SKMC partners for healthcare meetings
Abu Dhabi, April 29, 2009
Abu Dhabi-based Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), a leading health care facilities and services provider, will be a strategic partner in an upcoming major regional healthcare expansion meetings.
The second annual Middle East Healthcare Expansion Business Club Meeting (BCM) will be held on May 12 and 13 at the Westin Mina Seyahi in Dubai.
The BCM series will gather the upper-level decision makers within the healthcare industry to discuss the hottest issues of the day and obtain solutions for the latest development and expansion programs.
The event will provide an exclusive, business-driven environment using prescheduled one-to-one business meetings and educational sessions that are strictly limited to medial directors and healthcare specialists.
“Middle East Healthcare Expansion" congress allows only a limited number of solution providers from each country and category to attend,” said Dhanushka Arjuna, head of BCM at Fleming Gulf, organisers of the event.
“We work proactively with solution providers before, during and after the event and that builds a true business-driven environment,” he added.
“Our speakers are recruited from top companies and relevant government departments, and represent the best in the industry. Their contributions and shared experiences bring our clients fresh perspectives and viewpoints on their industry, promoting growth and business development. This event would definitely be one amongst those which cannot be missed.”
SKMC operates under the management of Cleveland Clinic, named among the top hospitals in the USA by US News and World Report.
The healthcare complex, owned by Seha, the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company, is the flagship institution for the public health system in Abu Dhabi and has several 'centres of excellence,' and aspires to practice contemporary medicine comparable to the best hospitals and medical centers in the world.
SKMC consists of a 520-bed Acute Care Hospital and 14 specialized outpatient clinics accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI). In addition, SKMC manages a 120-bed behavior sciences pavilion, an 88-bed rehabilitation center, 9 primary healthcare centers, and two dental centers distributed over the city of Abu Dhabi. – TradeArabia News Service
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