Work on Dh100 million clinic at DHCC starts

DUBAI - Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) announced that work has started on the construction of a dedicated centre for specialised clinics and labs in line with its commitment to deliver advanced healthcare facilities for the region by 2006.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sat 3 Apr 2004, 9:33 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 11:33 AM

The proprietors of the building, Nashaat Farhan Sahawana and Salem Al Sayegh, have invested Dh100 million into establishing a state-of-the-art facility for physicians and other healthcare professionals seeking to establish their institutions in DHCC.

"We are pleased to participate in this project as DHCC offers attractive and relevant investment opportunity for businessmen and is being created to offer the world's best practices in medicine and healthcare delivery systems, Nashaat Sahawana said. "The facilities to be offered in this centre will allow for healthcare professionals from around the region to set-up their clinics and practice within DHCC. This centre is expected to be complete by the end of this year."

Omar Moawiyah Al Shunnar, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of Dubai Healthcare City said, "The construction of this new centre for specialised clinics and labs reflects our dedication to delivering world-class healthcare facilities for the region.."

Al Shunnar also pointed out that the construction of the facility would be in accordance with the highest architectural standards, to meet the needs of the international medical specialists.

Dubai Healthcare City is the region's first healthcare free zone area that has a unique integrated services system, where state-of-the-art medical services will be provided. DHCC will create a world-class cluster of healthcare professionals and service providers at the heart of Dubai. Any company, medical institution, individual meeting the required quality standards and has interests in the healthcare field can play a role in DHCC.



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