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Dubai All Geared Up To Go The Medical Tourism Way

Dr Ayesha Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer of the Centre for Healthcare Planning and Quality at the Dubai Health Care City (DHCC)said that as all the major healthcare projects near completion, DHCC is all set to become an international hub for medical tourism.

DHCC, a conglomerate of medical teaching institutions, private hospitalsand clinics, pharmaceutical offices and research centres, medical spas and rehabilitation centres is the first healthcare free zone in the region and was conceived with the purpose of creating a regional centre of distinction in medical services, medical education and life sciences research and development in the Middle East.

Source: Khaleej Times

 

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