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Cleveland Clinic to bring leaders to share expertise at Arab Health

DUBAI, January 26, 2023

Cleveland Clinic, ranked as the No. 2 hospital in the world by Newsweek, will have physician leaders and healthcare management experts from the UAE, UK, and USA share their vision of healthcare excellence at Arab Health 2023.
For more than 100 years, Cleveland Clinic has been at the forefront of medical innovation and specialised health care. To provide more patients with access to a global network of physicians and specialists, Cleveland Clinic London opened in 2022. It is the first Cleveland Clinic hospital in Europe and the second Cleveland Clinic location in London, following the opening of Cleveland Clinic Portland Place Outpatient Centre in September 2021. 
Abigail Stapleton, Executive Director of International Strategy, who will be attending Arab Health as part of the 19 Cleveland Clinic representatives, says: “Arab Health, as a global forum, is an attractive event to connect with hospitals and healthcare organisations around the world to share knowledge and best practices that elevate the care delivered to patients.”
Multiple disciplines
Another international visitor to Arab Health 2023 is neurologist Nick Losseff MD, FRCP, from Cleveland Clinic London, who provides care to patients in the new state-of-the-art neurorehabilitation unit of the hospital. Dr Losseff says: “As is the case across Cleveland Clinic facilities, our experts from multiple disciplines work as a ‘team of teams’ to provide personalised and comprehensive care, which is delivered in an environment designed for the best possible patient experience and outcomes.” 
Will Rowberry, Chief Commercial Officer of Cleveland Clinic London, who will also attend Arab Health 2023, says: “Cleveland Clinic London is the first UK hospital to use advanced technology such as pharmacy barcoding and robot-powered medicine administration tracking, offering an additional level of safety in the delivery of medicine. Patients and caregivers have access to the most advanced electronic medical records, allowing caregivers to make faster and more effective decisions about patient care, and giving the patient easier access to information about their treatment.”-- TradeArabia News Service


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