Moorfields was presented with the ‘International Eye Clinic of the Year’ award for 2016. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161020/430835 ) The 11th World Health Tourism Congress was held under the patronage of the Government of Dubai, Dubai Health Authority and Dubai Tourism Commercial Marketing. The congress brings together corporate purchasers of healthcare with world-class medical providers, including health authorities and major companies operating in the health tourism industry. Laser Eye ClinicReceiving the award, Mr. David Probert, Chief Executive of Moorfields Eye Hospital, said, “I am delighted to receive this prestigious award on behalf of Moorfields. It is due recognition for the efforts of the entire team that has expanded and developed the hospital’s reach internationally in recent years, through our first branch hospital here in Dubai, and now our new facility in Abu Dhabi.” Since opening in Dubai in 2007, Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai has treated more than 100,000 patients from more than 180 countries, as well as local and regional patients. Moorfields also puts a strong emphasis on research and teaching, which are part of the hospital’s overall mission. About Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai (MEHD) is the first overseas branch of Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the oldest and one of the largest centres for ophthalmic treatment, teaching and research in the world. Located at the Al Razi Medical Complex in Dubai Health Care City, the facility provides day case surgery and outpatient diagnostic and treatment services, for a variety of surgical and non-surgical eye conditions.
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