offered. The facility is only about 4 years old, and they are already adding a third floor with additional hospital services catering to the large expat community living in and visiting this region of the north coast of the Dominican Republic. The hospital is called Centro Medico, or Cabarete Medical ...
The Dominican Association of Health Tourism (ADTS) is a nonprofit organization that promotes the Dominican Republic as an ideal location for medical tourism due to its medical, dental and welfare of high quality and cost-effectiveness , terms of hospitality, encouraging best industry practices and safety of care, promoting centers and specialists with appropriate endorsements, accreditations and certifications in order to ensure good results and a positive experience for health tourists. It is chaired by Dr. Alejandro Cambiaso, Board Certified Medical Tourism expert on Prevention and Management of Health Centers.
About the immigrants in the DR and the toll they impose on the Dominican welfare system in terms of health care provision
Part 2: What happens when ABC News confronts the resort about various problems?
An in-depth look at PRHDR
This video goes over ways of how to maintain your health care while living in the Dominican Republic through the VA
Con el objetivo de prevenir (ITS/VIH) y embarazos no deseados el Servicio Nacional de Salud (SNS) recibirá dos millones de condones No Logo de la Organización Society for Family Health (SFH). La donación de los preservativos fue legitimada mediante la firma de un convenio entre el doctor Nelson Rodríguez Monegro, director ejecutivo del SNS y Wendy Altagracia Alba Mendoza, directora ejecutiva de Population Services International (PSI) y Society for Family Health (SFH).
Service members from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center observed and evaluated surgical candidates from the Dominican Republic for the 2016 medical readiness training exercise or MEDRETE. Using social networking staff were able to screen potential patients. (Produced by MC1 Christopher Krucke/WRNMMC PAO)
Sabrina M. an alumni from our Health, Assistance and Nursing program at CVCEC, talks about what she learned and enjoyed from her Dominican Republic volunteering experience. http://nfsb.me/sabrina-talks-about-dominican-experience
The Boston University chapter of Timmy Global Health aims to expand access to healthcare through fundraising, advocacy, and service. Our medical service trip to our partner organization Banelino, is one of the many ways our members get involved in the fight against health disparities. Learn more at https://timmyatbu.wordpress.com/ Don't forget to like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TIMMYatBU Special thanks to the medical professionals from DaVita for joining us on our 2016 medical service trip.
Health Researcher Cochise Tarak-Saa covers some of the vegetarian foods that he consumes on the daily basis while in The Dominican Republic. He has currently reduced all meat consumption to help repair any maladies that are in the body. ---- Cochise Tarak-Saa is a former professional athlete turned wellness author. He surmises that health is not just about weight loss, disease prevention or physical fitness. It is all encompassing of a person's entire life. In addition to nutrition, areas such as personal development, personal relationships and financial wealth all play a role in establishing a healthy being. ThisIsCochise provides commensical information that everyone can apply to their lives. Subscribe To Newsletter: http://www.thisiscochise.com/ ▼ Find Cochise here: https://twi...
For more than three years, Leona Adolfo has worked as a nurse with Profamilia's mobile health unit, reaching the most marginalized communities in the Dominican Republic with quality health care. Watch this video to learn more about Leona and her work.
Sharing updated supplies for dominican republic trip, sharing my journey
here's a peak into my trip to the dominican republic to do the global health initiative program with global leadership adventures!! enjoy!! :) song: starlight by neverest camera: go pro hero 5