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Jordan's Medical Tourism Congress starts this Sunday, March 18th!

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President of the MTA, Renee-Marie Stephano and CEO, Jonathan Edelheit flew out of Florida this morning to go share their expert advice at the International Medical Tourism Wellness & Spa Congress in Dead Sea- Jordan.

This is the second medical tourism conference held by the Private Hospitals Association, also the second that the MTA has collaborated on.

Ms. Stephano will be giving one of the keynote presentations at the start of the event, and later that day Mr. Edelheit will be part of a panel discussion on the topic of global healthcare.

Sunday will also be the day the Jordan Health & Wellness Destination Guide is unveiled to all attendees at the conference. The guide provides a comprehensive list of resources with more than 20 pages of clinical listings and over 60 pages of hotels and attractions.

It was designed with the consumer in mind and compiles all of the options Jordan has to offer for health, wellness and tourism. This will be the second Destination Guide the MTA has released since the program began in 2011. The MTA believes in supporting countries that have the potential and the drive to further this industry!

If you are interested in taking a last minute trip to Jordan, registration is still open.

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