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Official Ground Breaking Ceremony for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Date:1/29/2008

Work begins to build a world-class hospital in Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI, UAE, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala) and Cleveland Clinic marked the official ground breaking ceremony of Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi (CCAD) hospital. Scheduled to welcome its first patients in early 2011, the world-class hospital will be a 360 bed (scalable to 490), multi-specialty facility located on Al Sowa Island, across from the Abu Dhabi Mall.

Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is one of a number of initiatives led by Mubadala Healthcare, the division of Mubadala dedicated to investment in strategic, high value and economically sustainable projects that meaningfully enhance the private healthcare infrastructure of Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates.

The hospital will be a unique and unparalleled extension of the Cleveland Clinic model, providing a spectrum of specialty services that are designed to cater to the healthcare needs of Abu Dhabi and the region. One of the objectives of CCAD is to address the needs of patients currently traveling abroad for treatment.

Like its counterpart in the United States, CCAD will be a physician-led medical facility served by U.S. trained and board certified physicians. It will provide a number of career opportunities, and the medical professionals will receive ongoing training directly from Cleveland Clinic.

CCAD will offer the most advanced tertiary/quaternary medical services in the region through a comprehensive range of specialties and subspecialties. Local and international patients will be cared for in an environment combining excellent amenities and service standards with the highest quality patient care and superior clinical outcomes. The hospital is being designed to take advantage of the latest technologies in surgery, imaging, telemedicine and electronic medical records.

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