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Hospiten unites young students with medical specialists

Posted on 03-07-2018

Hospiten is a founding member of Canarias Masterclass, an initiative of the non-profit association Canary Talent, which puts young people studying 2nd year Baccalaureate in contact with experts from the professional sector in which they are interested to help them see their ideas for their professional future more clearly.

In this case, the hospital group participated in the branch of health care, where three young people from Tenerife and another from Gran Canaria, interested in medicine, enjoyed the experience of sharing a working day with a medical specialist of the specific branch in which they are interested.

Participating in the experience were mentors from Hospiten Rambla, Hospiten Bellevue and Hospiten Sur in Tenerife and from Hospiten Roca in Gran Canaria.

These four young people are among the 50 selected from a total of 600 young people with the best academic records of the Canary Islands. Like the rest of their colleagues, they had the opportunity to learn first-hand about the business reality in the Canary Islands of the branch they are passionate about, and they took the opportunity to draw on the advice and experience of their mentors.

Canarias Masterclass is a project developed by the non-profit association Canary Talent whose aim is to adapt the quality of professionals to the needs of companies in the Canary Islands, and to enhance the talent of young people by equipping them with the necessary tools to achieve a successful career.

Through this type of actions, Hospiten consolidates its commitment to the continuing education of health professionals in order to position itself as an international benchmark for its high quality services, whose ultimate goal is to ensure the well-being of patients and their families and friends, and the motivation of employees.

The Hospiten Group is an international healthcare network committed to providing service of the highest quality, with almost 50 years of experience, which has twenty private medical-hospital centers in Spain, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Jamaica and Panama, and more than one hundred ambulatory, own and associated medical centers under the Clinic Assist brand. The group is chaired by Dr. Pedro Luis Cobiella and attends more than 1,700,000 patients from all over the world every year, and has a staff of more than 5,000 people.