Emaar Healthcare to hire 200 professionals
Dubai, September 14, 2009
Emaar Healthcare Group, the healthcare subsidiary of Emaar Properties, has commenced a recruitment drive to initially hire about 200 healthcare professionals.
This ongoing recruitment drive is to build the healthcare team for Emaar Healthcare’s flagship project, The Dubai Mall Medical Centre, launching soon, as well as clinics in the Meadows and Arabian Ranches communities opening later this year.
Emaar Healthcare has partnered with Methodist International (MI), the international arm of US-based premier healthcare provider The Methodist Hospital, to deliver world-class healthcare innovations. The Methodist Hospital is recognised as one of the leading hospitals in the United States and is ranked eighth in Fortune’s top 100 companies to work for.
“Healthcare has been one of the pillars of the strong community welfare standards of the UAE, and we are not only bringing in world-class medical expertise but also creating new jobs, which will further strengthen market confidence,” stated Omar Al Shunnar, chief executive officer, Emaar Healthcare Group.
“Over the past months, we have been putting in place the highest international standards for rolling out modern healthcare centres that will meet the requirements of residents in Dubai. The Dubai Mall Medical Centre, located in The Dubai Mall, is the largest out-patient centre in the region, and will not only cater for the community but residents in the surrounding areas too.”
“We are working closely with Emaar Healthcare to bring international best practices to the region and deliver world-class healthcare through the upcoming medical centre and clinics,” added Lynn Schroth, chief executive officer, Methodist International.-TradeArabia News Service
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