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Al Mafraq Hospital wins Best Sustainable Hospital Project in ME

Al Mafraq Hospital, UAE, was a winner for the Hospital Build Middle East Awards for 2010. It won the Best Sustainable Hospital Project. “We thank the selection committee for their recognition. We are of course, very pleased to have both of our projects, the new Mafraq Hospital and the new Al Ain Hospital, shortlisted for the competition. To then have Mafraq selected as the Best Sustainable Hospital 2-6-2010-1Project is most gratifying. We have worked very hard with our partners Burt Hill and the Project Manager, Allen & Shariff. Special thanks to all on our SEHA team, Bumrungrad International and the Mafraq Hospital Team involved to create a project that would not only provide a world class healing environment focusing on patients but would also be sensitive to our physical and cultural environment.” said Saif Fadhel Al Hameli, Chief, Facilities and Construction for Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC (SEHA) asomment on Al Mafraq Hospital’s win. Judge Little Mathews comments on the winning submission for Best Sustainable Hospital Project: “This design for Al Mafraq Hospital was able to address the current green initiatives within the UAE including issues around water conservation, efficiencies and waste management systems. It has also taken a holistic approach to sustainability, managing it from both an organizational and wider community perspective.”

His Excellency Khalid Al Shaikh Mubarak, CEO of Shared Support Services Sector at the Dubai Health Authority, presented the awards trophies for the Hospital Build Awards on June 1st, 2010 at the Hospital Build Middle East Exhibition & Congress.

The panel of judges for Hospital Build Middle East 2010 Awards included Ted Jacobs, President and Founder of Ted Jacobs Engineering Group from the USA, Malek El Husseini, Business Development Director, GE Healthcare Middle East, Dr Joel Nobel, Founder and President Emeritus, ECRI Institute, and Lisa Little Matthews, International Accreditation Consultant at Accreditation Canada. Also wins the five award categories; Best Physical Environment (Built) – The Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357, Egypt;Best Healing Environment – Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City, KSA; and Best Hospital Building Regulations – Central Board of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions, KSA; Best Hospital Design (Built or Future) are Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, UAE, and Al Maktoum Accident & Emergency (A&E) Hospital, UAE. The panel also examined nominations submitted by healthcare facilities from around the Middle East region, since the healthcare industry is growing, and so needs to be recognized as well as rewarding industry leaders and innovators.

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