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Dr Trabals’ Healthcare Milestone at UAG
By: UAG School of Medicine
The UAG School of Medicine takes immense pride in celebrating the remarkable achievement of one of its distinguished alumni, Dr. Jorge Martinez Trabal, on the publication of his groundbreaking book, "Puntos Clave."

Dr. Martinez Trabal's journey through the halls of UAG School of Medicine left an indelible mark on his commitment to medicine and healthcare advocacy. As he embarks on this transformative endeavor, we extend our heartfelt congratulations and commend his dedication to addressing critical healthcare issues.
In "Puntos Clave," Dr. Martinez Trabal delves deep into the intricacies of the medical system in Puerto Rico, a subject that has long demanded attention and thoughtful analysis. His work offers a critical examination of the challenges faced by Puerto Rico's healthcare system, underlining the urgent need for reform and innovation.

As a medical educator and seasoned physician, Dr. Martinez Trabal's insights are not only informed but also visionary. His emphasis on intersectoral and interprofessional transformation is timely, offering a fresh perspective on how Puerto Rico can navigate its healthcare landscape. His commitment to driving change within the healthcare sector echoes the core values we impart to our graduates at UAG School of Medicine.
Dr. Martinez Trabal's dedication to improving healthcare in Puerto Rico serves as an inspiration to us all. His book, "Puntos Clave," is more than just a publication; it is a catalyst for meaningful change, a beacon guiding us toward a brighter future for healthcare in Puerto Rico.

We are immensely proud of Dr. Jorge Martinez Trabal's achievements and contributions to the field of medicine. We eagerly anticipate the profound impact "Puntos Clave" will have on shaping the discourse around healthcare reform in Puerto Rico. His work is a testament to the unwavering commitment of our alumni to make a difference in the world.

Congratulations once again to Dr. Jorge Martinez Trabal on this significant milestone. We look forward to witnessing the positive transformations his work will inspire and to the lasting impact it will undoubtedly have on the healthcare community in Puerto Rico and beyond.

The book can be purchased here.
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