The Canis Majoris Foundation receives the Medal for Health Merit

The Illustrious  Academy of Health Sciences Ramón y Cajal has awarded the Canis Majoris Foundation the Medal for Health Merit in recognition of its excellent professional trajectory and  notorious prestige in the field of health.

The Illustrious Academy of Sciences Ramón y Cajal, originated with the aim of promoting, developing and recognizing good practices in the field of medicine and well-being. Created under the wings of great professionals, this academy aims to organize, promote, support and nurture scientific and professional events that have a direct or indirect relationship with the professional practice of Health Sciences. It is aimed at professionals of any field as well as non-professional people who are also interested in the subject. In short, to encourage the careers of each professional by giving them awards, diplomas and distinctions that recognize their effort, training and thereby providing further encouragement.

The President of the Academy is the renown Dr. Maria del Carmen Slocker de Arce, Medical Inspector of Madrid Region and Higher Degree in Medical Sophrology. Medical surgeon and specialist in Gynecology and Obstetrics from the Complutense University of Madrid, and as Vice President, with the prestigious Dr. D. Javier López-Ibor, clinical psychologist, forensic neurologist and university professor, currently forming part of the mental health team at the HC Marbella International Hospital.

Among the Academics of Honor are Dr. Leandro Plaza Celemín, former president of the Spanish Heart Foundation and the Spanish Society of Cardiology. Trained in the specialty of Cardiology at the Institute of Cardiology of Mexico and at the St. Joseph Hospital Syracuse in New York, Dr. Francisco Javier Fernández Perianes, Doctor Cum Laude University of Extremadura, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery and Specialist in Ophthalmology, has been Minister of Health of the Government of Extremadura, General Secretary of Social Policy and Family and Managing Director of Insalud Badajoz, Dr. Luis López-Ibor, Director of the Therapeutic  Neuroangiography Unit of the San Carlos Clinical University Hospital and Professor of Resident Doctors and Visitors of the Complutense University of Madrid and Dr. José María Román Santamaría, Doctor of Medicine, Specialist in Gynecology and Obstetrics, he combines his position as Chief-Coordinator of the Breast Pathology Unit of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital with teaching, as a professor at the Complutense University of Madrid.

The medals will be awarded on Thursday, October 25th at 8pm in the Main Assembly Hall of the Ateneo de Madrid, Calle Prado,21, where Dr. Valentín Corcés, member of the Board of the Canis Majoris Foundation will collect this honorable award.

For the Canis Majoris Foundation it is an honor to receive this distinction, we thank the Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences for the recognition of our trajectory and our social commitment. We will continue working in the same way to fulfill our motto of working for the NO difference of the difference, making our commitment a work philosophy.

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