Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, (AETOSWire): NMC ProVita International Medical Center, the pioneer and leading provider of post-acute care in the Middle East, is sponsoring the 4th Annual MENA Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Congress at the Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai from October 30th to November 2nd.
The Middle East’s main platform for developments in physical medicine and rehabilitation, the Congress aims to improve the quality and effectiveness of the prevention and treatment of common rehabilitation cases with an interdisciplinary approach to rehabilitation.
Dr Ahmad Al Khayer, Medical Director for Rehabilitation Services of NMC ProVita International Medical Center and a Member of the Congress’ Scientific Committee, will be presenting a talk entitled ‘The effect of worldwide ethnic variations on pain experience’.
Dr Al Khayer said, “NMC ProVita specialises in long-term care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation and home health services, and our multidisciplinary team is committed to delivering premium healthcare. We are delighted to be the Congress’ Titanium Sponsor.”
A subsidiary of NMC Healthcare – the UAE’s largest private healthcare provider – NMC ProVita focuses on enhancing patients’ lives, providing patients of all ages with the highest quality healthcare services and a continuum of care. NMC ProVita is a subsidiary of the UAE’s largest private healthcare provider, NMC Healthcare.
About NMC ProVita International Medical Center
NMC ProVita International Medical Center, an asset of the UAE's largest healthcare provider NMC Healthcare, is the pioneer for post-acute care (including long-term care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and home health services) in the UAE. NMC ProVita specialises in the treatment and management of non-acutely ill patients of all ages requiring premium personalised healthcare services in a home-like setting.
Established in 2011, with a total of over 190 beds at designated facilities in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain as well as private units at NMC Royal Hospital Abu Dhabi and Al Zahra Hospital Sharjah, NMC ProVita has a team of specialised physicians, nurses and therapists who focus on improving patients’ quality of life with cutting edge medical solutions and customised treatment programs. NMC ProVita also provides its patients and the local community with skilled nursing, medical, rehabilitation and dialysis services in the comfort of their homes.
ProVita was the first long-term care rehabilitation facility in the region to attain the prestigious Joint Commission International Accreditation in 2013. ProVita has also been awarded the distinguished three-year accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International (CARF) for its patient-centric protocols and its commitment to improving patients’ quality of life.
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