The expansion of Dubai Healthcare City is continuing as proposals for a new hospital - the first in phase two of the development - were published.
Plans for the Clemenceau Medical Centre include the most modern facilities for robotic surgery in any hospital worldwide, as well as 6 ultra-modern operating theaters and a range of traditional in and outpatient facilities.
The new hospital will be operated by the Clemenceau Medical Group, the same organisation who run the Clemenceau Medical Centre in Beirut, Lebanon, which was ranked in the top ten worldwide for medical tourism in 2014.
Badeer Saren Hareb, CEO of the investment sector in Dubai Healthcare City was understandably delighted that the group had chosen the area for its most advanced hospital to date.
“The Center’s achievements resonate with DHCC’s priorities – developing key specialties, attracting trusted international healthcare expertise, and planning for long-term success” he explained in the press release on the issue.
“Steady growth is driving the free zone’s Phase 2 expansion, supporting Dubai’s medical tourism portfolio and increasing the number of sustainable and patient-centric service models.”
The new facility is scheduled to open in early 2018, and will create more opportunities for medical professionals to gain employment in the Emirate state