New orthopaedic hospital to open in Dubai in March
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, January 31 - 2013 at 01:36
A new hospital is set to open in Dubai, designed to perform up to 2,500 advanced orthopaedic surgeries and joint replacements per year, Gulf News has reported. The new Burjeel Hospital in Dubai will house the first gait analysis lab in the GCC, designed to assess walking disorders for specialised orthopaedic and neuromuscular conditions. The 35-bed project is scheduled to be operational in March.
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