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76 medical complaints investigated in Bahrain

Bahrain’s health watchdog has investigated 76 complaints related to medical malpractice since the start of the year. However, National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) complaints chief and professional regulations acting c

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Medical errors in focus at Bahrain forum

Health experts will gather in Bahrain tomorrow (September 16) to develop a scheme that will prevent medical errors and malpractice. The conference, called Second Arab Gulf Forum for Medical Administration - Medical Errors, will be

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Dubai 'can become medical tourism hub of Mideast'

Dubai has all the necessary attributes to become the best and cost-effective medical tourism hub in the Middle East, according to the Canadian Specialist Hospital, a pioneer in the field of medical tourism in the UAE. The emirate

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Dubai 'can become medical tourism hub of Mideast'

Dubai has all the necessary attributes to become the best and cost-effective medical tourism hub in the Middle East, according to the Canadian Specialist Hospital, a pioneer in the field of medical tourism in the UAE. The emirate

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Philips inaugurates medical simulation lab in South Africa

Royal Philips has inaugurated a medical training simulation lab on the University of Johannesburg’s premises, during a stopover of Philips’ fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town roadshow. The project will co

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Philips inaugurates medical simulation lab in South Africa

Royal Philips has inaugurated a medical training simulation lab on the University of Johannesburg’s premises, during a stopover of Philips’ fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town roadshow. The project will co

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Dubai plans to draw 500,000 medical tourists

Dubai plans to attract 500,000 medical tourists by 2020 as part of its drive to become a medical excellence hub in the Middle East region and bring a new stream of visitor revenue to the emirate. In line with this plan, the Dubai

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Bahrain to build $3.5m complex for Syrian refugees

Bahrain will build a $3.5 million medical centre and residential complex for Syrian refugees in Jordan. The project will be constructed in Al Azraq refugee camp - Jordan's second largest camp - and is expected to be completed

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40 tonnes Bahrain medical aid on way for Gaza

A first shipment of 40 tonnes of medicines and medical equipment is expected to leave Bahrain for Gaza within the next 48 hours.   The cargo will include surgical equipment, intravenous fluids, medications and ba

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Arcapita sells US-based medical firm for $450m

Arcapita, a global investment management firm headquartered in Bahrain, said it has signed an agreement to sell its portfolio company CardioMems, a leading medical device company, to US-based St. Jude Medical for $450 million. Hea

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