This year’s jubilee “10th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress” held in Los Angeles, organized by the Medical Travel Association, is attended by more than two thousand leading people in the medical tourism industry.During the plenary session of the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina and one of the leading American health institutions, Cleveland Clinic, have been awarded the prestigious “Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA)”. The significance of this news is best illustrated by the fact that in addition to the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina and Cleveland Clinic are the only two other health institutions in the world to receive this accreditation. Thus, the Special Hospital Sv. Katarina became the first European hospital with this accreditation. “The accreditation with which we were awarded is proof that the hospital Sv. Katarina has a great international reputation and meets high clinical standards of excellence in providing health services. We are proud to be the bearers of Global Healthcare Accreditation because it confirms our continued commitment to providing superior service as well as systematic care for patient safety to the highest international standards.”, Said Jadranka Primorac, member of the Management Board of Sv. Catherine.Global Healthcare Accreditation (GHA) is intended for healthcare institutions that want to achieve excellence and top quality in the management of healthcare processes, and ensure the continuity of safe and effective healthcare for patients according to the requirements of the global medical tourism market. The GHA aims to enable each accredited institution to achieve top results in the provision of health services by monitoring the daily work processes.Special Hospital Sv. Katarina is a European center of excellence and a member of the prestigious family of The Leading Hospitals of The World. The hospital is a teaching base of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Split, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Osijek, the Department of Biotechnology, University of Rijeka and the Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb and Split. In 2015, the International Certification Association (ICERTIAS) declared the hospital the best private hospital in the Republic of Croatia. In evaluating the best “brands” in Croatia, the Special Hospital Sv. In 2016 and 2017, Katarina achieved the status of Superbrands in the category of medicine. In April 2017 in London, the hospital was awarded the prestigious “Best Regional Hospital Award” in recognition of excellence recognized at the European level in the quality of service.The most important thing for the development of health tourism is top, professional, world-accredited and certified special hospitals, but in order to talk about health tourism we must complete the whole story, and hospitals should be and focus on what they are, not out of necessity. needs develop the destination themselves and invest unnecessary and unnatural resources by investing in the roles of tourist boards and agencies.We have everything again, but there are tons, but no pictures.Related news:NEVENKA KOVAČ, SB MEDICO: WE HAVE A LOT OF STORIES ABOUT STRATEGIES AND POSSIBILITIES OF HEALTH TOURISM, AND TOO MUCH WORK IS IN THE FIELDPOLYCLINIC BAGATIN NAMED THE BEST INTERNATIONAL CLINIC FOR AESTHETIC SURGERYHEALTH TOURISM – AN OPPORTUNITY WE MUST NOT MISS
“I don’t love it that much,” he told The Courier-Mail. “We’re living in it now but we’re moving out and bringing in bulldozers.”The couple are awaiting council approval to put in a three-storey luxury home with a roof terrace to make the most of the views. They hope they’ll have the go-ahead by “November-December time”. Andrew Winter’s 2019 Mermaid Beach purchase which is earmarked for demolition. The host of Selling House Australia is much kinder to homeowners Season 13 of Selling Houses Australia than he has been to himself. The first episode is 7.30pm QLD/8:30pm AEDT tonight on Foxtel’s LifeStyle channel.“We’ve never built a home like this before. It’s completely uncharted territory. It’s a narrow block and the living area will be on level three. It’s an interesting one and it’s taken a long time to get it to this stage.”He said the inclusion of the top-floor living room was at his wife’s insistence.“I was going for a living room in the middle, bedrooms on top and garages and a guest room on the ground floor. But no, the architect and my wife said entry on the middle level and living on the top and the roof terrace.” Clearance rates dive but still higher than 2019 You can only just make out the ocean now, but when they go three storeys up, it will be a different ballgame. Andrew Winter dislikes everything about this million-dollar property at present.“Unfortunately gravity doesn’t like that much, but it’s all good. It’s quite a design challenge. We’re very conscious about capturing the views.”The family loved the beach and the cafe lifestyle of Mermaid Beach.“Our kids are growing up. We moved out of central London to the suburbs of the Gold Coast and loved it. We’re facing the fact that we’re really townies, the coffee shop’s 10 minutes walk away as well as restaurants and bars. Forget the car, we don’t need it. We are embracing it.” He said it was about different stages for different people. “Some people will never have an urban desire, but there’s something great about waking up, seeing there’s no milk and thinking I’ll just go to the coffee shop. Then, of course, we won’t have a big backyard for a trampoline. It just depends on what you want.”Mr Winter said the shooting schedule for Selling Houses Australia – the 2020 season premieres Wednesday on Foxtel – was “pretty full on as usual”. Host of Selling House Australia Andrew Winter in an upcoming episode out of Queensland.Andrew Winter, the Selling Houses Australia TV show host and real estate guru, hates his home so much that he’s tearing it down and moving into “uncharted territory”.He and his wife Caroline bought a house in Mermaid Beach mid last year for $1.525m before selling their waterfront Sanctuary Cove five-bedroom home for $3.05m in December. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON TWITTER MORE: Sweeping changes for real estate Most people would likely not mind this at all, but to each his own dream home.He was proud of their success helping most families on the show to sell their property, which at about 80 per cent sales.“Forget Love at First Sight, we’re on fire,” he said.He said the Queensland property market had not had the increases of Sydney and Melbourne, but was still “really strong”.“In the last 10 years, you’d be hard pressed to find properties that have doubled. We’ve still got room to grow in SEQ.” *Selling Houses Australia S13 premieres Wednesday, March 25 at 7:30pm QLD / 8:30pm AEDT on Foxtel’s LifeStyle.