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Dubai moving a step forward in ranking high on medical grounds in Middle East, opens one of the biggest private hospitals

Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and ruler of Dubai got together to inaugurate one of the biggest private hospitals of the region yet.

His Highness stated that he himself is involved in making sure of the progress involved in the health and educational sectors. And for him the focus is that the local residents don’t have to go through the trouble of traveling abroad for any kind of medical problem, and the solution to it is the new 300 bed Saudi German Hospital. And apart from the hospital the government is planning to build a medical tower that will hold at least 200 clinics. With the availability of the ultra modern infrastructure that the hospital will acquire and excellent services provided by doctors from all around the world, Dubai aims at not just helping the local residents but would definitely attract medical tourists from all around the globe.

The government is still further aiming at opening six more specialty centre around the hospital in cooperation with six German universities, from one will be an educational centre for the teaching and training of the doctors and the nurses to work along modern technology. The Saudi German Group of UAE is focusing on investing Dh300 million in the next five years as according to them hospitals are neither affected by recessions or politics and it’s the best way of recruiting professional medical staff. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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