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Flying Nurses International Exhibits at The Medical Tourism Congress

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The Medical Tourism Association is pleased to announce Flying Nurses International as an Exhibitor at the 4th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress held in Chicago, IL on October 25-28th.

Flying Nurses International is a medical travel service that is owned and operated by experienced and professional critical care flight nurses. Each of their RNs has a background in critical care medicine or emergency services and is required to be actively practicing in their field of medicine. They must successfully complete the Flying Nurses International training program of flight physiology geared toward commercial airline travel. Flying Nurses International nurses are licensed in the US, bilingual, travel worldwide and hold an array of medical certifications.

With a RN staff of over 40 located throughout the USA, Flying Nurses try to match a nurse’s unique talents to your unique needs. Their medical services are designed to meet the varying needs of individuals on domestic or international flights.

he 4th World Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Congress is the largest medical tourism event in the world with up to 1,500 attendees and up to 120 exhibitors / sponsors. Network with the leading insurance companies, employers, hospitals, medical tourism facilitators and other key industry players. This year's theme is Patients in Emerging Markets will focus on some of the upcoming largest growth areas of Medical Tourism in Russia, Ukraine, CIS Countries, China, Japan, the Middle East, GCC regions and Africa.

The conference will have a strong focus on attracting buyers of healthcare in these emerging regions.

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