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The New York Presbyterian Hospital celebrated a medical symposium in the Dominican Republic which covered topics on current medicine with the participation of internationally recognized physicians who shared in a discussion with natives doctors.
The topic of the meeting was “The Future of Medicine,” with the aim to recognize new developments and the best practices in the areas of internal medicine, neurosurgery, otolaryngology and pulmonology.
Drs, Rafael Mendez- Rafael A. Lantigua y Rafael Estevez
The doctors in attendance were Dr. Lourival Baptista Neto (psychiatry), Roger Hartl (neurology), Daniel Kutler (otolaryngology), Daniel M. Libby (pulmonology), and internists, Rafael Lantigua and Paul G. Lee. All conferees received a participation certificate signed by the president of the New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Diana Romero, Jose Prats and Tamara Frankenberg
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, based in New York City, is one of the largest hospitals in the United States and the world, with 6 offices, more than 6,100 doctors, about 20,000 employees, approximately 2,600 beds and nearly 2 million patients a year from more than 100 countries.