Dra. Nancy de la C. Milián Melero
- October 17th, 2016
- in Cuba Week Speakers
Dra. Nancy de la C. Milián Melero is a physician and specialist in General Medicine. Since 2015, she has served as Municipal Director of Health for Old Havana. Prior to that, she was Director of the Polyclinic Dr. Diego Tamayo in Old Havana, where she also practiced as a family physician, and was Officer of Primary Health Care for the Municipal Health Bureau in Old Havana.
Dr. de la C. Milián Melero’s professional experience includes work in geriatrics. She was Director of the Geriatric Rehabilitation Center at Santiago Ramon y Cajal, and was a Specialist in General Medicine at the Geriatric Rehabilitation Center in Old Havana.
She is a member of the Provincial Group of Gerontology and Geriatrics of Havana and the Local Working Group for Cooperation, where she is Project Coordinator of Health and Vulnerable Groups for Old Havana. She is a member of the Cuban Society of Family Medicine and the Cuban Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology.
Dr. de la C. Milián Melero has degrees in Health Management from the National School of Public Health, Human Development, Gender, Health and Population from Havana University, and a Master’s in Public Health and Aging from the Research Center on Aging and Health.