Costa Rica Medical Care is Accepted as a Member of Promed Council
Lake Geneva, WI (News4us.com) September 14, 2010
Costa Rica Medical Care (CRMC) is pleased to announce that they have been accepted as a member of PROMED in Costa Rica. Executive director of PROMED, Massimo Manzi, released the following statement:
“PROMED, the Council for the International Promotion of Costa Rica Medicine, is proud to announce that the company Costa Rica Medical Care has been accepted as member of the association. The Lake Geneva, Wisconsin-based medical tourism/facilitator company is the first international facilitator to join the Costa Rica’s official Board for the promotion and quality assurance of the country’s private healthcare and medical tourism industry.”
CRMC founder Tim Morales said, “We are pleased to be working with Massimo Manzi and PROMED to further promote medical tourism in Costa Rica. We just returned from another successful trip to Costa Rica building on our list medical and dental providers. Now that the open enrollment season has started for many U.S. employers, it is important that all companies offer a medical facilitator to their health care benefits package. Costa Rica Medical Care offers a complete package for companies at no cost to their employees. In these trying times, every penny of health care savings counts.”
Health care costs in the United States have exploded in the last few years, but the same procedures are very affordable in Costa Rica. Many patients and/or their employers who have to pay out of pocket do not realize they have other options that can keep them healthy and save them money at the same time. Working with the three JCI-accredited private hospitals, physicians, plastic surgeons and dental clinics in Costa Rica, CRMC can help people save up to 70% on certain medical care procedures.
Why not let CRMC make an introduction for you to the one or more of the many qualified medical providers in Costa Rica? For more information on Costa Rican Medical Care, visit www.costaricanmedicalcare.com or call them at 262-348-1300.
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