AACS signs deal with Dubai Healthcare City

DUBAI — American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS) has partnered with Dubai Healthcare City to construct Cosmetic Surgery hospital, the hospital will be ready for The World Congress of Liposuction, said Jeffrey Knezovich, executive vice-president, AACS.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Sat 4 Jun 2005, 10:55 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:44 PM

Knezovich, said : "Following the groundbreaking ceremony, construction has begun in full swing on AACS at Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC). Construction of the facility is scheduled to be completed by the middle of next year. The AACS Hospital will include a cosmetic surgery hospital as well as academic facilities that will bring world-class institutions and learning events to Dubai Healthcare City.

Dr Jeehan Qadir, project owner and executive director, AACS Hospital said: "By 2007, most of our operations should be fully on stream. The AACS Hospital will provide all kinds of modern techniques in cosmetic services for our clients in the region. There is big demand for the latest advances in cosmetic surgery that are aimed at improving the lifestyle. This specialised hospital will provide the most comprehensive set of cosmetic surgery services of world class standards. We will bring leading cosmetic surgeons from USA and elsewhere, which will confirm our high vision in providing unique healthcare services for the region from our base in Dubai."

The AACS Hospital will be ready by the time the World Congress of Liposuction will be held in Dubai. We will then be fully able to organise, support and conduct the World Congress. Our facilities here at DHCC will be ready and we would be able to conduct live surgery workshops for the audience and the delegates at the Congress. These live surgery workshops will act as interactive sessions for the world meet, added Dr Qadir. "By moving the World Congress of Liposuction to Middle East we ensured that our regional medical physicians will have more chances for post-graduation and continuous medical education. This will allow new ideas and new medical projects to be born, thus ensuring the attraction of international standards and services comparable to that of similar facilities in the USA and thereby achieving the overall target of Medical Tourism," pointed Dr. Qadir.''


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