Libyan Ministry of Health explores collaboration opportunities with Dubai Healthcare CityMay 29, 2012 - 02:12 -
WAM Dubai, May 29th, 2012 (WAM) -- A high-ranking delegation from the Libyan Ministry of Health visited Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) to raise awareness about the status of the Libyan healthcare sector and engage in dialogue with healthcare institutions in the UAE.
Headed by the Libyan Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Omran Turbi, the delegation comprised Dr. Amal Naagi, the Ministry's Head of Medical Exhibitions, Dr. Ashraf Shembesh, Director of Medical Services, and Dr. Fauzia Tushani, Director of Media Relations.
During their visit, the visiting officials hosted a seminar on �Opportunities in the Libyan Healthcare Sector' to highlight the revolution's impact on healthcare services in the country and underline the requirements that were urgently needed for rebuilding the system.
Dr. Ayesha Abdullah, Managing Director, Science Clusters, Dubai Healthcare City : "DHCC is pleased to support the Libyan Ministry of Health. The seminar served as a strategic platform to increase cooperation between the Libyan Ministry of Health and the healthcare community in Dubai. It also helped to educate healthcare providers and professionals from the UAE and the Gulf region on the healtcare requirements in Libya." Later Dr Ayesha Abdullah led the delegation a tour of the healthcare park and provided a brief outline of the history, vision and achievements of the free zone.