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Dedicated professionals.

I am delighted to share my unforgettable experience at Salmaniya Medical Complex's cardiac rehabilitation unit (CRU). It's a blessing to have such a facility and a privilege to be part of the programme they run on a 36-week cycle.

Although there is a space limitation at the facility, it does not limit the courage, professionalism, skills, dedication, enthusiasm and willingness of the staff that run the programme.

They are a group of thoroughbred professionals. Having this kind of calibre around will certainly increase the level of success and more patients can expect to live a better life.

Hats off to the staff at CRU's very able professionals who deserve all the praise, tribute and prayers for the dedicated performance of their duties to serve humanity.

With their skills and techniques they educate the patients to improve quality of life by making adjustments to lifestyle and regular exercise after having a heart attack.

It's a great achievement. I must congratulate the management for providing such a facility and selecting the most committed staff to perform.

I will not hesitate to say that the care being taken at the CRU is comparable with any other country in the world. My best wishes and kindest regards to the staff and management of the unit.

Asif Pasha

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Dec 15, 2009
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