SGH-Dubai trains with Finnish doctors
Dubai, April 10, 2012
The newly-opened Saudi German Hospital (SGH) – Dubai recently conducted training with a group of specialists from a Finnish organisation to share skills with the hospital's rehabilitation doctors.
The training course conducted with the personnel from the Finnish organisation DBC focused on the treatment of muscles and bones.
The course is one of the most highly-rated specialty courses in the world, and has had a very positive impact in the treatment of bone and muscle disorders, a statement said.
Dr Mohaymen Abdelghany, CEO of the Saudi German Hospital-Dubai, said, "This session is in line with our constant endeavor for excellence and enhancing access to specialized services. We aspire to continuously enhance our standards and provide world class medical services in the region."
"This is a very important course and we are proud to be conducting it in conjunction with one of the world's best specialists in the field of bones and muscles, DBC. This organization has had enormous success around the world in treating these types of disorders. They have conducted over 70 scientific research studies, which shows just how meticulous their work is,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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