The health group Ribera has constituted its own foundation in order to “contribute to improving the overall health, quality of life and well-being of people” while “responding to the social commitment of the Ribera group with the current or future population”.
This is stated in the Official State Gazette (BOE)which today publishes the Resolution of March 7 of this same year of the General Directorate of Legal Security and Public Faithfor which the Ribera Salud Foundation in the Registry of Foundations.
The president of the Ribera Foundation is the CEO of the health group, Elisa Tarazonawhich is “very proud” of the corporation’s new project because it will allow “give further impetus to key areas for the present and future of healthcare, such as research, teaching and innovation”.
The president of the “Ribera Salud” Foundation is the CEO of the health group, Elisa Tarazona, and of the five members of the Board of Trustees, four are doctors
Together with her, they form part of the Board of Trustees Alberto de Rosa, executive director of Centene for Europe and adviser to Ribera; Dr. Carlos Catalán, care director of the group; Dr. Javier Palau, currently managing director of the Denia Health Department, which manages the Ribera group; and Dr. Julia Camps, corporate director of the Breast Area. Thus, most of the members of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees are healthcare professionals.
The BOE highlights, among the aims of the Foundation, the will to promote and promote the model of preventive, predictive, participatory, personalized and population medicine of the Ribera health group. “The Foundation tries to promote innovation and build a better future, giving people the necessary tools to improve their quality of life through health management and education,” she says.
In addition, “it is committed to cutting-edge research, including new emerging diseases that can generate pandemics.”
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