The Cuban company Cubanacán Turismo y Salud has reported good results, considering the increasing demand for health services in the Caribbean Island.
According to preliminary statistics, the company attended to more than 5,000 visitors from 38 countries who traveled to Cuba from January to September to receive medical treatments.
Company executives pointed out that 1,700 vacationers also benefited from medical treatments at specialized health centers in Cuba.
Cubanacán Turismo y Salud has signed contracts with companies from 40 countries, mostly in the Americas, with the exception of the United States, as well as in the Caribbean and Europe.
Visitors mainly come from Canada, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, Chile, Bahamas, Jamaica, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
The company attended to 9,000 visitors last year, who received medical treatments in orthopedics, general surgery, cosmetic surgery, cardiology and pediatrics.
There is also this article we posted about Cubanacan Tourism and Health.
This is the official page for Cubanacan Tourism and Health where they offer the following services:
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES:
Drug addicted patient’s recovery and promotion of other medical programs such as Clinical and Surgical.
TOURISTIC MEDICAL SERVICES:
International Clinics offer primary health services to visitors and tourists. This clinics exist as network in all tourist poles of the country
QUALITY OF LIFE:
Two main product concepts are SPA and SPA-Talasotherapeutic.
A whole net of drugstore which hold the exclusive commercialization of high demand Cuban drugs.
MIRAMAR OPTICAL STORES NETWORK:
It consists of a number of highly competent service units based on modern technology, which offer consultation services on refractometry, optometry and contactology.
1.- Treatment for the Addiction
2.- Clinical and Surgical Program
3.- Pigmentary Retinosis
3.- Neurological Rehabilitation and Restoration
4.- Treatment for Vitiligo, Psoriasis and Alopecia
5.- Aesthetic Surgery Program
6.- Quality of Life
I posted this information not to promote the organization but to provide information for many Havana Journal readers that have asked about cosmetic surgery and medical tourism in Cuba. We do not recommend nor endorse any healthcare services in Cuba and would recommend that any potential patients seek competent medical advice before considering any medical treatments in Cuba.