As medical director of Concentra Medical Centers, in Honolulu, Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, attends to a myriad of administrative, medical, and marketing functions. Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, recently traveled to Spain, both for pleasure as well as to observe Occupational Medical Issues.
If you are traveling to Spain for the first time, read about the country so you’ll know where you want to go. As Western Europe’s second-largest country after France, Spain has a lot of ground to cover, making it important to prioritize the attractions you visit.
It is also advisable to be knowledgeable of the distance between cities, as you may instead wind up spending a lot of time traveling instead of enjoying particular locations. If your time in Spain is limited to less than a week, you may want to focus on just one area of the country, instead of trying to rush through a long list of many destinations.
If you are headed for the Spanish Mediterranean resorts during the crowded months of July and August, be sure to make early hotel reservations. Summer can be quite hot, most notably in cities like Madrid, Seville, and Cordoba, which are located inland. If you prefer milder weather, the best months to travel are April, May, June, September, and October.
Dr. Kienitz traveled to New Zealand in December 2015 will be traveling to France in 2016 for similar purposes.
As medical director of Concentra Medical Centers in Honolulu, Hawaii, Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, focuses on the care and prevention of workplace injuries as well as on the treatment of travelers' medical emergencies.