UAE (United Arab Emirate) sets up first private heart centre:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UAE's first private heart clinic has been opened at the Welcare hospital in Dubai. Permission to build the centre, which was set up at a cost of Dh12.8m ($3.5m) was granted in April by the department of health and medical services. The centre incorporates a Siemens cath lab coroscope with digital filmless technology aimed at cutting diagnosis time.
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