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Dubai Is To Host The World Congress of Cardiology 2012

24-6-2010-2Dubai, has won the bid to host the World Heart Federation’s World Congress of Cardiology that will take place in 2012 for the first time in the Middle East region. The congress takes place once every two years and where all the global healthcare community and cardiologists from all over the world gather to discuss the latest advances in the prevention and control of cardiovascular disease. His Excellency Al Murooshid extended his thanks to Pekka Puska, President of World Heart Federation and highlighted that Dubai is pleased to host such a prestigious conference.

His Excellency Qadhi Saeed Al Murooshid, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority represented the Emirate of Dubai, UAE, at the World Congress of Cardiology which took place in Beijing, China from the 19th of June, 2010. “We are proud to host this congress which will take place for the first time in the UAE and will be attended by over 20,000 delegates from across the world. Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading cases of death globally and I assure you that Dubai will provide all its support to battle this disease both in terms creating awareness and further establishing specialized protocols and centers to tackle this disease,” said Al Murooshid. “Such an esteemed congress provides a platform where international experts can share state-of-the-art knowledge to combat this condition. As the Director General of the Health Authority for the Emirate of Dubai, I would like to mention that we are working at various levels to tackle this condition and the Dubai Heart Centre in Dubai Hospital is one such initiative that provides state-of-the art treatment for our population and the GCC region as well.”

Al Murooshid said that “Over the past few years healthcare in Dubai has seen a tremendous growth and this has been possible because of the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Rule of Dubai who has given significant importance to the health sector in the Dubai strategic plan 2015,” added. “Dubai is aware of the huge impact that hosting this conference will have and that it will greatly contribute to further creating much-needed awareness about heart diseases.”

The DHA supports and promotes healthcare conferences in Dubai as the DHA firmly believes that conferences lead to a multi-disciplinary exchange of knowledge and information and also help formulate strategic alliances which help improve the healthcare sector. “DHA is aware of the importance of hosting such conferences and over the years Dubai has become a hub for international conferences due to its outlook, world-class infrastructure and strategic location in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region,” said Al Murooshid. “This conference in particular is crucial to creating awareness about a disease. He highlighted that the DHA has previously supported all awareness initiatives of the World Heart Federation such as the ‘go red for women campaign’ which is held every year to educate women about the risk of heart attack and heart disease.

Other delegates from the DHA that were present at the conference were Tony Batour Elzoghbi, Director of Governance and Internal Audit, Dr Obaid Al Jassim, Head of Cardiology Section at Dubai Hospital and Vice-President of Emirates Cardiac Society, Dr Nooshin Mohd Bazargani, Cardiologist at Dubai Hospital and Member of Emirates Cardiac Society, Dr Afzal Hussein Yusuf Ali, Cardiologist at Dubai Hospital and Dr Suresh Nair Krishnan, Cardiologist at Dubai Hospital,” he highlighted.

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