Corporate Executive Officer
Cesar Camacho created the CARE Medical History Bracelet in 2006 with the explicit purpose of provide quality of care, saving lives and to offer continuity of care. This mission is at the core of Cesar’s business and all that he does.
A serial entrepreneur since 22, with experience in marketing, sales and community service. Cesar has been the visionary and culture creator of multiple services and product offerings, ranging from technology and healthcare services, conservation efforts, health care education and improvements in communication.
If not spending time with the CARE Medical History Bracelet’s physician networks, clients or team, Cesar spends time with his lovely family and grandchildren, volunteering his time for organizations such as Mighty Men of God, ACTS retreats, messenger of His Real Presence, Core Prayer Groups and the Knights of Columbus.
Marco Camacho began his career in broadcasting in San Antonio, Texas. He immediately joined the ranks of management and held executive positions with Westinghouse Broadcasting, CBS Radio, Telemundo Television, Cumulus Media and Hispanic Television Network (HTVN) where he served as President and CEO. Marco took HTVN from OTCBB to NASDAQ, ultimately the company achieved a two billion dollar market capitalization. Marco joined CARE Medical History Bracelet in 2007 as President and oversees marketing, branding and operations.
Throughout his career, Marco has received numerous awards and recognition including being named one of the “Top Ten Television General Managers in the United States,” “One of the best General Managers in Radio“ and “One of the Most Influential Hispanics in the United States.”
Sales Team Contacts – Executives
Adam Camacho – Vice President
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Paul Wahls – Sales Support Specialist
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Lea Trinidad – Director of Account Services
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The CARE Medical History Bracelet is now available in:
- Mexico — La Region Laguna: Gomez Palacio, Durango; Ciudad Lerdo, Durango y Torreón, Coahuila de Zaragoza, State of Guanajuato, Mexico and the city of Querétaro, Querétaro Mexico
- Republic of Panama and Colombia
- Africa — Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Côte d’lvoire (Ivory Coast), South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi
- The Republic of Peru
- Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados