Tarazona, CEO of Ribera: “We invested 10 million in Povisa in these two and a half years”

Tarazona, CEO of Ribera: “We invested 10 million in Povisa in these two and a half years”

“COVID demonstrated the multiplier effect of public-private collaboration”
“COVID demonstrated the multiplier effect of public-private collaboration”

Ribera’s CEO, Elisa Tarazona, highlighted the health group’s commitment to the Ribera Povisa hospital, in which “we invested 10 million euros in these two and a half years” . A commitment that “generates progress and enthusiasm” and that translates into equipment, high technology, accessibility, design and, above all, better patient care. Tarazona made these statements during her participation this Tuesday in the “Conversations” cycle of the Círculo de Empresarios de Galicia.

Ribera’s CEO described Galician healthcare as “exceptional, highly professionalised, trained, rigorous and oriented towards innovation and with great quality supervision”. During her meeting with the consultant Andrés Alonso Seisdedos, she addressed the challenges of health and stressed that the sum of public and private assets has “a multiplier effect”, as demonstrated during the pandemic. For this reason, she insisted that it is necessary to work “together and aligned with the same objectives” and with a “short and long-term” vision that guarantees the future of healthcare.

With technology as the engine of cutting-edge medicine that responds to current needs, Tarazona stressed that personalized treatment “is not science fiction, it is already being done.”

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