Alliance to Increase Medical Tourism

The strategic alliance between Hospital Clínica Bíblica and MedTrava Group will promote Costa Rica as a medical tourism destination for the United States market.

Monday, June 15, 2009


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MedTrava Group, one of the main agencies of medical tourism in the United States, announced an alliance with Hospital Clínica Bíblica in Costa Rica. Their objective is to offer an additional low-cost medical tourism destination for its American clients.

The International Department director at Hospital Clínica Bíblica, Brad Cook, said: "Being only two and a half hours from Miami, our hospital offers patients an extensive range of procedures and medical treatments of the latest generation at accessible prices. We are very excited about the alliance with MedTrava, which will allow for more patients to experience the quality of the services offered by the Bíblica Hospital Clinic."

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