The future plans for Cyprus as a medical tourism centre

Cyprus was one of the first entrants into the European medical tourism sector, and, at an early stage, the country established a national initiative to promote medical tourism. IMTJ spoke to Polis Peratikos, Executive Secretary of the Cyprus Health Services Promotion Board about the current market situation in Cyprus and future plans for medical tourism…

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Keith Pollard
As Editor in Chief of International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) and a Healthcare Consultant for LaingBuisson, Keith Pollard is one of Europe’s leading experts on private healthcare, medical tourism and cross border healthcare, providing consultancy and research services, and attending and contributing to major conferences across the world on the subject. He has been involved in private healthcare, medical travel and cross border healthcare since the 1990s. His career has embraced the management of private hospitals in the UK, research and feasibility studies for healthcare ventures, the marketing and business development aspects of healthcare and medical travel and publishing, research and consultancy on cross border healthcare.