New hospital opens doors in Dubai
Dubai, February 28, 2012
The Saudi German Hospital – Dubai has opened its doors to patients with its soft opening phase, covering more than 100,000 sq m, making it one of the largest private hospitals to operate in the Mena region.
The launch of this new facility is in line with the Saudi German Hospitals Group's plan to establish 30 new healthcare facilities and create over 50,000 jobs by 2015, said a statement.
The group also plans to establish five medical colleges by 2020, the statement said.
The hospital said it considered Dubai as a launching pad for a new level of operations since the prestigious destination is a promising market for great investment opportunities.
Sobhi Batterjee, president and CEO of Saudi German Hospitals Group, said: “We have chosen Dubai for our new hospital venture because of its phenomenal achievements in the medical industry and also its impeccable reputation as a prestigious hub attracting some of the world’s best talent.” – TradeArabia News Service
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