How technology and regulation are
driving the healthcare sector to new heights
supported by the latest infrastructure, competent medical staff and a
convenient geographic location, Dubai is well on its way to becoming one of the
world’s foremost medical tourism hubs, officials say.
objective is to provide patients with a unique experience and the highest
medical service standards using state-of-the-art technology, accompanied by
highly specialized and educated staff.”
statistics, the UAE’s wider healthcare sector – which is naturally centred on
the main cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi – is on the verge of even stronger
growth. A March 2017 study from MENA Research Partners (MRP), for instance, estimated
that the country’s healthcare sector will grow as much as 60 percent over the
next several years, from $17bn in 2017 to $28bn in 2021.
According to the latest GCC Construction Intelligence report
from BNC Network, the total value of 707 healthcare projects in the GCC
exceeded $60.9bn in January 2018.
– Of that total, 445 projects are hospitals collectively
worth $51.9bn, and 262 – which are primarily clinics or research centres – are
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