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Medical Tourism Association Partners with EuroSpaClub International for Wellness Program Expansion

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The Medical Tourism Association and EuroSpaClub International have announced their partnership in execution of several new consumer and employer education projects and initiatives throughout Europe, Russia and CIS for wellness and preventative health. The countries covered under this partnership include Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Montenegro, Russia (Russian Federation), Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Italy, Croatia and Portugal.

West Palm Beach, FL, May 12, 2011 –(– We look forward to working closely with EuroSpaClub International to foster the growth and development of inbound and outbound health and wellness services in these promising regions, said Renée-Marie Stephano, President of the Medical Tourism Association and Editor-in-Chief of Medical Tourism Magazine, Health Tourism Magazine and Healthcare Development Magazine.

Healthcare Prevention and Wellness Programs are essential to effectuate the continuum of care for traveling patients. These services complement the surgical procedures being sought by medical tourism patients and in many cases can provide people with the life style changing tools they need to produce long term positive outcomes for their medical procedures and their lives in general, she added.

Education is a critical component of the relationship between these two organizations. Some of the larger markets for such programs are found in the United States and Western Europe where the concept of wellness is taking a stronger foothold. “We are very excited about partnering with MTA and to continue to educate US consumers and partners on the value of Wellness Tourism programs and proven preventative protocols.

The American public is getting more anxious about the healthcare choices and we are firmly committed to developing new, flexible, cost effective and culturally rewarding wellness experiences for many consumer seeking options, added Alex Romanovich, CMO and co-Founder of EuroSpaClub International.

About the MTA

The Medical Tourism Association (also referred to as Global Healthcare Association and Medical Travel Association) is the first international non-profit trade association for the medical tourism and global healthcare industry made up of the top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical travel facilitators, insurance companies, and other affiliated companies and members with the common goal of promoting the highest level of quality of healthcare to patients in a global environment.

The Association promotes the interests of its healthcare provider and medical tourism facilitator members. The Medical Tourism Association has three tenets: Transparency in Quality and Pricing, Communication and Education.

About EuroSpaClub

EuroSpaClub International is a Wellness and Experiential tourism innovator delivering unique value to consumers through offering traditional and non-traditional rehabilitation, rejuvenation, and recovery programs in top European destinations. EuroSpaClub brings the concept of European Wellness tourism to a US audience. Wellness is not just the absence of disease or illness: it is the pursuit of an optimal state of health. By combining a mixture of traditional and alternative medicine and treatments that have been producing results for centuries, EuroSpaClub extends modern medicine with more life-changing options and opportunities.

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