The Medical and Clinical Affairs is comprised of Medical, Allied Health and Administrative staff with a diverse range of clinical and management expertise. With over 2,600 staff on-board, the Medical and Clinical Affairs’ legacy of caring for our patients is reflected in our accomplishments in healthcare, research and education.
In line with the Organization’s strategy, the Medical and Clinical Affairs’ focus has been on strengthening our core competency programs of Organ transplantation, Medical Genetics, Oncology, Cardiovascular Disease and Neurosciences. Our achievements are mainly due to the exceptional unique environment enhanced by our ability to introduce new technologies, our highly qualified multi- national staff, the wealth of clinical material available, in addition to the remarkable clinical laboratory and support service.
In order to sustain patient-centered delivery of care, which sets the foundation in treating disease and illness prevention, the Medical and Clinical Affairs invests extensively in state-of-the art technology and ensures that their role and function is at the forefront. It is through technological innovations such as Telemedicine, Point of Care Testing, Electronic Medical Records and Data Management that our infrastructure is impacted thereby allowing us to continue to achieve the best experience and outcomes.