Kurron Abroad

Beyond our experience across the United States, many of Kurron's principals benefit from the unique opportunity to work within a variety of healthcare systems all over the world. Aside from assisting these facilities in improving their management practices and expanding their revenue base, our consultants earn an education in their own right: working both domestically and abroad means learning the ways of different healthcare systems and taking these best practices and innovative ideas back to our clients, allowing Kurron to expand its knowledge of leading business practices and improving healthcare world-wide.

Rollover the stars on the map below to learn more about where Kurron has worked abroad.

  • Bermuda

    Bermuda

    In 2008, Kurron was called on by the government of Bermuda to implement a new public healthcare option as outlined in Premier Ewart Brown's election campaign. We helped the government develop a program that allows all the island's seniors access to healthcare, regardless of economic standing. FutureCare is now successfully run by the nation's Ministry of Health.

    Bermuda
  • Mexico

    Mexico

    One of Kurron's principals was brought in to serve as chief executive in a struggling Mexico City hospital. By the time his tenure there was through, the 206-bed American British Medical Center had increased patient capacity, introduced a guest-relations program, and completed a $20 million expansion program.

    Mexico
  • Argentina

    Argentina

    Even while learning the ropes of a new healthcare system as an interim executive at a healthcare facility in Buenos Aires, our principal was quickly able to guide the hospital to a positive bottom line and help secure two acquisitions for the organization.

    Argentina
  • Eastern Europe

    Eastern Europe

    A Kurron principal spent four years overseas with the Healthcare Management Training Program in Central and Eastern Europe. A Kurron principal acted not just as a consultant to the participating facilities, but as a kind of coach to their administrators. The project helped teach managers to identify a key initiative in their own home institutions and then create a business plan to implement those improvements. A Kurron principal taught these techniques to leaders in hospitals, nursing homes, and public-health agencies across Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, and Hungary from 2002 to 2006.

    Eastern Europe