HMC wins Healthcare Innovation Award

 18 Mar 2014 - 4:55


HMC officials receiving the award from the Egyptian Minister of Health Dr Adel Awad and other officials.

DOHA: Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has won the Healthcare Innovation Award during the opening session of the 14th Annual Congress of the Arab Hospitals Federation  in Cairo. It was received by Mohammad Mubarak Al Noimi, Chief of Communication and Staff at the Managing Director’s Office at HMC, and Ali Abdullah Al Khater, Executive Director of HMC’s Corporate Communications Department. 
The award was presented by Egyptian Minister of Health, Dr Adel Awad, Dr Faiqa Saeed Al Saleh, Arab League Assistant Secretary-General for Social Affairs, and Dr Faouzi Adaimi, President of Arab Hospitals Federation. 
The award is reward for work and efforts of HMC, the principal public healthcare provider in Qatar, to meet the healthcare needs of the growing population. 
It also recognises HMC’s endeavours to become the first provider of healthcare services in the Middle East to adopt the Academic Health System, ensuring all services are provided in accordance with the highest international quality standards. 
It is also in recognition of efforts of HMC staff who have contributed to the corporation’s local and regional achievements. 
With the congress being held concurrently with the Council of Arab Health Ministers, the HMC  delegation to the congress also received many Arab Health Ministers at HMC’s stand. The delegation made a brief presentation on HMC’s healthcare activities and capabilities, as well as its pioneering medical and clinical role in Qatar.The Peninsula