Saudi German Hospital Cairo joins Mayo Clinic Care Network
CAIRO – Mayo Clinic announced Monday that Saudi German Hospital Cairo has joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network.
Saudi German Hospital Cairo is the first health care facility in Egypt to become a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a group of carefully vetted, independent health care systems that have special access to Mayo Clinic’s knowledge and expertise. Saudi German Hospital Cairo doctors will be able to combine their understanding of their patients’ medical needs with Mayo Clinic expertise so patients get exactly the care they need, close to home.
“Joining Mayo Clinic Care Network as the first hospital in Africa reflects our ultimate dedication to provide the best we can to our patients,” said Mohamed Hablas, M.D., CEO of Saudi German Hospital Cairo. “This membership provides us with an access to get better care for more patients in Egypt, Middle East and Africa. I would like to thank Mayo Clinic and my team for this successful collaboration.”
Saudi German Hospital Cairo is the first branch in Egypt of Saudi German Hospitals Group. Saudi German Hospital Cairo has 300 beds and offers medical services in a wide range of specialties, subspecialties and critical care. It provides world-class quality of care, expert physicians and staff, and a patient-centered approach. Saudi German Hospital Cairo is accredited by Joint Commission International, Temos and Accreditation Canada International.
“Mayo Clinic is pleased to collaborate with Saudi German Hospital Cairo to share our knowledge and information,” said David Hayes, M.D., medical director, Mayo Clinic Care Network. “Both organizations understand that collaboration is essential to bringing the best care to patients. We look forward to working closely together.”
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