Abu Dhabi-based PureHealth inks strategic MoU with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center

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PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

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PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

PureHealth and Sheba Medical Center sign MoU Image credit PureHealth

PureHealth, the UAE-based integrated healthcare platform, has struck a strategic partnership with Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, a globally recognised medical research institution.

The two entities will closely collaborate on joint clinical research projects, promote the use of advanced technology in healthcare, expand genetic research initiatives and boost health tourism in both countries.

The alliance will also focus on education and training. Both parties will jointly organise conferences, workshops, and events, and create clinical specialisation projects and internships.

Building a mutually beneficial partnership

Staff from each institution will also be able to benefit from the exchange of training and knowledge.

Mohamed Al Khaja, UAE Ambassador to Israel said: “It is great to see major players from the UAE and Israel healthcare sector come together to find ways to combine their expertise and work together to improve the health and the lives of the people of both our countries. It is important to find and focus on the real benefits of peace, which improve people’s health, lives and standards of living.”

Amir Hayek, Ambassador of Israel to the UAE emphasised the importance of the collaboration saying: “The MOU signed today between PureHealth, the largest healthcare network in the Middle East and Sheba Medical Center, the largest integrated hospital in the region, represents the spirit of the Abraham Accords, bringing our peoples together for the benefit of the region.”

PureHealth has been focused on advancing the science of longevity

Rashid Al Qubaisi, group chief corporate officer at PureHealth, said: “As the largest healthcare platform in the region, we are proud to work with partners who share the same vision of advancing the healthcare sector and positively impacting people’s health span. Our efforts here are in line with PureHealth’s commitment to advancing the science of longevity and introducing the healthcare of the future from the UAE to the rest of the world.”

“This newly formed cooperation between Pure Health and Sheba Medical Center-Tel Hashomer is another prime example of the strengthening ties between Israel’s healthcare system and the UAE, which underscores the essence of the Abraham Accords. This agreement is of the utmost importance in creating a strategy whereby we will work to share our knowledge in the areas of research, clinical trials, and medical training,” added Yoel Har-Even, director of the International Division and Resource Development at Sheba Medical Center.

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