Jan 18 2012
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Burjeel Hospital - Abu Dhabi's largest private hospital nearing completion
The Hospital will bring the world's best in clinical & patient care to Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, 18th January 2012: Burjeel Hospital , a world-class medical institution in Abu Dhabi is all set to open its doors in the first quarter of 2012. With many US, UK and Europe educated and trained doctors, a state of the art hospital facility and unmatched standards of patient care, the 202 bed Burjeel Hospital aims to bring a positive paradigm shift in the delivery of private healthcare in Abu Dhabi.
The tertiary care hospital will provide end-to-end comprehensive services in over 30 Specialties and will operate multiple Centers of Clinical Excellence. Many of these clinical services will be provided by leading globally recognised hospitals and institutions. Burjeel Hospital has already tied-up with the Brussels University, an acknowledged leader in research and treatment for Reproductive Science, to offer the latest services in reproductive ailments including IVF. Brussels University will be setting up a special laboratory in Burjeel Hospital to provide comprehensive services in Abu Dhabi. The hospital has also partnered with other institutes of a similar standard from Europe and America to provide the latest treatment and services in areas such as Diabetes, Orthopedics, Cardiovascular and other specialties which can benefit the community. Announcements about these will be made shortly.
With a facility size of almost 700,000 sq. ft., 202 Beds, 31 Day Care Beds, a 14 Bed ICU, 18 Bed Neonatal ICU, 10 Operation Rooms including one state of the art Hybrid, 5 Delivery Suites, 16 Emergency Beds and a 17 Bed Recovery Room the hospital will be the largest private facility in Abu Dhabi.
"We, at the Burjeel Hospital , are pleased to introduce ourselves to the public as a hospital that is committed to provide clinical excellence in all the specialties we offer, the best world standard of care and a facility that is truly luxurious. Burjeel Hospital 's aim is to change how people view health, by not just offering the best in treatment, but inculcating the concept of wellness in their lives." Says Dr. Charles Stanford, CEO, Burjeel Hospital .
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