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Cuban resort upgrades medical tourism services
Published on August 16, 2017 Email To Friend    Print Version


HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- The famous Varadero tourist resort in the western Cuba province of Matanzas has upgraded its international healthcare center now offering specialized medical services.

The cutting edge technology providing the new services includes a biochemical analyzer providing fast lab tests, digital x-ray and ultrasound equipment.

Other facilities recently opened include an alternative medicine center, where patients can benefit from massages, take physical exercise, and receive dietary and anti-stress advice.

A dentistry clinic also offers patients images of the treatment they are being administered. This center offers all procedures, including prosthesis and maxillofacial surgery.

More complex services now on offer include hemodialysis for visitors who require this treatment.

The tourist resort has over 40 hotels, which provide doctors and nurses, drugstores and medical emergency services.
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