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GOLD – March Issue Presents: Premium Healthcare In Cyprus

GOLD – March Issue Presents: Premium Healthcare In Cyprus

Cyprus has always had a large, thriving healthcare industry, catering not only for local residents but also for a growing number of foreign visitors who view the island as a health tourism destination.

 

The introduction of the long-awaited National Health Scheme has brought major changes to the healthcare industry but it has not meant the end of the private sector or, indeed, the country’s long-held aspiration to become an international provider of premium healthcare to residents who wish to enjoy the benefits of first-rate treatment from the very best professionals and non-residents who are attracted by the opportunity to undergo medical procedures and to recuperate in top-class facilities in Cyprus’ mild climate. In addition to an article/interview on the subject of premium healthcare, the March 21, 2021 issue of GOLD will include a Special Promotional Feature on the topic, offering companies that are active in the sector an opportunity to present their products and services in a double-page spread. It is aimed at:

•Private Hospitals/Clinics/Nursing Homes

•Diagnostic Laboratories

•Pharmaceutical Companies

•Pharmacies

•Suppliers of Medical Equipment

•IT Companies

•Alternative Medicine Providers

•Health Tourism Organisers

•Consultancy Firms

•Universities Offering Courses in Medicine

•Medical Insurance Providers

 

The material for publication must be sent complete and in compliance with the above requirements by 8 March, 2021.

For further information please contact Erika Phylakti +357 22 505550 | erika.phylakti@imhbusiness.com

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