NewCity Medical Tower is the pioneer of Innovative Medical Tourism in Tijuana, Baja California, México. It was inaugurated in October of 2020, it’s a tower that is designed to assist patients from all over the world. A one of a kind complex with over 60 different Doctors and Specialists and more than 1.5k employees to assist 1M patients yearly.
Tijuana is a city well known for the multiple experiences that it can offer. From great views, iconic restaurants, cultural events to affordable medical treatments, outstanding hospitality and more. This city is constantly giving us new places to visit, such as their latest opening “The Park” which is located at New City Medical Plaza. The Park is a fusion of top chefs from all over the city gathered in one place with around 14 different restaurants not only will you find excellent food but also tasty drinks and precious views.
We are very proud to announce that we are moving to our brand new Stem Cell Treatment center in August this year, to give our international and local patients a more comprehensive medical treatment in a luxury and stress free environment. With this announcement, we aim to strenghten our leadership in the field of regenerative medicine and medical tourism.
As we (the world) transitions to our new normal San Diego International Airport is getting prepared to handle the increase of passengers, as states ease restrictions and non-essential travel resumes.
The safety and well-being of our patients, network of providers and staff is our top priority. We, at ProgenCell, are taking all the necessary precautions to have the safest transition possible to our new normal. In this process, it is important to let our patients and staff familiarize with the SAFETY PROTOCOLS that we are implementing.
Today, August 23rd, airlines and travelers from all over the world celebrate Cheap Flight Day. The reason behind it, is that airlines lower fares on August 23rd. That’s when the season of summer travel is over and airlines historically, begin to lower their prices in order to maintain a consistent flow of passengers. At ProgenCell,
The fact of the matter is that the primitive bone marrow transplantation practiced on leukemia patients a half-century ago was slow and painful.
Those of us who practice on the forefront of medicine get tired of hearing advice like “Don’t trust any doctor whose treatments aren’t approved by the FDA” from bureaucrats and laymen.
It’s not that we have anything against the FDA – we’re really natural allies in the advancement of medical practice because we give them discoveries that they turn into accepted procedures.