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June 28, 2017

JFL Working With Metro Pavia in Puerto Rico

By: St. Croix Source / June 23, 2017 (St. Croix)
The Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital on St. Croix has signed a collaborative agreement with Metro Pavia Health System to refer patients at a reduced cost for specialized care. Metro Pavía Health System is the largest affiliated hospital network in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean with twelve hospitals across the Island.
June 23, 2017

Juan F. Luis Hospital and Metro Pavia Health System Achieves a Collaborative Agreement

By: Metro Pavia Health System / June 23, 2017 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Metro Pavia Health System, the largest network of affiliated hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean specialized to receive the International Patients under the Medical Tourism Program and the Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital & Medical Center (JFL) have achieved a collaborative agreement to provide excellent medical services to patients referred by JFL at reasonable costs.
January 24, 2017

Press Release: Extra Medical Care Abroad at Metro Pavia Hospital is Much Closer After a Successful Medical Educational Event

Road Town, Tortola / December 3, 2016
Distinguished Physicians from Metro Pavia Health System (MPHS) Puerto Rico, visited Tortola, BVI to share the latest techniques on Medical Treatments. MPHS, the Largest Network of Hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 6 certified facilities specialized in International Patients through the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) celebrates its 15TH Annual Medical Symposium. The Symposium was attended by a crowded group of specialists from Peebles Hospital and renown local healthcare providers as Eureka and Bougainvillea Clinic amongst others; held at Maria’s By The Sea Conference Facilities in Road Town, Tortola.
January 23, 2017

Finding Health Care Solutions in Nearby Puerto Rico

Published on Jul 20, 2016
Jet Out of Town to Save Money on medical and dental surgeries. Many people fly abroad for elective surgery, such as cosmetic surgery, to cut down on costs. Now more doctors are performing surgeries that are more traditional, like cancer patients and patients suffering from heart disease.
May 5, 2016

Metro Pavia Health System Strengthens its Position in The Medical Tourism Industry

By: Metro Pavia Health System / May 5, 2016 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Metro Pavia Health System announced it has become the private hospital network with the highest number of medical tourism certifications in Puerto Rico. With a 10 million dollars investment six of its member institutions prepared themselves in order to successfully conclude the process of training, evaluation and certification from the Medical Tourism Association (MTA).
November 21, 2015

Pavia Hospital, Ahead of Healthcare in Tortola, BVI

By: Metro Pavia Health System / November 21, 2015 (Road Town, Tortola)
Metro Pavia Health System (MPHS), The largest network of hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, specialized under the Medical Tourism area and the first to obtain the International Patients Certification Award in Puerto Rico through the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) celebrates its 14th Annual Medical Symposium, a successful event held at Maria’s by the Sea Conference Facilities in Road Town, Tortola. The Symposium was attended by a crowded group of specialists and local healthcare providers.
June 9, 2015

Puerto Rico Points to Medical Tourism Training for Personal Touches

By: Medical Tourism Magazine / June 9, 2015 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
A personal touch may not have meant much to Marcy Heistand at first, until the harsh realities of a tumor somewhere between her lungs and chest slapped her hard in the stomach. For sure she felt the uneasiness of her symptoms – shortness of breath, cough, and fatigue – but she wanted assurance in a decision only she and her family could make.
May 11, 2015

Anguilla & Puerto Rico: Promoting Medical Tourism

By: The Anguillian / May 11, 2015 (Anguilla)
There is growing cooperation between Anguilla and Puerto Rico in which, through the services of Pavia Hospital, in that US territory, Anguillians are receiving specialist treatment, although a formal agreement is still to be accomplished.
May 4, 2015

Anguilla Prepares to Welcome Seaborne Airlines from San Juan

By: The Anguillian / May 4, 2015 (Anguilla)
Plans are currently being finalized for the inaugural flight of Seaborne Airlines to Anguilla on April 30, 2015. The 34- seater SAAB aircraft, which will operate three days per week on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, is scheduled to depart San Juan at 1:00 pm, arriving Anguilla at 2:05 pm. The flight will then depart Anguilla at 2:50 pm, arriving San Juan at 3:55 pm. A special introductory rate of US$215.00 roundtrip, with all taxes included, will be available on the flight up to June 17th, 2015.
April 16, 2015

First Medical Tourism Certification Awarded to a Hospital in Puerto Rico

By: Metro Pavia Health System / April 16, 2015 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
The Puerto Rico Medical Tourism Corporation and Medical Tourism Association (MTA) headquartered in Florida, announced today that the Hospital Pavia Santurce became the first health provider in the Island to be certified in medical tourism after a training process and inspection of facilities.
June 28, 2017

JFL Working With Metro Pavia in Puerto Rico

By: St. Croix Source / June 23, 2017 (St. Croix)
The Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital on St. Croix has signed a collaborative agreement with Metro Pavia Health System to refer patients at a reduced cost for specialized care. Metro Pavía Health System is the largest affiliated hospital network in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean with twelve hospitals across the Island.
June 23, 2017

Juan F. Luis Hospital and Metro Pavia Health System Achieves a Collaborative Agreement

By: Metro Pavia Health System / June 23, 2017 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Metro Pavia Health System, the largest network of affiliated hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean specialized to receive the International Patients under the Medical Tourism Program and the Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital & Medical Center (JFL) have achieved a collaborative agreement to provide excellent medical services to patients referred by JFL at reasonable costs.
January 24, 2017

Press Release: Extra Medical Care Abroad at Metro Pavia Hospital is Much Closer After a Successful Medical Educational Event

Road Town, Tortola / December 3, 2016
Distinguished Physicians from Metro Pavia Health System (MPHS) Puerto Rico, visited Tortola, BVI to share the latest techniques on Medical Treatments. MPHS, the Largest Network of Hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, with 6 certified facilities specialized in International Patients through the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) celebrates its 15TH Annual Medical Symposium. The Symposium was attended by a crowded group of specialists from Peebles Hospital and renown local healthcare providers as Eureka and Bougainvillea Clinic amongst others; held at Maria’s By The Sea Conference Facilities in Road Town, Tortola.
January 23, 2017

Finding Health Care Solutions in Nearby Puerto Rico

Published on Jul 20, 2016
Jet Out of Town to Save Money on medical and dental surgeries. Many people fly abroad for elective surgery, such as cosmetic surgery, to cut down on costs. Now more doctors are performing surgeries that are more traditional, like cancer patients and patients suffering from heart disease.
May 5, 2016

Metro Pavia Health System Strengthens its Position in The Medical Tourism Industry

By: Metro Pavia Health System / May 5, 2016 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Metro Pavia Health System announced it has become the private hospital network with the highest number of medical tourism certifications in Puerto Rico. With a 10 million dollars investment six of its member institutions prepared themselves in order to successfully conclude the process of training, evaluation and certification from the Medical Tourism Association (MTA).
November 21, 2015

Pavia Hospital, Ahead of Healthcare in Tortola, BVI

By: Metro Pavia Health System / November 21, 2015 (Road Town, Tortola)
Metro Pavia Health System (MPHS), The largest network of hospitals in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, specialized under the Medical Tourism area and the first to obtain the International Patients Certification Award in Puerto Rico through the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) celebrates its 14th Annual Medical Symposium, a successful event held at Maria’s by the Sea Conference Facilities in Road Town, Tortola. The Symposium was attended by a crowded group of specialists and local healthcare providers.
June 9, 2015

Puerto Rico Points to Medical Tourism Training for Personal Touches

By: Medical Tourism Magazine / June 9, 2015 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
A personal touch may not have meant much to Marcy Heistand at first, until the harsh realities of a tumor somewhere between her lungs and chest slapped her hard in the stomach. For sure she felt the uneasiness of her symptoms – shortness of breath, cough, and fatigue – but she wanted assurance in a decision only she and her family could make.
May 11, 2015

Anguilla & Puerto Rico: Promoting Medical Tourism

By: The Anguillian / May 11, 2015 (Anguilla)
There is growing cooperation between Anguilla and Puerto Rico in which, through the services of Pavia Hospital, in that US territory, Anguillians are receiving specialist treatment, although a formal agreement is still to be accomplished.
May 4, 2015

Anguilla Prepares to Welcome Seaborne Airlines from San Juan

By: The Anguillian / May 4, 2015 (Anguilla)
Plans are currently being finalized for the inaugural flight of Seaborne Airlines to Anguilla on April 30, 2015. The 34- seater SAAB aircraft, which will operate three days per week on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, is scheduled to depart San Juan at 1:00 pm, arriving Anguilla at 2:05 pm. The flight will then depart Anguilla at 2:50 pm, arriving San Juan at 3:55 pm. A special introductory rate of US$215.00 roundtrip, with all taxes included, will be available on the flight up to June 17th, 2015.
April 16, 2015

First Medical Tourism Certification Awarded to a Hospital in Puerto Rico

By: Metro Pavia Health System / April 16, 2015 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
The Puerto Rico Medical Tourism Corporation and Medical Tourism Association (MTA) headquartered in Florida, announced today that the Hospital Pavia Santurce became the first health provider in the Island to be certified in medical tourism after a training process and inspection of facilities.