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ASPETAR - Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital Named FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence
Date:4/22/2009

DOHA, Qatar, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- ASPETAR - Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital was officially named as a FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence. Following the strategy implemented with the opening of the first FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence at the Schulthess Clinic in Zurich in May 2005, world football's governing body has proceeded to set a worldwide network of FIFA Medical Centres of Excellence to ensure that players have access to high quality football medicine.

So far, ten football medicine centres have received the official accreditation after an evaluation by the FIFA Medical Committee. This selection is based upon a comprehensive application process to prove their clinical, educational and research expertise, their practical involvement in the care of teams and their active commitment to preventing injuries.

After the recent inauguration of the University Medical Centre Regensburg in March, FIFA Executive Committee member Dr Michel D'Hooghe, Chairman of the FIFA Medical Committee and President of the FIFA Medical Assessment and Research Centre (F-MARC), and Prof. Jiri Dvorak, MD, FIFA Chief Medical Officer and Chairman of F-MARC officially presented Dr Mohammed GA Al Maadheed with the accreditation certificate for ASPETAR.

"ASPETAR is a young institution with global goals and ambitions. We are honoured by this Accreditation and feel that this reflects the strong link between the vision and objectives of ASPETAR and those of FIFA and F-MARC" said Dr Maadheed, Director General of ASPETAR. "The investment in world class facilities, initially supported by an international advisory panel, has ensured that ASPETAR has attracted a multinational staff with vast expertise. This has resulted in an environment second to none for the treatment of football injuries and illness across the continuum of care. Furthermore, we hope that this combination will ensure that ASPETAR significan
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