The head of her Sales department, Iliena Reyes, confirmed the above in exclusive statements to Cuban Medical Advances, in which she described the anniversary as a before and after, while Covid-19 provides an additional meaning.
In the period of work that followed, the doctor stated, of the seven lines of business or defined modalities, the greatest weight was on professionals associated with medical and health services abroad.
This arises -said Reyes- from the great experience, of more than 50 years, that Cuba accumulates in this field of collaboration and allows us to respond to the different needs required by countries and world organizations, she stressed.
Data from the company itself show that from 1963 to date, 450,000 workers in the sector were present in 140 nations on all continents and there are currently more than 28,000 in 63 States.
Cuban aid workers participated in the confrontation with the pandemic through the constitution of 57 Henry Reeve brigades sent to 40 countries, of which the head of the CSMC Sales department exemplified Italy, Andorra and Kuwait.
The president of the entity, Yamila de Armas, joined the exchange with the Cuban Medical Advances magazine at this point, who took advantage of the moment to underline the contribution during two decades of each of its service providers.
However, she evaluated of singular importance the contribution of the international clinics Cira García, Camilo Cienfuegos, Siboney, plus the international health centers La Pradera and Neurological Restoration.
Likewise, she recognized the Hermanos Amejeiras, Frank País hospitals, the Minimally Access Surgery Center, the Institutes of Cardiology, Oncology and the William Soler pediatric cardiocentre.
Inside the archipelago, she said, nine international clinics coincide with the main tourist centers, which make up a network very close to visitors, guaranteeing their health and safety, emphasized she de Armas.
We intend to increase and strengthen health lines for well-being and quality of life within the country, as well as academic services (events, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees), in them the successes of the Cuban educational and curricular system, Reyes said.
The first modality, she explained, with an approach aimed at meeting the demands of tourists, based on having a robust hotel infrastructure, the Caribbean island platform and its warm waters.
We have multidisciplinary teams of doctors, nurses, technicians, engineers, technologists, psychologists, highly trained and experienced, specifically bioenergetic and natural medicine, something that the Cuban academy includes as a specialty, she said.
(Reproduced from Cuban Medical Advances)