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Medicare Te Informa

Medicare Te Informa 2018 – Building a stronger Medicare community through Education
Join us for First Coast’s exciting educational event: Medicare Te Informa 2018. This dynamic, face-to-face symposium will be held over two days in Dorado, Puerto Rico, and is open to all members of our provider community. Take advantage of our educational classes, learn from First Coast’s Medicare experts, and talk with representatives from companies offering products and services especially designed for Medicare providers and suppliers.
October 10-11, 20188:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. AST
Embassy Suites Dorado external link
201 Dorado Del Mar Blvd
Dorado, Puerto Rico 00646
Medicare Te Informa 2018 affords exhibitors an opportunity to network with Medicare providers and representatives in several cities, present their products, and reach a large number of potential new customers.
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