Mubadala Health, based in Abu Dhabi, is expanding its activities and moving to Dubai to expand the healthcare offer in the country.
This year, the company will launch the first phase of the project by opening a self-contained day surgery and medical center in Jumeirah.
The announcement was made on the sidelines of Arab Health in collaboration with the Dubai Health Authority and the Ministry of Health and Prevention.
Through this partnership, Mubadala Health will bring doctors and other clinicians from Abu Dhabi to Dubai.
Its network of hospitals in the capital includes the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and the Imperial College London Diabetes Centre, operated in partnership with the eponymous American healthcare network and the British university.
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Jumeirah’s medical office is expected to open in the third quarter of this year. It is expected to serve patients from Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as well as medical tourists from around the world.
“Mubadala Health’s plan will help achieve the common national goals of improving the efficiency and competitiveness of the UAE health sector,” said Abdulrahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention and Minister of Health. State of Affairs of the FNC.
He said the move would cement “the country’s position as a leading destination for innovative healthcare, which will positively impact the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.”
As part of this collaboration, the healthcare entities aim to improve patient services in Abu Dhabi and Dubai by establishing global partnerships with industry leaders.
Awadh Al Ketbi, Managing Director of DHA, said Dubai has always been an attractive market for healthcare investors and the expansion of Mubadala Health in Dubai represents an important addition to the healthcare sector of the country. ’emirate.
The Jumeirah clinic will occupy 11,612 square meters and will offer a wide variety of sought-after specialties delivered by world-class physicians and medical experts.
Services will include gastroenterology, sleep medicine, ear, nose and throat surgery, rehabilitation, neurology, orthopedics and respiratory medicine services, among others.
Updated: January 25, 2022, 11:54 a.m.