上海419论坛,爱上海,上海龙凤419 – Powered by Juliette Alic!
Every year they organize a conference that brings together representatives of the world’s most prestigious medical institutions. Also, every year they nominate and at the end of the conference award the best clinics in as many as 19 categories. This is not the first time, nor is the Bagatin Polyclinic the only one of our clinics and health institutions that has been nominated and has already received world-class awards. Various certificates, quality systems, and especially recognitions are extremely important because it provides proof of concept at the highest level, the trust of clients coming from abroad and positions Croatia as a top destination for health tourism. No matter what we think, Croatia is still not sufficiently positioned on a global level, especially in the context of health tourism, where it is a special trust of patients because it is a “knife”, ie because it is about health services. This year, the Bagatin Polyclinic also opened a clinic in Split, as part of the Diocletian Hotel & Residence. And that is why every success and recognition should be praised and supported, because being the best on the European or world scene (the nomination itself is already a huge success), and especially in health tourism where there is no playing with nominations, is for every praise and step closer to the success of our health. tourism. For the third year in a row, the Bagatin Polyclinic has found itself in the prestigious society of the best polyclinics in the world according to the IMTJ, and this time they have been nominated in two categories. “We have been nominated in several categories in the previous two years, and in 2017 we won awards for the best international clinic for cosmetic surgery and the best marketing initiative. This year they were nominated again in our ‘winning’ categories – for the best international clinic for cosmetic surgery and for the best marketing initiative and we hope that this will again be a winning combination for us. ” stand out from the Bagatin Polyclinic. One of the world’s most prestigious organizations for the promotion of medical tourism is IMTJ – International Medical Travel Journal, an independent organization whose main goal is the protection and satisfaction of patients, which is achieved by maintaining quality services and patient safety. Photo: Polyclinic Bagatin read more
Today, many, many folks (too many, in my book) are plied with psychotropic, mind-altering drugs, of which little is known as to the effects. After all, the bottle states, “Do not drive or operate dangerous equipment while on this medication.” Hmmmm?Vehicles, driven while under the influence/drugs/alcohol, are the most dangerous of all. One never finds out what these drivers were on or were supposed to be on — an unfortunate accident. Alcohol is mentioned if drunk driving is involved. Drugs? Never or seldom mentioned. Texting? Hmmmm?It seems to me that these killers should be checked for what medications are in their bodies and this information should be released to the public for discussion. Of late, the over-prescription of pain meds are a tremendous problem and all kept under the wraps of doctor and patient confidentiality. In my book, it seems, it’s kind of like the fox being in charge of the chicken coop.The huge pharmaceutical industry in this country should be held responsible, in some way, for its indiscretions in pursuit of profits. Where the hell is common sense?Leonard MullerGreenfield Center Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion What? Again? Some stupid individual killed a bunch of folks, in a church no less? What in hell is wrong in this country? These things have happened in the past, but not with the frequency of late.Crimes of passion have been around forever. I guess it’s a very negative part of our human nature. But that usually doesn’t involve wanton, multiple killing of innocents. What is happening? Guns? Drugs? It used to be that folks were taught right from early youth a vast respect for firearms. I was.My friends and classmates were. Dangerous things, these tools of sporting/practice/hunting/self protection and war. It seems today that much of the media portrays guns in a horrific shoot’em up manner. (Of course, in my day, Western shoot-ups were a TV staple.) More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen? read more