Friday, November 16, 2018

Development of healthcare sector takes center stage in GCC countries

According to the recent Alpen Capital report, development of the healthcare sector has taken a center stage in the GCC countries, as they witness an era of demographic transition accompanied by rising prevalence of lifestyle-related diseases.
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EY predicts investment opportunities for GCC health care market by 2025

Six major investment opportunities in the GCC’s health care market in 2016 have been predicted by EY as being areas of high demand and growth in the region.
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EY predicts major investment opportunities for GCC health care market by...

To coincide with the annual Arab Health Exhibition & Congress this week, six major investment opportunities in the GCC’s health care market in 2016 have been predicted by EY as being areas of high demand and growth in the region.
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Burjeel announces opening of new hospital in Muscat

Dr. Shamsheer Vayalil, Founder and Managing Director of VPS Healthcare, Dr. Charles F. Stanford, Senior Director of VPS Healthcare, and Mr. Clancey Po, CEO of Burjeel Hospital, announced the opening of the new Burjeel Hospital in Al Khuwair, Muscat, Oman on 9 November at The Chedi Muscat Hotel.
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Al Madina Investment announces RO72 million healthcare complex

Al Madina Investment SAOG – one of the leading investment companies in Oman announced today a RO72 Million integrated healthcare complex to be constructed in Hail Al Seeb. In a press conference to announce the project, officials from Al Madina Investment unveiled plans to open launch a 225-bed tertiary care hospital, 120 keys three-star hotel apartments, 300 residential apartments, a fitness centre and a dedicated retail space within the premises. The multi-use healthcare complex will be known as Al Madina International Hospital with an anticipated opening in 2018.
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MENA healthcare spending to reach USD 144 billion by 2020

Healthcare spending in the Middle East and North Africa region is on its growth track to reach ~USD 144 billion by 2020, following enormous...
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Better health care for premature babies in Oman

Oman has seen a significant increase in the rate of survival for extremely premature infants, new research indicated. The study, published in the latest issue of the Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal (vol. 15, issue 3), investigated the outcome of infants born at 23 to 26 gestational weeks in Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH).
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Changing dynamics

Oman's healthcare landscape is riding the crest of a qualitative change driven by a plethora of initiatives both in the public and private sectors.
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United for a cause

The third edition of Beat Diabetes Walkathon marked the culmination of a year-long diabetes awareness drives and activities led by the Landmark Group.
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