Emaar opens Dubai Mall Medical Centre.
The Dubai Mall Medical Centre, a project of the Emaar Healthcare Group, is the largest medical facility in the Middle East.
Emaar Healthcare has partnered with Methodist International, the international arm of US-based premium healthcare provider The Methodist Hospital to develop this impressive medical centre in Dubai.
Internationally qualified doctors and staff have been recruited in order to offer medicine of the highest level.
Omar Al Shunnar, Chief Executive Officer, Emaar Healthcare Group, said: "The Dubai Mall Medical Centre embodies the vision of Emaar Healthcare Group to serve as a true vehicle of change by redefining healthcare delivery in the region. The opening of this premium healthcare facility follows months of elaborate preparation, with medical expertise provided by Methodist International, who brings nearly 100 years of experience including The Methodist Hospital's accolade of being top-ranked in the US for patient satisfaction."
The Dubai Mall Medical Centre offers advanced services in diagnostic imaging with on-site laboratory facilities and fully-equipped procedure suites.
Other on-site clinical services include an onsite pharmacy; advanced paperless patient administration and electronic medical records; modern consulting suites; and a dedicated wellness centre.
"We have recruited a dedicated team of healthcare professionals via a stringent recruitment process, which follows international standards. As part of our partnership, each candidate is reviewed by Methodist International experts before final selections are made. All our staff members have been trained to offer the best-in-class medical service to visitors," Al Shunnar said. (ANI)
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|Date:||Oct 12, 2009|
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